Groth Water Wells

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Water Well Services

Complete Well Drilling and Pump Systems Installed and Repaired. Wells Chlorinated, Cleaned, and Low Capacity Wells Drilled Deeper. Tank Repairs and Replacements. Water Testing, Inspections, and Code Repairs. Constant Pressure Systems. Franklin Electric SubDrives and Pentair Water Pentek IntelliDrives. Pressure Tanks and Abandonments.

Well Drilling

Well Service & Repair

Inspections & Testing

Well Abandonment

How Does Water Well Drilling Work

Well drilling involves drilling a hole into the ground to access groundwater that can be used for various purposes such as irrigation, drinking water, and industrial use. Here are some general steps that are typically involved in drilling a water well:

  1. Site selection: The first step in drilling a water well is to select an appropriate location for the well. Factors such as the depth of the groundwater, the geology of the area, and proximity to potential contaminants such as septic systems or chemical storage facilities need to be considered.
  2. Drilling: Once the site has been selected, drilling equipment is brought in to drill the well. A drilling rig is used to bore a hole into the ground, and a drill bit is used to break up the rock and soil.
  3. Well casing: After the well has been drilled, a casing is installed to protect the well from collapse and prevent contaminants from entering the well. The casing is typically made of steel or PVC and is inserted into the hole.
  4. Grouting: Grout is then pumped into the annular space between the casing and the borehole wall to seal the well and prevent groundwater from entering the well from the surrounding soil.
  5. Well development: The well is then developed by pumping water or air into the well to remove any drilling fluids, debris, or sediment that may have accumulated during the drilling process.
  6. Pump installation: Once the well has been developed, a pump is installed to extract the water. The type of pump and the depth of the well will depend on the intended use of the water.
  7. Testing: Finally, the well is tested to ensure that it produces adequate water and is of good quality. Testing typically involves measuring the flow rate, water level, and water quality.

It's important to note that drilling a water well can be a complex process, and regulations and requirements vary depending on the location. Groth Water Wells is a professional, well drilling company that will follow all necessary steps and requirements.