- New well drilling
- Public supply systems
- Pressure cementing
- Well plugging
- Air hammer drilling
- Mud rotary drilling
- No Spill Drill options
- Irrigation wells
- Industrial wells
- Geo-logging wells
- Cathodic protection
- Air rotary Drilling
- Groundwater availability studies
There are several steps that we take to drill your new well. First, we need to get some information from you about what you want, where you want it, and type of well system you want built. One quick way to get started is to have you fill out this form.
Once we have some general information about you and your needs, we will assign you to one of our project managers. The project manager will contact you to start the process. Typically, this involves an initial site visit. After the PM gathers all the information, they will design the water system and present you with a proposal. If you accept the proposal, then the PM will manage the job through all steps of construction. This way, you will always have one person that you can contact if you have questions or concerns.
The project manager is going to look at any data on neighboring wells. Here is one of the tools we use. It is the State of Texas website that shows most of the recent water well drilling reports. Feel free to look around, its public information. Click on the picture below.
The PM is also going to look at all the options we have in completing the well. Here are some of the things he will consider.
- Well head completion options
- Mud control and site protection needs
- Well head location and cementing requirements
- Borehole completion methods and casing options
Want to learn more? Watch us drill a well.