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Oklahoma Well Drillers

During the year 2011, Oklahoma experienced a large increase of inquiries regarding water usage. There was also a substantial increase of licensing for Oklahoma well drillers. This is attributed, somewhat, towards the drought conditions experienced state-wide as water shortages were higher in 2011 than during the 2006 drought. Inquiries ranged from ranch owners to oil and gas producers. Water affects everybody in more ways than we realize. Water is a product that we too often take for granted. Without water, we could not survive.
When an infant is born, 80% of their weight is water. By adulthood, 70% of their volume is this precious fluid. By the time a human feels thirsty; they have lost 1% of their total water.
In 2011, there were 394 licensed installer firms, up by 19 from the previous year and 696 licensed Oklahoma well drillers, up 63 from 2010. There were 2693 water wells and 1846 monitor wells and/or geotechnical borings completed during 2011. The increase in water drilling, combined with the decrease in water supply, brings to fact that in these days, water is more important than ever.
Oklahoma well drillers are a specialized trade. They become licensed in their field to focus on this unique trade. They help to provide the water that we need both for our daily living and in some cases, our employment. To be able to work in this trade, Oklahoma well drillers must become licensed by passing a written exam. They learn to read the landscape to predict where water may be before drilling a well. As you can imagine, drilling a well is not a cheap endeavour, a dry well can be a costly mistake. Predicting the best spot to drill a well has been comprised of educated and calculated guesswork.
If you are having a well drilled, for any reason at all you will want to be able to reach this precious resource for as small a cost as is possible. You want an effective job without tripling your cost. There is a way to do this. American Water Surveyors is a company that uses high tech equipment to accurately predict water from the surface level. In addition to showing the best spot to drill, we can also show you how much water that well will yield in gallons per minute. This eliminates the need for guesswork and will save you thousands of dollars from drilling in the wrong area. Oklahoma well drillers charge for each foot drilled; you will want to ensure that your drilling location is accurate and precise – not an educated guess.
If you are planning on drilling, take the time to give us a call. The combined use of technology along with company experience will be the one choice you will never regret. You can save thousands by accurately mapping your drill location, prior to your drill. Call us before you drill! Know your location and water yield before you start on your site. American Water Surveyors, combined with Oklahoma well drillers, may be the best combination you can hire this year.
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March 24, 2012 at 9:35 am Comments (0)

Oklahoma Well Drillers

Water wells are an important part of everyday life for many people. Even if you don’t necessarily think about your water well on a daily basis, if you live outside of an area with a municipal water supply, the chances are high that you are indeed dependent on a well for your survival. For people who have recently purchased land to build a home or for people whose wells have run dry, finding top quality Oklahoma well drillers is imperative. More than just a great driller, however, you need to find a top quality surveyor.

While it may be embarrassing for a driller to drill a well nearly three thousand feet into the earth and not strike a rich source of water, the bottom line is that they will still receive payment for their work anyway. And truth be told, some drillers don’t care as long as they get their paychecks at the end of the project. This is not true of all drillers, of course, but it certainly helps to highlight the responsibility placed on you as the homeowner and the person making the payments, to ensure that your drillers are going to find water in whatever location they drill.

To help ensure that your Oklahoma well drillers strike a viable and long-term source of water whenever completing your project, it is highly recommended that you solicit the services offered at American Water Surveyors. Using seismology and some of the most modern technology available, water surveyors can find the best locations on your property for drilling water wells and can map them out to help you decide which location is the most practical for your needs. The depths of the aquifers can vary, but you can determine which one will offer the longest lasting water source in both dry and wet seasons so that you get the most for your money in the long run.

Water well drillers can drill through a variety of materials and geologic features, but before you send a company drilling 1500 feet below the earth and into limestone and other rocks, you want to be certain that they will indeed reach the water supply that they are searching for. American Water Surveyors has the equipment, expertise, and experience needed to help you find the very best water sources on your property. A well should last for decades without running dry, and when you have the best aquifers, this can be easy.

Finding a great team for water well drilling is always highly advisable, but it is equally imperative that you find a great team for surveying the underlying geology for the best drilling locations as well. Taking the time to hire a groundwater surveyor to map out your property can save you significant sums of money in the long run, both by ensuring that your drillers find a viable source of water on the first try and by helping to ensure that the well location chosen is one that will provide a reliable source of clean water for many decades to come. Contact American Water Surveyors to find out how we can assist you with your water well drilling at 877-734-7661 or visit our web site www.wefindwater.com.

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May 10, 2011 at 6:50 pm Comments (0)