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My Well’s Going Dry, What Are My Options?

Depending on whom you ask your answers will vary with the contractor’s knowledge and capabilities. A contractor who only does pump work will want to install a Cistern to store extra water for times of high demand. A drilling contractor

Posted in Options, Well Going Dry

My Well Is Going Dry, What Do I Do?

Again we are receiving calls from folks that believe their wells are drying up. Upon inspection many of these wells were steel cased to the bottom of the well.  A lot only have  20 ft. of torch perforated steel to

Posted in Dry Wells, Second Opinion, Well Going Dry

My Driller Said We Did Not Hit Water!!

Over the years numerous folks have come to me after having an unsuccessful Well drilled by someone else. It would be easy and profitable to just go drill another Well for them. BUT: In one case near Wetmore, the Driller

Posted in Dry Wells, Second Opinion, Well Going Dry, Well Not Producing

Uncommon Sense: Well Reliability

Most of the wells I have drilled in the valley would be considered lifetime wells.  There are several little known methods used to determine the stability of a water source.  In observance of these principals I had become known as

Posted in Dry Wells, Well Going Dry, Well Logs

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P.O. Box 186
Westcliffe, CO 81252

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