Thursday, July 23, 2009

Before Drilling a Well

Before going to the expense of drilling a dry or low yield well
Call Find Water First / Southwest Groundwater Surveyors

Well Water Locating:Our Groundwater data collection is state of the art, using the ultra sensitive GF3500, which is the latest generation of Electro Seismic water surveying equipment.Our survey crews can obtain high quality data with a higher degree of accuracy than was previously possible.

  • EKS testing: Location, depth, Yield & Salinity of ground water prior to drilling.
  • Available Resources: We have the capability to bring multiple units to large survey areas. No Job is to Big.
  • Cost Savings: Save thousands of dollars on the expense of your water well development

Who We Help:

  • Land Owners - who need a well site located for new construction Developers - building outside of city water service areasRealtors - wishing to provide a well location report to buyers
  • Farmers and Ranchers -who need stock or irrigation wells
  • Utility Companies -exploring new well sites & water development strategies
  • Engineering Firms - planning or aiding in new construction or development
  • Investors – wishing to add value to their property prior to selling
  • Home Owners - whose wells have gone dry or flow has decreased
  • Drillers –wishing to provide well drilling location for clients

www.FindWaterFirst.com
1-800-394-6207

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Technology for locating groundwater aquifers Prior to well drilling

A technology for locating groundwater aquifers and determining the best location and depth to drill for a new water well, has been available in the United States since 2004. It was the brainchild of Groundflow Ltd. of the U.K. and Was introduced to the U.S. By Ervin Kraemer of National Groundwater Surveying in Washington. Since that time there have been many satisfied new well owners, including farmers, ranchers, land owners, and utility companies among others, who have benifited from this money saving technology.

The benifits are in the form of cost savings of well development, eliminating the need to drill expensive bore holes and pinpointing the best location for drilling where the expected yield will be greatest.

The ability to virtually see underground water through the use of electronically measuring the movement of water against underground rock formations. Has been a big advance in earth science.

There are now several companies in the U.S. using this technology to help find groundwater for people in need of a well water location. Among them are...