Water Well Drilling
Water wells are designed to tap into fresh, natural water deposits found deep below the surface of the ground, providing your home or business with a fresh water supply to enjoy. Once upon a time water wells were dug by hand and reinforced with stone, and the owners would have to manually retrieve the water to be able to use it. Now things are different, advanced digging equipment is used to quickly reach deep into the ground and source fresh water, and electric pumps move the water to the surface and into your home, with the only effort required being you turning the tap on.
Unfortunately, there isn't a natural water spring lying beneath everyone's backyard, so it's important to organize an inspection to source the water and to help find the best place for your new water well to be placed. With every water spring, there is an ideal location to tap into to get the most out of your well, we use special technology and equipment to work out where the water is and where the best place to build your well should be. If placed in the wrong area, you can get a lot of sediment and an unreliable water supply, which is why it is so important to have it placed correctly.
Water wells can be installed for a number of reasons, from residential to even commercial uses, underground water reserves provide the perfect solution for many people. The water can be used for drinking and use throughout your home or redirected to an irrigation system. Sometimes there can also be thermal water springs that can be used for hot water purposes, providing you fresh, warm showers that are tapped directly from the ground. Mooresville Well Drilling has had experience building water wells of all shapes and sizes suited to all kinds of applications, whatever your need is, we can help provide a solution to you.
Once a fresh water supply has been established, then its time to begin drilling out the new water well. Water wells can be as shallow as 20 feet and can reach depths in excess of 1600 feet, so there can be quite a range of depth variation when it comes to installing a well. Using the right drill for the job is important too, if your water well needs to be placed extremely deep in the ground then a high-performance drill is essential to get there as quickly as possible so that further works can be completed.
Permits can sometimes be required depending on the size, depth, and capability of your water well, in order to install the water well you will need to get council approval before any works begin. Applying for permits are a tricky and tiresome job, requiring plans and sign-offs from contractors, we are able to assist you in the process of applying for a water well permit, providing all the necessary and required information and using our business contacts to get the permits applied and approved quickly so that construction can commence. When your permit comes through then we can finally get to work lawfully and create your water well up to code.