Domestic and Livestock Wells
A few things to take account of while thinking about a backup water source:
Most well systems are in excess of $10,000.
Very rarely do we drill on 1/4 acre lots due to space restrictions.
If there is access to municipal water, city water remains the best option. Very few families use well water as a backup because of the investment cost to install a well system.
Frequently, homeowners or businesses that use a significant amount of water occasionally switch to well water but it's incredibly rare that they spend the money to drill a well, just so their family has water in case the municipal water supply goes down for extended periods of time.
Drill-Well LLC offers both large and small diameter domestic and livestock wells. Small diameter wells are constructed using 5" to 8" diameter PVC casing primarily using the mud rotary method. Large diameter wells are drilled with the bucket/auger method and utilize a large 30" borehole and larger casing to allow for water storage within the well. It is usually best to look at the well's intended use, the expected well depth, the potential well yield, economics, and any other variables that might be effected by well size. Contact us to determine which type of well will be the best fit for your project.
*Generally we do not drill domestic wells south of I-70.