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Texas Well Drillers Can Help You Create a New Well

Has the quality of your well water diminished over time? When you get a brand new well, you expect cold, fresh, crisp water. For people who have older wells, however, it is not uncommon for water quality to be affected as components and pipes start to deteriorate. Some older wells even used components that contained lead that could seep into the water, creating a potential health hazard if it leeches into the water supply.

Test Water Quality Regularly

One thing that all well owners need to do is to take the time to test their water quality on a regular basis. Quality testing will check not only for lead, but other potential health hazards that are common with older wells and certain water sources. Knowing that your drinking water is safe should always be a priority, and proper and regular testing is a great way to do this. It is possible to purchase test kits for home use, but you will find that it may be better to allow a professional to test water quality for you. If lead or other potential toxins are found in your water, it is likely that you will need to have a new well drilled.

Why Texas Well Drillers Are Important

If your well is shown to have toxins or if your well simply is not working quite as effectively as it should, a new well can be the best solution. Finding a new water source and making use of newer and more modern components can help you create a longer lasting source of clean, potable water, and this means hiring a groundwater surveyor before you allow anyone to start drilling. Newer wells are not subject to the same levels of deterioration and are free of lead and other metals that may seep into drinking water over time. Choosing Texas well drillers and top groundwater surveyors to help you install a new well can be a great idea.

Drilling a new well can offer a number of benefits. In addition to safer water, you may be able to find a better overall water source. You will find that a quality team of Texas well drillers will utilize only the best surveyors and equipment to help you find the ideal sources of water on your property and will then help work with you to determine which water source will be the best match for you in terms of both convenience and cost.

Choose the Right Texas Well Drillers

When you are looking to hire groundwater surveyors and Texas well drillers, it is important to be certain that you are making the right choice. This means not only looking for well drillers that is licensed and insured, but choosing one with a great reputation for quality work and customer service. Cost is certainly a factor, but you needn’t overpay. Choosing based on price alone is never the right option, however, and you will be best served to research drillers in your area. When you find one that can do what it takes to find the best water source and to drill the well you need properly, you will know you have made the best choice. Contact American Water Surveyors prior to contacting your well driller at 877-734-7661 or visit our web site www.wefindwater.com.

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August 11, 2011 at 12:39 pm Comments (0)

Texas Well Drillers

Well drillers in Texas are involved in many exciting new technologies that are helping to conserve dwindling water supplies, and American Water Surveyors is right there with them mapping out available water reserves.
Aquifer Storage Recovery (ASR) seems to be the buzzword for the well drilling industry. ASR is an extremely cost effective and environmentally sound practice to conserve the precious commodity that clean, potable water is becoming.
ASR is the storage of water in natural underground cavities during times when water is available, and the recovery of that water during times when it is needed. Sound simple? Maybe so, but the real problem for well drillers in Texas lies in locating suitable underground storage basins. Storage zones range in depths from as shallow as about 200 ft. to as deep as 2700 ft. That is almost the length of nine football fields standing end to end.
Water is stored in these deep underground water-bearing geologic formations or “aquifers” as they are called. These aquifers may be in sand, clay, sandstone, gravel, limestone, dolomite, glacial drift, basalt and other types of geologic settings. These various geologic formations each present unique drilling challenges.
Texas well drillers install the necessary pumps and equipment for the aquifer to receive the stored water. During times of plentiful water supply such as a heavy rain fall season, water is pumped underground into these aquifers. The water that is pumped in becomes the stored water. This stored water displaces the water naturally present in the aquifer, creating a very large bubble around the well. The bubble is usually, but not always, confined by overlying and underlying geologic formations that do not produce water. Storage volumes in these bubbles range from as small as about 13 million gallons in individual ASR wells, to as much as 2.5 billion gallons or more in large ASR well fields.
American Water Surveyors along with their GF 3500 technology is an invaluable resource for well drillers. Locating and mapping suitable aquifer basins ensures that drilling costs are not wasted. American Water Surveyors’ GF 3500 technology defines both the permeability and the depth of aquifers; such estimates can be obtained at an insignificant cost, especially when compared with the cost of drilling in several locations before finding suitable storage sites. Call American Water Surveyors today at 1-877-SEISMO1 (734-7661) or 1-817-788-5716 or email us at info@wefindwater.com to let us help you in your water sourcing needs.

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March 16, 2011 at 1:19 am Comments (0)