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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.
Phone: 877-SEISMO1 (734-7661)
Phone: 817-788-5716

March 24, 2012 at 9:35 am Comments (0)

New Mexico Well Drillers

New Mexico well drillers are a valuable resource to go to when in need of a new well and you do not have the wherewithal to do it yourself. However, well drillers are paid by the foot, even if there is no water to be had. The risk of drilling a well without surveying the area is that there might be no water or not enough water. This risk outweighs the cost of hiring groundwater surveyors. It would be a worthwhile investment to hire groundwater surveyors before the well drillers. There is no point in a well that is not worth the money it took to make.

Groundwater surveyors should be the first step before anyone looks for New Mexico well drillers. Their technology is up to date and they can provide information on the depth needed for the well, possible yields and suitability of the water and well. Usually, these surveyors are very mobile, able to commit to the job without the hassle of gathering the right equipment and waiting for its arrival. As the technology is not supremely mobile, do not expect a surveyor to be able to work on foot, without the equipment, away from the vehicle holding the surveillance equipment.

There are very few negative aspects to hiring groundwater surveyors before New Mexico well drillers. A few of those might be the terrain in which the well is desired. If the first three feet of surface soil contains more than 30% rock, the surveyors will not be able to use their equipment and will not be able to locate a well. If there are electrical power lines, overhead or buried, nearby, it will interrupt their equipment’s readings. If the site is inaccessible by truck, they will not be able to work because the equipment cannot get close enough to the site.

However, these are minor problems if one considers the cost of getting a well drilled only to find that it is dry or does not produce enough water. New Mexico well drillers often hire groundwater surveyors before the drilling to help with the process and help the client know that the well will be worthwhile.

The benefits of being able to see into the ground without breaking out the shovels and knowing how much water to expect from that site would cost a fraction of drilling a well. New Mexico well drillers are able to help reduce the cost of well drilling by finding how deep the water flows. Instead of blindly drilling and hoping for water, one can find out how much water to expect from each site surveyed. Again, this cost only a fraction of the costs associated with drilling a well.

Ranchers, farmers, well drillers, municipalities, homeowners on an acreage or otherwise, and golf courses all require the use of water and most, if not all, call on a groundwater surveyor before finding the right New Mexico well driller. The most popular, and best, of these groundwater surveyors can be reached with the following contact information:
American Water Surveyors
Phone: 877-SEISMO1 (734-7661), 817-788-5716

January 2, 2012 at 2:05 pm Comments (0)

Choose Groundwater Surveyors Along With Well Drillers

Whenever you want to have a well installed on your property, finding the best Texas well drillers is certainly important, but believe it or not, this shouldn’t be the only thing you look for. Did you know that water well drillers get paid by how many feet they drill even if they never hit water? This means that you certainly want to tap into the richest and most accessible source on your property whenever you are having a well installed and choosing quality surveyors such as the professionals here at American Water Surveyors can offer you exactly the services you are seeking.

With American Water Surveyors, you can feel confident that the best technology available is being used to help you find the right spot for drilling water wells. They use the best equipment in the industry to help locate and map all of the most suitable areas on your property and will help you find the places that will provide the best permeability and depth so that you have access to great water even during dryer seasons. A quality aquifer may be located as deep as 2700 feet below the ground, and knowing that you are going to hit water for certain can help you save a great deal of money.

The landscape in Texas can also present an array of unique problems for water well drillers. Limestone, dolomite, and other geologic formations may surround aquifers, making them hard to locate and reach without first knowing that they are there. American Water Surveyors can help drillers overcome these obstacles and can help them find the ideal spot for drilling water wells with much greater ease. Knowing that you are drilling in the most optimal available location simply makes sense, both from a financial and physical point of view.

Drilling water wells is critical for many Texas homeowners, as a great deal of the state that does not lie in or near large cities does not offer city water lines. Purchasing a home in a remote location is ideal in terms of privacy and sheer natural Texas beauty, but it also means finding your own supply of fresh, clean water for drinking, bathing, and other everyday activities. When you have top quality water surveyors as well as the best Texas well drillers working at your side, getting everything you need within your budget can be much simpler and easier to accomplish.

The bottom line is this: you need to survey for a quality supply of groundwater before drilling for any water well. It may be easy to find a supply during wet seasons, but you need a supply that will still provide a high quantity of water during dry seasons as well. Drilling a well is a time consuming and expensive task, and you need to be able to feel confident that you have gotten the job done right. With American Water Surveyors, you can trust that the best water sources on your property will be located and mapped so that you can get exactly what you need. Contact American Water Surveyors prior to contacting your well driller at 877-734-7661 or visit our web site www.wefindwater.com.

May 4, 2011 at 1:48 pm Comments (0)

Water Well Drillers

When selling or buying a property, having a properly documented water well report can make all the difference in the world in determining if the sale will be completed. Water well drillers’ logs are extremely important documents to look over before signing on the dotted line.
Water well drillers have a responsibility to make sure the well is drilled within the property confines and to keep an accurate record of all drilling activities. Colleen, from Real Estate & Water Wells, gives some good advice as to what to look for in water wells logs on her website: Real Estate With Water Well Advice. Colleen notes that Water Well Logs are water well construction reports. Basically, the well log should describe the location of the well, original property owners name, construction details and lithology of the completed well.
Colleen says that documentation should be noted of the finished depth of the well, whether the well was constructed with a well screen, the total number of feet of steel casing that was used, and a clear description of the different materials that were drilled through from the beginning to completion.
Other pertinent information on the water well drillers’ log is the date that the well was drilled, the property address, legal description, perhaps a tag number, water well drillers’ company name, the individual(s) driller’s name and the names of the driller(s) assistant(s) where necessary.
Colleen advises that vendors need to be able to provide a water well log before the property is listed, and if a report is not easily obtainable, calling local water well drilling companies might be helpful since most local water well drillers keep excellent records and provide good customer service in matters such as these.
Colleen cites several instances where the information on the logs was the determining factor as to whether the sale was completed or not. For instance, if the logs noted that several dry wells were dug and abandoned, that indicates that there may not be any good underground sources of water on that particular property. Every dry well has to be reported; therefore, it is in the best interest of the property owners not to have dry wells registered against the property.
The state of the art technology of seismoelectrics is the science used by American Water Surveyors to map out the best ground water supplies for the intended use. Our applications assist ranchers/farmers, municipalities, homeowners, real estate developers, golf course developers, water well drillers and any other entity requiring well locating or completion planning. Transmissivity (the rate which groundwater flows horizontally through an aquifer) can be mapped from the surface, and yield can be estimated in gallons per minute or liters per second before hiring the water well driller. Call or email American Water Surveyors today to find out more about our services or to request a quote. Contact us at http://www.wefindwater.com or call us at 1-877-SEISMO1 (734-7661).

April 16, 2011 at 4:23 am Comments (0)