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There’s a lot that goes into drilling a well,

and it can be a complex process.

It’s important to consult with a professional before you start drilling. Read on to learn more!

Winterizing Your Well Pump

Winterizing Your Well Pump

Water doesn't just become hard when it freezes. It also expands as its molecules arrange themselves into crystalline structures. That is why water increases in volume by approximately 9% when it freezes. PVC, copper, iron, steel – if pipes or plumbing components are...

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The Importance of Deep Well Pump Maintenance

The Importance of Deep Well Pump Maintenance

When it is designated as "deep," a well pump draws water from a depth of about 25 feet or more. The importance of deep well pump maintenance is therefore self-evident: When that mechanical device fails to function, the water required by your home, business or farm...

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When to Have Your Water Inspected and What to Expect

When to Have Your Water Inspected and What to Expect

Having a personal well is the best way to ensure you also have a plentiful source of quality water. If you ask anyone who lives in one of the 23 million households which currently rely on private wells, they'll tell you the freedom and comfort which can only come from...

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Process and Benefits of Our Water Well Abandonment Services

Process and Benefits of Our Water Well Abandonment Services

When you sell or transfer a home or farm in Minnesota, you are required by statute to disclose the number and status of all water wells on the property. A well's status may be “in use,” “not in use” or “sealed.” When a well's status is "not in use," that means it is...

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Why Geothermal Drilling Is So Effective

Why Geothermal Drilling Is So Effective

Geothermal drilling is the process of boring holes into the Earth’s crust to extract heat which can be used either for electricity generation or heating/cooling buildings. Geothermal drilling offers homeowners an efficient, clean and quiet source of heating and...

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Common Signs of Water Well Problems

Common Signs of Water Well Problems

Things You Should Know as a Private Well Owner   No water bills. No service disruptions. The peace of mind that can only come from knowing exactly where your drinking water comes from. There are many benefits to owning a private water well! But like any other...

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How Does the Water Well Drilling Process Work?

How Does the Water Well Drilling Process Work?

You already know why you would need a water well drilling contractor in Western Minnesota or Eastern North Dakota: You want a water well – and in Western Minnesota or Eastern North Dakota, no less. What you may be unfamiliar with is how the water well drilling process...

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