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Water drilling in Kansas – Why you Need a Water Finding Company First

Summary: Here’s why you need to find a water finding company before you start drilling for water in Kansas.

When you are planning to drill a well anywhere, it’s a good idea to plan ahead and actually locate the water before you start drilling for it. It’s a step that, while it may seem like a needless additional cost, can actually save you a good chunk of money—and it can save your yard from looking like you just played the most serious game of whack-a-mole in your life.

How much can you save?

While the cost of drilling your well depends on a number of variables, on average, the cost of drilling a well usually falls between $4,000 and $7,000. That covers materials, machinery, other equipment, and the cost of the pump system. It’s a hefty enough expense, but those costs aren’t static. The cost can be influenced by the characteristics of your property, and they can also be driven up—by a lot—if you have to keep drilling and re-drilling to locate your water source. Further, if you locate a water source that simply isn’t deep enough for your needs, you can find yourself having to endure the process and costs all over again. Using a water finding company the first time around can save you a lot of money—and stress.

But money isn’t everything

The added cost is a pretty significant point, but it isn’t the only risk you are taking if you drill a well without using a water finding company to locate the best possible source of water first. In order for your well to be safe from any possibly leaching of contaminants, its proximity to potential contamination points, like your septic tank, an old septic tank you may not even be aware of, gardens and fertilized fields, neighboring landfills (current or repurposed), and roadways, needs to be factored in.

Kansas has its own region-specific risks and challenges, too.

A water finding company knows how to survey for pre-existing property features that may present a risk to your water quality after you drill and set up your well; however, a water finding company in Kansas will also be able to help you avoid potential geological hazards that are specific to Kansas’s geological landscape.

Kansas is known for some unique geological features—like the chalk monoliths, mineral deposits and old mining sites, and even fossil sites. While these features make Kansas an amazing place to live, they also point to some risk potential when it comes to attempting to blindly drill a well. An experienced water finding company will survey your area and familiarize itself with the geological features of your region, and that can prevent you from attempting to drill a well in an area whose geological features could negatively impact the functionality or healthiness of the well. For instance, a water finding company can ensure you are not attempting to drill a well in an area of the Smoky Hill Chalk Member, which is highly susceptible to erosion. A water finding company can also survey for other geological hazards, like proximity to abandoned mines, or to mineral deposits (like lead) that could negatively impact your water quality—and your safety. And, of course, the can survey to ensure your water drilling project won’t end up unearthing the next great paleontological find.

For more information about the benefits of hiring an experienced water finding company before you start drilling the well for your Kansas home, contact us at American Water Surveyors today.

February 10, 2018 at 12:22 pm Comments (0)

Everything You Wanted to Know About Groundwater (and How to Find It)

Summary: Here’s what you need to know before drilling a groundwater well.

Groundwater is the water that lives just below the surface of the Earth, in spaces between rock formations, and in the soil, sand and rocks that make up the ground in most areas. Unlike surface water, which tends to live in large, uninterrupted bodies such as lakes, rivers and streams, most groundwater exists in small pockets which may not be usable on their own, but when combined together, account for a great deal of our water supply. The notable exceptions are springs and aquifers, which are large openings that accommodate quantities of groundwater.

Though groundwater isn’t very visible, it’s very useful. Groundwater wells are a great water source for homes not connected to municipal water supply. Before digging your groundwater well, here are a few basic facts you should know.

Groundwater and Surface Water are not Mutually Exclusive

Much of the water you see in surface bodies of water, like lakes, rivers and streams, actually comes from groundwater. As rainwater seeps into the rocks and soils and becomes part of the groundwater supply, it continues to move, and will often reach the bed of bodies of surface water, and may get mixed into the flow. It’s important to remember that the relationship between the two exists, as whatever happens to surface water can affect groundwater and vice versa. Maintaining a clean, healthy, unpolluted water supply means exercising caution with both types of water, as eventually, both will likely end up in your drinking water.

Groundwater is an Abundant Resource, but Takes Time to Replenish

Good news if you’re planning on drilling a groundwater well—groundwater makes up the bulk of the water supply in most places. In fact, the volume of surface water in the United States is completely dwarfed by the volume of water that exists just under the surface.

However, groundwater supplies also take longer to replenish. While surface water supplies like lakes and rivers are easily replenished during a major rainfall, catching every drop that comes toward them, water has a longer journey to get the groundwater level. It’s important to consider the sustainability of groundwater in any given location before drilling a well, to ensure it will supply you for years to come.

Finding Groundwater for Your Well

Groundwater wells are built by drilling deep enough into the ground to access an aquifer, a porous rock formation or fracture where an abundance of groundwater has pooled, providing a sustainable source of well water. If a well is not drilled deeply enough, or if the aquifer is too small, it will take too long to replenish, and it won’t be long before the well is dry and a new one must be drilled.

To avoid drilling an unsustainable groundwater well, be sure to connect with American Water Surveyors to assess your land before drilling, and leave the drilling to trusted experts. Having reputable professionals handle every aspect of your well, from determining the location, to drilling and testing the water supply, will ensure your groundwater well keeps providing for years to come.

February 1, 2018 at 1:28 pm Comments (0)

Comparison: Drilling and Paying by the Foot vs Calling the Water Finders First

Summary: Spending money with a water locator can save you significant funds when it comes to drilling. Learn how this cost will help keep money in your pocket.

Ground water wells are an important part of any rural area. Whether the land is for residence, commercial or agriculture, a water supply is needed to provide services and amenities to that property. In most rural areas, this water is supplied through a ground water well. If this property is a new development, then a new well must be dug. The method and cost to drill this well will be determined by the difficulty to drill as well as the type of well that is installed. Drilling costs are quoted by the foot. You will pay a set fee for each foot of ground that is drilled regardless of if the driller strikes water. The goal, of course, is to locate an underground aquifer that will provide a reliable supply of usable water. While the drilling company will gather information prior to drilling, the drilling process itself still comes down to a carefully calculated guess.

How Deep is your Aquifer?

The main factor in the pricing, of course, is the depth of your well before an aquifer is located. While you want your well to be close to your buildings or area of use, you also want it to be drilled in an area that requires the least amount of drilling. This keeps your footage, and therefore your costs, to a minimum. You also need to follow the drilling guidelines of the well location in proximity to current wells, buildings and agricultural areas. This combination of requirements and needs does make locations limited, and finding the best location to drill a very skilled trade. If an aquifer cannot be located, then drilling is restarted at a new site, adding significant additional cost to the well owner.

What Moves your Water?

When an aquifer is located, the well is completed by attaching a pump and lines to continuously bring the water to the surface and supply the property with water. These pumps, lines and supplies will have their own costs. Some aquifers have drastically fluctuating water levels, and this will affect both the quality and quantity of water coming from your well.

Artisan wells are wells that are dug into a highly pressured aquifer. When one of these aquifers is drilled into, the water will flow to the surface without the use of a pump. These wells are more costly to fit as the water pressure must be contained and regulated. Accidently drilling into one of these underground sources will immediately increase the estimated cost of your well.

While it is always proper practice to get a well estimate prior to drilling, the final cost of your well can be significantly higher. The sediment that is drilled though, the location and depth of the aquifer and the setback requirements of the well itself will all determine the cost of the drilling. Once water is reached, the pump used to supply your property will also play a large part into the final well construction costs.

Here’s how to Save on Well Drilling Costs – Find the Water BEFORE you Drill

We locate water before you drill. By locating the water source prior to drilling, we can save you thousands of dollars by showing you where to drill in the right spot, the first time. Drilling a well is a highly calculated task, it makes sense to remove as many of the variables as possible in order to have a successful drill at the cheapest price possible. Does locating water cost money? Yes, it does. But it is much cheaper then drilling surprises after the job has been started. Are you planning on drilling a well? Contact us first. At American Water Surveyors, we can save you thousands of dollars, money that can go back towards your home, your company and your businesses.

January 6, 2018 at 9:21 am Comments (0)

Private Well Owners: Why You Need to Find the Water Before You Dig a New Well

Summary: Locating a good well site location is much more affordable and reliable than it has been in the past. Due to advancements in technology, water witching and drilling dry test wells will soon become a thing of the past. American Water Surveyors will find a good well site location, faster than you thought possible.

Do you live in an area that requires you to have a well in order to access clean drinking water? A large number of people rely on wells to access clean water, as only big cities and densely populated areas have piped water. What a lot of people don’t know is the best way to find a water source, before digging a new well. Rather than blindly attempting to find water, American Water Surveyors will show you how to find a good well site location.

Ineffective Groundwater Location Methods

When it comes to locating a good well site location, there are many individuals who will try to sell you on a method that is not particularly effective. More often than not, people assume that drilling test wells is the best way to go about finding a good spot. Unfortunately, blindly drilling test wells can quickly become an expensive and time-consuming feat. Although in most cases drilling is effective, it often ends up being a costly exploration method. In order to avoid the unnecessary expense of drilling without first locating a source of water, there are others who may try to convince you to hire a “water witch.”

Water witching is probably the only form of magic still believed in by a large proportion of the adult population. You’ve likely seen or read about these water witches or “dowsers,” as they were traditionally used to locate groundwater. These individuals hold a Y-shaped twig or metal rods in both hands, with a single branch or rod facing outwards. The diviner walks over the ground where the well water is most likely to be found, and if the twig or rod suddenly wavers or drops down, the water source is reputed to be below. Unfortunately, these people are simply “magicians” who want you to believe that they have the divine powers of determining where to drill for water.

Finding Water Before You Dig a Well

Fortunately, science has come a long way and can now provide you with a third option for finding groundwater, which is much more reliable and affordable than the methods of the past. American Water Surveyors uses the world’s leading-edge technology to measure groundwater depths and yields. Our methods are based upon physics, not magic. Advanced seismoelectric survey instruments allow us to detect water, as well as the depth and its anticipated yield, without drilling a test well. Geology, water tables, and area water well logs are all considered when mapping out potential groundwater sources.

Seismic exploration can actually see the fluids in rock and soil, drastically reducing the need to drill test wells as an exploration method. The transmissivity of water can be mapped from the surface, and yield can be estimated in gallons per minute or liters per second.

Best of all, the portability of the equipment we use for finding water allows us to travel anywhere in the United States to help our clients with their Texas well water, Oklahoma water wells, well drilling in New Mexico, or their private wells in Colorado.

Call American Water Surveyors today at 1-877-SEISMO1 (734-7661) to obtain a very affordable quote for our services. By comparing the cost of one dry test well to the cost of our services, you will see how affordable finding a good well site location can be!

January 3, 2018 at 7:06 pm Comments (0)

The Easy Way Farmers Save Money By Avoiding Dry Wells

Summary: Dry wells are expensive, time-consuming and, most importantly, useless. Here’s how many farmers are avoiding digging dry wells.

Many farmers have their own story about dry wells. The stories all vary, but there is a core that remains to every single instance: the effort and the cost of digging that well, only to have its yield underperform, is frustrating and ultimately a waste. For years, digging dry wells was simply part of finding water when you are too far from the municipal water supply. Barring trucked in, expensive water, it remained the most cost-effective means of finding a consistent supply of water.

While digging dry wells remains a frustrating experience, it actually can be easily avoided thanks to the technology and expertise of water surveyors. Equipped with machines that can find water before digging, water surveyors can help speed up the well-digging process and find better yields, saving farmers time and money when looking for well water.

Water surveyors often operate separately from well-digging firms, helping those companies find the perfect spot to dig and leaving the literal heavy lifting to them. By focusing on finding water rather than digging the wells, water surveyors can fine-tune their expertise, and that all starts with understanding the technology behind modern water finding: the GF3500.

The GF3500 is American Water Surveyors high-tech water-finding technology, developed specifically to help discover water that is hidden beneath the surface of the earth. The device sends electronic pulses deep into the ground, pulsing through layers of rock and sediment to find water. When it does find water, the device held by the water surveyor measures the amount of water, how deep underground the water is and estimates the potential yield. The device is portable and incredibly durable, making it even easier to use in environments far away from the comforts of urban living.

While the device itself relies on complex seismoelectric systems to analyze the signals sent underground, the ultimate result is a more efficient way to find water. By cutting out the usual method of finding water, which is to make an educated guess and dig to see if the hypothesis was true, the GF3500 helps well diggers build wells with confidence.

Ultimately, using professional water surveyors yields three important benefits:

-Faster well building: By cutting out experimental digging and digging less overall, wells built with water surveyors can be built faster.

-Less cost: Less digging means less labor. Less labor means an overall less expensive process.

-Better yields: Since the water-finding technology can measure possible yields, the wells are more likely to last longer and provide more consistent water supplies.

American Water Surveyors uses the GF3500 as their exclusive, proprietary water-finding technology, which helps cut costs, save time and create more dependable wells for farmers and anyone living or working too far from the municipal water supply. Unlike other water surveying styles, which often rely on a guess-and-dig approach, our water surveyors use state-of-the-art equipment to find well water, so farmers can enjoy better wells and higher yields in less time, and for less money. Learn more by visiting us online today.

December 9, 2017 at 3:39 pm Comments (0)

Three Great Reasons to Call a Water Finding Company before You Call the Well Drillers in New Mexico

Summary: Looking to drill a well in New Mexico? Here is why you should call a water finding company first.

If you’re building a new home or other development in New Mexico outside of county limits where you would have been entitled to piped water, you will have to drill a well. Odds are you’ve already begun looking into the process of having a well drilled, and may have even identified a well drilling company that you’re planning on calling for the job.

But there’s another step you should be taking before you call the well driller: calling a water finding company. Even the best well drillers only specialize in drilling wells, not necessarily in finding the best locations to do so. This is especially important in New Mexico, where water levels can sometimes be low, and finding a sustainable well location can be a bit more of a challenge than it is in other locations. Water finders specialize in analyzing water depth and can recommend the best locations for deep, long-lasting wells.

Here are three great reasons to call a water finding company before you call a well driller.

Finding the Greatest Depth

A water finding expert will not only find where water is located below the surface of your property, but also has the tools, technology and expertise to determine depth. This is very important because a shallow well won’t last as long as a deep well. A deep well is also drawing water from further below the surface, which may improve purity as it is less likely to contain leeched surface chemicals and runoff. A water finding company will find the best location for your well—not just one that will work—resulting in a longer serving and more sustainable well.

Saving You Money

Having a deeper well isn’t just about convenience and sustainability, it’s also about value and cost savings. If you’re having to drill a new well every few years, you’re going to be spending an awful lot of money for the duration of time you live on or use that property. Hiring a water finding company may seem like an additional expense at first, but ultimately it is a great investment that will save you money in the long run. The cost of hiring a water finding company once will be a lot less than hiring a well drilling company every few years to provide you with a whole new well. It’s a front loaded expense that is more than worth it.

Getting the Best Use of Your Property

If you drill your well in a shallow spot and have to drill a whole new one every few years, you’re not only wasting your money, but your property space as well. Why waste your land on multiple well sites that are difficult to close up and reclaim when you can use that space for enjoyment, farming, gardening or whatever else you’d like to designate it for? Out-of-commission well sites are a waste of perfectly good land that you paid for. A water finding company will help you find the best location for your well so that your property serves you in a more productive way.

Don’t drill a well in New Mexico unless you have called a water finding company. American Water Surveyors finds water and can estimate its depth and yield by using seismic equipment. Before you drill, call us today.

November 10, 2017 at 1:53 pm Comments (0)

Here’s How to Avoid Drilling a Dry Well in Texas

Summary: Drilling a dry well in Texas is a waste of time and money. Here are tips on how to avoid such a disaster.

Dry wells, and recently dug wells that do not have water or have unexpectedly stopped producing water, are terribly frustrating. Not only does digging that well take time but, when it dries up, all the money and effort feels like it was for nothing; and truthfully, it feels that way because it was a waste. Luckily, there are a few things you can do to avoid drilling a dry well in Texas. Here are a few such tips that can help you save time and money, and help you get a reliable water source for years to come.

  1. Learn Where the Water is Underground

This may seem like a no-brainer, but drilling for a proper well is much easier when you know the location of the water hidden underground. Finding this information can actually be a lot more complicated. Finding water is more than simply digging into the ground and hoping to hit water. It often takes scanning and surveying equipment to make the proper, educated guesses.

The guess-and-check method of finding water is one of the reasons why traditional well diggers charge by the foot rather than charging on whether or not they find water. They are often equipped with the proper equipment to make a working well structure, but rarely are properly equipped with the technology and experience to ensure those wells actually produce water.

  1. Understand What’s Beneath Your Feet

The right surveying equipment, accompanied by the latest in seismoelectric survey technology, can change the uncertainty of well digging into an almost guarantee. Water surveyors can actually measure the distance down and potential yield of a hidden underground water source with incredible certainty.

Seismoelectric surveying equipment, like the GF3500 used by American Water Surveyors, has an incredible ability to read what is hidden beneath our feet. By sending out vibrations through the ground, it can provide an accurate picture of the earth below, especially as it relates to underground water sources. These results are crucial in the efficient digging of wells, helping you spend less on unnecessary digging.

  1. Hire Qualified Water Surveyors in Texas

One of the last steps in well digging is the hiring of qualified, experienced well diggers who also use the latest technology to improve water locating. Without the right water surveying company, well diggers are often left to guess-and-check, which results in lost time and money on unnecessary digging and refilling. Fortunately, water surveyors help turn guesses into certainties. By hiring them, you can help control costs and have a well that has the depth, flow and longevity you need.

When it comes to drilling dry wells in Texas, the best course of action is to call in a professional water surveying company. Armed with the latest technology and the right expertise, they are able to pinpoint exactly where reliable sources of water hidden underground. That way, you will spend far less time and money drilling for dry wells and have a well that provides a reliable, consistent water supply for years to come.

Don’t take chances on drilling a dry well in Texas. Contact American Water Surveyors before you call the well drillers, and know exactly where the water is hiding.

November 1, 2017 at 9:20 am Comment (1)

Why Well Drilling Companies Love Water Finding Companies

Summary: Well drilling companies love water finding companies for many different reasons. Here are just a few.

In the well-creating industry, there are two separate yet equally importance groups: the well drilling companies, who drill down for the water, and the water finding companies, who discover where the water is hiding.

These two groups can work together to give home owners and businesses the water they need to live and be successful. But, as with many things, they couldn’t exist without each other. Well drilling companies, rather than find the water on their own, love turning to water finding companies for a few different reasons, here are just a few.

  1. Drilling in the Right Spot

There was a time when finding water underground required a lot of test drills: low-cost and quick drills into the ground to see if there is water. It was a tiresome, repetitive and inefficient way to find water but, today, the technology has gotten a lot better and water finding companies have that technology, and the skills to put it to good use.

Rather than stick to the old ways, well drilling companies are increasingly turning to professional water finding companies to do the hard work of finding water. Then, when a reliable source has been found, the drilling can commence. Thanks to the partnership between these two companies, there is less drilling and, therefore, a more efficient means of drilling wells.

  1. Lower Costs

While the relationship between water finding companies and well drilling companies is mutually beneficial for a number of reasons, the biggest reason is probably cost. With a more efficient means of finding the water, well drilling companies can spend less time, and less money, trying to find water and more time doing what they do best: drilling wells.

Diversification is an important aspect of any business, but well drilling companies have discovered that hiring water finding companies makes their businesses more efficient and less costly. The result is they can do more work and broaden their drilling company into other areas, all thanks to efficient water finding companies.

  1. Happier Clients

Well drilling companies also experience much happier clients when they use a quality water finding company. The reason for the happier clients is threefold. First, the cost-saving measures in place discussed above. Next, the extra efficiency brought about by the water finding technology. But third, and most importantly, water finding companies have the ability to discover more consistent, more reliable well sources thanks to their expertise.

An improved final product, one that lasts and provides a consistent draw, leads to happy clients – and happy clients are returning clients.

The relationship between water finding companies and well drilling companies is mutually beneficial. Each can focus on what they do best while growing their businesses and gaining more clients, all while saving money and offering a superior product. If you are in need of water finding, contact American Water Surveyors. Our high-tech water finding equipment and decades of expertise will ensure your drill finding company finds consistent water supplies while saving money and offering quality end results.

October 13, 2017 at 10:26 am Comments (0)

The Private Well Owner’s Guide to Finding Water Before You Call the Well Drillers

Summary: Finding groundwater sources does not have to be a costly and time-consuming process. By harnessing the power of physics, American Water Surveyors can conduct a groundwater survey on your property, before you call the well drillers. By doing so, you can avoid paying for dry wells, and will know the approximate depth and yield of your new private well.

If you live outside of the city, chances are you rely on aquifers, or groundwater, to access fresh, clean water. Before you consider calling water well drillers, it is a good idea to conduct a groundwater survey first. Not only will this save you time, but conducting a groundwater survey can save you a considerable amount of money. Water well drillers get paid by the foot, whether they find water or not. At American Water Surveyors, our water finding services cost far less than repeatedly drilling test wells.

How to Find Water Without Drilling

When you consider finding water without drilling test wells, what comes to mind? Are you picturing someone wandering around your property, holding a Y-shaped twig or a pair of metal rods? Water witching is probably the only form of magic still believed in by a large proportion of today’s adult population in the West. A “water witch” is simply a magician, claiming to have the divine powers of determining where to drill at a particular location. Skeptics have largely discounted non-scientific methods of finding water, as today’s highly technological practices produce much more reliable and credible results. At American Water Surveyors, we believe the only effective method for locating groundwater supplies in advance of the drilling is based upon physics, not magic. The science behind seismoelectrics allows us to find groundwater, without magic and without drilling holes all across your land.

Understanding Seismoelectrics Technology

Seismoelectrics allows American Water Surveyors to locate groundwater, without drilling costly test wells. This method of locating fresh, clean water is much more dependable than any technique that came before, and also does more than simply locating water sources. The GF3500 seismoelectric survey instrument detects electrical signals generated by the passage of seismic impulses through layered rocks, sediments and soils. The depths from which these signals originated can also be estimated with this technology. When the GF3500 seismoelectric survey instrument is used in conjunction with a seismic source, our teams can determine the quality of seismoelectric data by studying such factors as power line noise field strength, source coupling and receiver coupling. All of our equipment is portable, allowing us to travel across the country for our clients. Geology, water tables and area water well logs are all considered during the groundwater survey. What does all of this mean? By conducting a groundwater survey, you will do much more than simply locate the groundwater sources on your property. Utilizing seismoelectrics technology, we will map the transmissivity of water from the surface and estimate its yield in gallons per minute or liters per second.

Begin Your Own Groundwater Survey Today!

You and your family deserve access to safe, clean drinking water, without breaking the bank. Before calling the well drillers, allow American Water Surveyors to find that water for you. Knowing the depth, yield and suitability of your groundwater sources will save you valuable time and money, while providing you and your family with the information that you need to begin the drilling process. We will come to you, regardless of where in the United States you live. To get started, fill out our online form, call us at 1-877-SEISMO1 (734-7661), or email us at info@wefindwater.com today!

October 2, 2017 at 2:55 pm Comments (0)

The Real Reasons Why You Should Call a Water Finding Company in Kansas

Summary: Drilling for wells is complicated and expensive, unless you work with a professional water finding company. Here’s how they can save you money and help you get the water you need.

Kansas is a beautiful state with plenty of open land. As people start to move further into rural areas, many are faced with needing to find a well for their water needs. While well-finding has become easier over the years and decades, it still takes time, effort and expertise to find an ideal underground water source. That is why you will need a professional water finding company to help you find the right location for your will in Kansas.

Here are just a few reasons why you should consider a professional water finding company before you drill a well in Kansas.

  1. Time

The latest well finding technology is truly amazing. Using sound-waves that pulsate deep into the ground, the tech can find water below layers of rock and dirt, and assess its potential for being a reliable well, without even digging into the ground. Modern water surveying is non-invasive and incredibly accurate, helping you find the right water source much, much faster than the traditional digging method. Since time is usually a top priority in finding a reliable well, it is always a better bet to go with a professional water finding company.

  1. Money

Saving time goes beyond convenience. The latest water finding technology also helps you save money. Less digging and more concrete water source detection means less labor costs overall, and those savings are put right back in your pocket. Basically, well creation can be an expensive endeavor, which is why it is important to mitigate costs wherever you can. Luckily, saving money on water finding is also the most efficient and effective means of finding a reliable well source, and since they can find more reliable sources faster, you will likely need to drill for a new well less often, saving you money now and down the road.

  1. Quality

Well quality is extremely important in well finding. Not only does the source need to provide for years to come, it needs to be a consistent source of water that meets you needs now and into the future. Finally, it needs to be of a certain quality to ensure safety for you and your family. Professional water finding companies can help you track down a source that is long-lasting, consistent and safe, and recommend ways to ensure your well lasts for as long as possible. Without professional consultation, your well could dry up, give inconsistent supplies of water, or end up being harmful. That is why you need to put the water coming into your homes in the hands of professionals.

Finding water for a well in Kansas can be expensive but there are ways to help control the costs. Calling in the professionals is one of the best ways to start finding your next well. Armed with the latest technology and trained to find reliable sources of water before breaking ground, professional water finding companies are the safest, fastest, and most affordable way to find a place to dig a well in Kansas. American Water Surveyors is that company. In business for over 10 years with an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, we can help. Call us 877-734-7661 ext 1.

September 14, 2017 at 4:41 pm Comments (0)

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