"What You Should Know Before
You Drill a Water Well"

  • Have you ever drilled a dry well? It's a VERY
    expensive endeavor with nothing to show for it.
  • The technology now exists to determine depth
    and yield BEFORE you drill!
  • Find out why a groundwater survey can save you
    hundreds if not thousands of dollars.
  • Can water witches really find water, or is it just
    random luck?
  • When interviewing well drillers do you know what
    questions to ask? The answers are in this book.
  • Should you select the driller with the lowest bid?
    Does experience matter?
  • After the well driller drills the well, who installs the pump, runs the electrical lines and
    handles the plumbing? Does the driller provide a turnkey price?
  • What type of well development method will the driller use to ensure maximum yield from your well? Is well development included in the driller's quote?
  • What's a well log and why do you need one?
  • Is your water safe for you and your family to drink? Water quality testing is essential to be sure.
  • How often should you test your water for quality?

Read the book and find out!

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"Water Well Basics: How a Water
Well is Drilled"

  • This DVD produced by the American Groundwater Trust shows the step-by-step process of well drilling, well construction and equipment information
  • Youíll understand the basics of groundwater and the fundamentals of the home water system and its interrelationship of the hydrologic system
  • Learn why you may not be able to drill a suitable well even though you can find groundwater almost anywhere
  • Excellent graphics with expert narration
  • Even though home water wells are not subject to restrictions like municipal wells, learn why you should have your well water tested regularly
  • Youíll find out why itís important to know:
    1. How much water will be required to meet the needs of your home?
    2. Where should the well be drilled?
    3. What well yield will you get after the well is drilled?
    4. What water system will be needed to provide an adequate water supply?
  • Get educated on the different kind of drill rigs that are used to drill a well. Theyíre not all the same and certain conditions some are better than others
  • 15 minute run time

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