Water Well Drilling
What Is The Process?
Do you have a property or land with no city water or access to any other water source? Are you considering purchasing one?
Has your current well gone dry, silted in, become rusted, or just plain collapsed?
Has your water pressure dropped? Pump sputtering?
Does your water taste, smell, or look bad?
Legend Drilling Services is here to help you throughout the entire process. We are just a phone-call away with a dedicated service team. Please contact us today and we will do our best to get to your project right away.
Water Well Drilling
What Does A Water Well Cost?
Legend Drilling will consult with you every step of the way, providing effective solutions to help keep costs down, while delivering a water well that meets all State and local regulations. The final total is determined by the total drilled depth based upon the amount and quality of water we find, the actual materials and quantities used in well construction, and the pump system determined by well performance and your household water and irrigation needs.
Air Rotary Drilling
Air rotary has the benefit of not using any artificial mud or other chemicals. A non-toxic drill foam “soap” is used to keep the drill bit lubricated and to help evacuate or lift the cuttings out of the borehole. One of the benefits of wells drilled using just high-pressure air is they tend to have a cleaner borehole with less blockage of aquifer pores. As a result, developing the well becomes a lot easier and does not require some of the more intrusive methods or chemicals, and this process is a lot more environmentally friendly and responsible.
Mud Rotary Drilling
Artificial Gravel Pack
Depending on the method of construction and the formation, a water well needs to be developed over an extended period of time to open pores from drilling and help clear sediments. During the air rotary drilling process and especially afterwards, a full well development is done to maximize yield and properly manage the aquifer.