Whether it is a deep well or a shallow well, the geography surrounding the area, the particular use of the well, it is a complex and difficult process that should only be attempted by licensed professionals with the right equipment and plenty of experience. Here at Triad Drillers, we have over 35 years of experience in drilling wells, new construction water wells, irrigation wells, community wells, 6 and 8-inch wells, cleaning out and redeveloping older wells, and abandonment of older wells.
1. How much room do you need to drill a well?
We will need enough room for our trucks to fit so that we can do the drilling. We have different trucks that can fit different areas. Contact us to see if you have the space needed for drilling a well. .
2. How long does it take to drill a well?
This can vary based on the depth of the well, ground conditions and weather conditions. Most of the time it doesn’t take more than a few days to complete.
3. I’m building a house, when should we drill our well?
We will typically wait until framing is done to drill the well. You can contact us to discuss further details for this and tell us what your needs are.
4. How do you know where to drill?
Our team is trained in surveying the land and finding good places to drill. We do not always hit water on the first time but we try our best.
5. How much does it cost to drill a well?
This varies based on the depth and location of the well. Give us a call today to get a free estimate!