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Well Tests Are Valuable – Some Wells Are Not!

Having done hundreds of well tests, I can say that a goodly percentage of wells do not produce the amount of water reported on the well log.  This can be a factor of nature but not to the extent that

Posted in Well Logs, Well Tests

Should A Dry Hole Be Logged & Reported?

YES ABSOLUTELY. For Instance:  In some areas of Huerfano County numerous wells need be drilled to get ‘one’ producing well.  When a person looks into buying property in that county and asks about the well situation, the Realtor may suggest

Posted in Buyer Beware, Dry Holes, Well Logs

What Is A ‘Kitchen Table’ Well Log?

What is a ‘Kitchen Table’ Well Log? . . .The first time I heard that phase, I asked the same thing.  The man replied,  “It’s a log a feller does the next day at breakfast”.  To me this was incomprehensible

Posted in Well Logs

How Important Is A Good Well Log?

Whether a customer wants a bid on a new pump installed or has problems with an old pump, the first thing I would like to see are the records.  Of the ‘well records’, the ‘well log’ is the most important. 

Posted in Well Logs

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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