Interest in water well drilling has grown dramatically in recent years, especially as more and more homeowners look to either move off the grid entirely or to lower their water bill and water their lawns and plants on their own schedule. Watering restrictions are becoming more common throughout the US, and as a result more homeowners like yourself are having water wells drilled to supply water for landscaping.
Water wells are also an important source of water for homeowners in rural areas, as well as for ranchers and farmers. Rural communities have depended on water well drilling for centuries, just as they still do today. No matter where you live, you need water; if there’s no public or city water available you’ll very often need to drill a water well.
Our goal here at Water Well Drilling is to bring you a wide range of resources and information to get you started on your water well journey, as far as pros and cons to having a water well drilled, what to look for when hiring a drilling contractor, and a wealth of other info.