Water Well Drilling & Well Installation
Water Well Drilling can help provide residential and commercial properties the ability to access water needed to survive. Drilling a water well will require specialized tools and equipment that can be used to drill creating a range of shallow or deep wells. This service should be accomplished by professional drilling contractors who understand the methods to accomplish a water well.
Drilling wells will need proper equipment needed to accomplish any size well to ensure the depth is enough to access water. Cable tool drilling machines are often used to cut into the ground. Rotary drilling machines can also be used that has a steel drilling string that is threaded together with steel tubing. Piping is also needed to case the well and are mostly done using steel material or can be accomplished with plastic. Screens will then be placed on the bottom of the well to help purify the water from any unwanted materials and contaminates. A pump will be installed as well to push the water into any plumbing for your property to obtain filtered fresh water.
Water Well Benefits
Water Wells can be very beneficial to install for any commercial or residential properties. Wells can be valuable when surface water is scarce and can provide certain health benefits as well. Using ground water is free and the only cost that is required is to install the well and then if you’d like to install a filtration system. Well water can also be good for you since it’s filtered naturally and doesn’t have chlorine, fluoride, and any other chemicals that’s found in city water. Since you don’t have city water you won’t have to worry about interruptions like a water leak across town or any pips shutting down.
Drilling VS. Other Methods
Drilling wells are used with percussion or rotary machines and accomplished by drilling deep or shallow wells that will offer a lower risk of contamination. Dug wells are usually done by using a shovel or backhoe and is lined with bricks or stones. These kinds of wells are shallow and wide but can get contaminates that will affect the surface water. Then there are driven wells that are done by using a pipe that will be driven down into the ground. Driven wells are deeper than dug wells but can still be affected by contaminates. When deciding what type of well will be more beneficial for your property, contact your local contractor to see what will work for you.
When installing a well onto your residential and commercial property, using a filtration system can be beneficial. Depending on the well you may have contaminants that entire your water well and could be harmful when drinking the water. Using a filter or a purification system can ensure the water will be safe to drink and use. Install a filter to the well itself or attach one indoors where the water will come out. Choosing a filter can depend on how you like your water and the design of your well. Installing a filter can be valuable to your property and should be considered when installing a well and the piping beforehand.