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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)

Tired of Drilling Dry Holes? Call a Water Finding Company Before you Drill

Summary: Drilling test wells in an attempt to locate groundwater can quickly become a costly enterprise, especially when you are constantly coming up with dry holes. If you are tired of wasting money on drilling, American Water Surveyors will help you find water before you begin to dig, saving you both time and money.

When you hire water well drillers to search for an appropriate location to dig for a well, drillers will get paid by the foot, whether they find water or not. As such, blindly drilling in search of water can quickly become an expensive task. Each dry hole that is discovered will cost you money, leading to more grief and frustration. If you are tired of paying for the dry holes being left behind by your water well drillers, American Water Surveyors can help you find water before you drill.

Finding Water Without Drilling Test Wells

If you have ever drilled a dry well, or a well that did not produce enough water to justify the cost, you know how time-consuming and expensive the process of finding water can be. Did you know that there is an alternative way of finding water before beginning to dig?

Have you just conjured up the image of someone with a Y-shaped twig or metal rods held in both hands, walking over the ground where the well water is likely to be found? No, we’re not talking about witchcraft here! American Water Surveyors uses the powers of science and technology to not only find water, but to calculate the depth and yield of the water source discovered. The transmissivity of water can be mapped from the surface, and yield can be estimated in gallons per minute or liters per second. Knowing these details before you dig can save you hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars by avoiding the unnecessary cost procured by dry wells.

The Technology Behind Finding Water

The GF3500 seismoelectric survey instrument can detect electrical signals generated by the passage of seismic impulses through layered rocks, sediments and soils. There are very high signal to noise ratios achieved with this instrument, meaning that productivities are high. Approximately 20 sites can be surveyed by an operator in a day’s work. The depth from which these signals originate are estimated to determine the depth of the groundwater source.

The quality of the water source can also be estimated by studying the relationship between signal bandwidth and amplitude, and aquifer permeability. The GF3500 seismoelectric survey instrument is used in conjunction with a seismic source, which creates a sharp sound pulse. This sound pulse moves through porous and permeable aquifers. The signals gathered using this technology offer further information concerning the depth, thickness and quality of the aquifer, which is used to estimate the likely water yield from a borehole drilled at the survey site.

How American Water Surveyors Can Help You

We are dedicated to being the premier service provider in the water finding industry. We use state-of-the-art technology and the most recent advances in science to locate water and measure groundwater depths and yields. We assist a wide range of people and organizations, including ranchers and farmers, municipalities, homeowners, real estate developers, golf course developers, water well drillers and more. Our company is based in Texas, and our services are highly portable, allowing us to bring our services to you. We’ve completed over 600 ground water surveys across 21 states. If you would like more information or have any questions, call American Water Surveyors today at 1-877-SEISMO1, or 1-877-734-7661. We will find groundwater depth, yield and suitability prior to drilling, so that you never have to deal with drilling dry holes again!

August 29, 2017 at 7:44 pm Comments (0)

What you Need to Know about New Mexico Before you Drill for Water

Summary: By knowing a few key factors about New Mexico, you can increase your changes of a successful well dig on your first attempt.

Over 90 percent of the water supply in Mexico comes from ground water. This ground water is replenished by precipitation, both immediate and historical. Some of the water contained in the underground aquifers is hundreds of years old. Out of the annual precipitation, 97 percent is consumed by plants or evaporates. It is easy to see how water conservation is so important in New Mexico. It is also easy to see how important it is to know exactly where to drill, the first time, in order to get the best functioning well for your area. The cost of drilling a water well increases when you encounter unexpected issues or predicaments. The more knowledge you have before you drill, the more money you will save during the process.

Artisan Aquifers

An artesian aquifer is an aquifer that contains water that is under constant pressure. When you are drilling for a well and tap into one of these aquifers, you create a new opening for the pressure to release. The result is water that rises to the surface quite readily. The water flow on these types of wells are controlled through the structure that is placed over drilled well. These wells are more costly to drill then the traditional water well. If you accidently encounter and artisan aquifer while drilling, you can see a dramatic increase in the overall cost for your well drilling site and completion.

Permits and Licenses

All permits and licenses need to be obtained prior to drilling your underground well. Permits will expire one year after being granted. If your well is not completed during this time frame, you will need to apply for a new permit.   If are you unsure about the area where you will be drilling, you can apply for an exploratory permit. If your drill is successful, you can then apply for a permit to use the well. Each additional permit applied for will increase your overall cost to drill your well.

There are required distances around previous structures that must be adhered to when drilling a new ground water well. It is important to be familiar with these distance requirements before you start the physical process of drilling your well. It is illegal to drill a water well in New Mexico if you are not a licensed well driller. While you are allowed to repair and maintain the pump on your own well, you must hire a licensed well driller to drill and construct the initial structure.

Well Placement

The location of your well is extremely important. You will want a drinking water well to be located in close proximity to your home. An irrigation well should have easy access to your crops and fields. All wells need to be in an area where its access is regularly maintained. There is a delicate balance between finding a good location for your well and drilling a well above a good flowing aquifer. A good well will be a good flowing well with a high yield of water, but still be located within a close distance to its intended area. A successful driller is a drill that finds this type of well on the first attempt.

We help you achieve this type of success by locating the best spot to drill and finding the depth and yield of the water. By knowing where to drill and what to expect, you can have that successfully drilled well on the first attempt. At American Water Surveyors, that is the type of result we love to see. Why spend extra money on unforeseen circumstances? Let us show you the best spot to drill your well, on the first attempt.

August 16, 2017 at 12:54 pm Comments (0)

Three Tips to Avoid Drilling a Dry Well

Summary: Before you plan to drill for a new well, it is wise to conduct a groundwater survey on your property. Rather than potentially drilling a series of dry wells in an attempt to hit water, seismoelectric technology will tell you the depth and yield of the groundwater, before the drillers arrive.

Unless you live in a densely populated area, you may rely upon aquifers, or groundwater, to produce clean, fresh water via wells. The last thing that you want to do if you are drilling a well is to discover too late that the well is dry. There are precautions that you can take in order to avoid drilling a dry well, which will save you valuable time and money. If your only source of clean, fresh drinking water is groundwater, be sure to follow these three tips to avoid drilling in an area that does not produce a large enough water yield.

  1. Find Water Before You Begin Drilling

When you hire water well drillers, they get paid by the foot, whether they find water or not. This is not the ideal situation to be in when digging for a new well, as you can spend hundreds if not thousands of dollars, with little to show for it. Drilling test wells or dry wells is not cost-effective, nor is it the easiest option. If you are planning for a new well, consider conducting a groundwater survey on your property instead. Seismoelectrics is the best technique to find groundwater, for more cost-conscious well users. By comparing the cost of drilling one dry well to the cost of a groundwater survey, you can quickly see which is the most affordable method of finding water.

  1. Know the Depth and Yield of Your Groundwater

Advanced seismoelectric survey instruments allow water well seekers to detect water. The transmissivity of water can be mapped from the surface, and the yield is estimated in gallons per minute or liters per second. Seismic exploration sees the fluids in rock and soil, therefore geology, water tables, and area water well logs are all considered during the groundwater survey. The GF3500 seismoelectric survey instrument is just one tool used during the exploration of groundwater sources. This instrument detects electrical signals, generated by the passage of seismic impulses through layered rocks, sediments and soils. The depth from which the signals originate, as well as the quality of the aquifer, can also be estimated. Today’s highly technological practices of finding groundwater produces much more reliable and credible results.

  1. Only Trust the Best in Water Surveying Technology

In the past, it was believed that the only way to find groundwater was by using a “water witch” or “dowser”, who were basically magicians. Holding a Y-shaped twig or metal rods held in both hands, with one branch facing downwards, the diviner walks over the spot where groundwater is likely to be discovered. If the twig wavers or drops down, the water source is reputed to be below. Rather than relying on magic, the most effective method for locating groundwater supplies before you begin to drill is based in science. Not all water well companies have the same level of expertise. American Water Surveyors is dedicated to being the premier service provider in the water finding industry. We have completed over 600 ground water surveys in 21 states. We use the world’s most cutting-edge technology to measure both groundwater depths and yields. Contact us today to learn more.

August 11, 2017 at 1:30 pm Comments (2)

The Challenges of Drilling for Water in Colorado

Summary: Colorado has its own unique set of challenges when it comes to drilling a water well.

The quest for water has always been a vitally important one. However, drilling for water has its own set of challenges. Thankfully these challenges are easily and effectively resolved through a qualified water finding company if you live in Colorado.

Here is what Colorado residents need to know before they call in the well drillers.

Water is not Unlimited

Colorado’s underground water is supplied by four major aquifers. These aquifers are accessed by drilled wells.  As more and more wells are drilled, the water supply is being used faster than it can be replenished. This dropping underground water level makes it more challenging to locate a constant water supply on the first drill. Drilling multiple wells becomes very costly, time consuming and even dangerous to the underground aquifer. The Denver Basin aquifer, for example, supplies four aquifers, which is a major source of water for South Metro Denver. Each of these aquifers vary in depth and supply. The water in the lowest level of some of the deeper aquifers is estimated to be over 50 million years old.

Conservation Laws are In Effect

The well-known High Plains Aquifer is replenished by precipitation. It is a highly used aquifer that sees a significant water level drop when precipitation levels are low. Conservation methods have been put into place to reduce the damage done to this aquifer. If you have a well that feeds from this aquifer, you may be subject to a reduced water flow during the dry season.

What’s in your Water

When an underground water level drops, different minerals and contaminants are introduced into the water supply. A low water table will have concentrated levels of minerals or even new minerals that are released at lower ground levels. In addition to this, some aquifers are supplied by surface water. A sudden rainfall or water increase above ground will increase contaminates that seep into the ground and into your water supply. Being close to an industrial area, agricultural area or even near to public wells will affect the quality of your water. History also plays a part in your water as previous gas stations or agricultural grounds may still have contaminates that are feeding into your water supply.

Drilling for water in Colorado brings up a unique set of challenges. Not knowing where to drill will cost you time and money. Avoided the hassles by knowing where to drill, before you start. At American Water Surveyors, we specialize in these situations. We use our state-of-the-art equipment, combined with our specialized knowledge to give you specific information on exactly where to drill. Before you drill, talk to us. One call can save you money in avoiding dry well or non-compliant drilling, and will ensure that both your family and future generations have water for the lifetime of your well.

July 24, 2017 at 6:33 pm Comments (0)

Advancements in Water Finding Technology

Summary: A brief history of water finding methods shows that in the past, they have been more about faith and need, rather than science. This article discusses why we have believed some methods that never really provided relevant information.

Water is essential and without it, we cannot sustain life on our planet. It is so essential to life that today’s scientists and space explorers know to look for water before they look for life. In fact, whenever man wanted to expand his horizons beyond where they knew, they begin by searching for water. If it is not obvious above ground, we have searched and drilled below ground, with a fair amount of success. For a thousand years or more, we had no proven method, until our technology caught up.

The main thing about searching for water is that it can be expensive, and time consuming. It can also be damaging to the land to continuously drill and not go deep enough, or to just miss the water, or to have the water be inadequate when it is found. People have always tried to make this process a little bit easier by trying to drill for water where the water is, which means having a pretty good idea of its location breaking the ground.

One of the oldest methods was divining, also known as water witching, or dowsing. That method has always been controversial since it seems to work now and then, but there is no scientific evidence behind it. The skeptic’s explanation is that there is enough water underground for it to work most of the time. Another reasonable explanation is that the muscles in the arms of the diviner become tired especially after carrying the Y-shaped stick in an uncomfortable way. Often, the presence of water can be reasonably assumed by the type of vegetation growing above ground.

What cannot be assumed however, even if the prediction of water turns out to be accurate, is the amount of water underground and how deep the source may be. So without any scientific evidence to support dowsing, and without any specific information on quantity or quality, why do people continue to use it? Because water drilling is costly and it gives a bit of comfort to have at least a best guess before drilling. Fortunately, because it continued to be important, human beings have continued to look for better methods for finding the water, and better technology for bringing it out of the ground.

American Water Surveyors uses one of these methods, designed for the twenty-first century, not the fourteenth. We use computer software, seismoelectric pulses, cables and electrodes, all of which fits nicely on the back of a pickup truck. Get a groundwater survey down before you drill. The equipment sends signals into the ground that return detailed information on the presence of water. More than that, however, the survey can also give details about the amount of water, the speed of the flow and the years that it will last. There is no better way to be sure of finding water before you start to drill.

Call American Water Surveyors and find out about our method of finding water before you call in the drillers. We can save you a lot of money since you won’t drill a dry well, and we give a logical, and scientific explanation for where your water is located.

July 11, 2017 at 1:48 pm Comments (0)

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