Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Find Groundwater First Before Drilling a Well

If you are in need of a groundwater well and would like to find groundwater first before drilling a well, call Southwest Groundwater Surveyors at 800-394-6207



Southwest Groundwater Surveyors will be represented at the World Ag Expo in February 2014, in Tulare, California.  Please come by and see what our service can do for your water well planning.



Never Drill a Dry Well!


Serving:

Southern California/Arizona/Utah/New Mexico/Nevada and other areas where our service is needed.

www.findwaterfirst.com
Phone 1-800-394-6207
Email: info@findwaterfirst.com

Visit our Facebook here:   Facebook


SGS is a member of the National Groundwater Association.


Monday, October 21, 2013

Find Well Water in Arizona, California, New Mexico, Nevada, Utah, ; Aquifer Locating Service; Groundwater Location.

Southwest Groundwater Surveyors help our clients to find well water in California, Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada, And Utah.  Our Aquifer locating service is available in five southwestern states:

If you would like to know if you have well water, and where the best well drilling location is before going to the expense of drilling a dry or low yield well, please contact us to schedule your survey today.





Never Drill A Dry Well!


Serving:

Southern California/Arizona/Utah/New Mexico/Nevada and other areas where our service is needed.

www.findwaterfirst.com
Phone 1-800-394-6207
Email:findwaterfirst@gmail.com

Visit our Facebook here:   https://www.facebook.com/SouthwestGroundwaterSurveyor

Southwest Groundwater Surveyor is a member of  The National Groundwater Association

Thursday, August 8, 2013

Find Well Water First / Locate Groundwater Aquifers / Aquifer Locating

Find Well Water Using  Scientific Technology 
The days of using willow sticks to locate groundwater are becoming a thing of the past thanks to developments in scientific Aquifer locating  for water well drilling. 




Southwest Groundwater Surveyors uses the only method known to find well water directly besides drilling expensive test holes, and knows how to locate groundwater aquifers using scientific Technology prior to drilling.  This allows clients to understand exactly where to drill, how deep to drill and estimate the yield of the well, prior to water well drilling.

Often times people who need a water well on their property end up drilling a dry or low yield well unnecessarily because they had no way to know where the best drill site is, or the correct depth  to drill (to the base of the aquifer).

With Southwest Groundwater Surveyor  The questions of where to drill, how deep to drill, and should you drill at all?  are now longer a guessing game.

Scientific aquifer locating  has been available in the United States since the mid 1990's

This method has been successful in helping land developers, farmers, ranchers, golf courses and others to find well water before drilling begins, and to drill with confidence and assurance that they are drilling at the right spot and depth.

The Groundflow intruments allow the surveyors to locate the optimal drill location, depth to drill (seeing to a depth of 1600 feet underground) and estimate the yield of water in gallons per minute.

Southwest Groundwater Surveyors Services Southern California, Arizona, New Mexico, Southern Nevada, and Utah.




If you would like to Find Well Water First Before Drilling and know if you have well water before going to the expense of drilling, please contact us to schedule a survey.

Never Drill A Dry Well!






Serving:

Southern California/Arizona/Utah/New Mexico/Nevada and other areas where our service is needed.

http://www.findwaterfirst.com
Phone 1-800-394-6207
Email: findwaterfirst@gmail.com

Visit our Facebook here:   https://www.facebook.com/pages/Southwest-Groundwater-Surveyors/73263066132

Member of The National Groundwater Association

Thursday, July 11, 2013

Find Well Water / Well Drilling Help / Don't Drill a Dry Well

Southwest Groundwater Surveyors was hired in April 2013 to find well water for a client in Barstow California, who had just had the misfortune of drilling an (expensive) dry well.
 
The client was referred to us by Solomon Well Drilling of Lucerne Valley, to see if we could help.

After conducting a series of Electro Seismic (EKS) tests on the clients’ property, Southwest Groundwater Surveyors reported that groundwater was located at one particular site.

The data indicated the base of the aquifer was 350 feet below ground surface and the estimated yield was 2-6 Gallons per minute.
 
On July 6, 2013  Colleen from Solomon Well Drilling informed us that they had just finished developing the well and reported that the well was pumping steady at 5 gallons per minute, at the exact depth reported.


If you would like to know if you have well water before going to the expense of drilling, please contact us to schedule a survey.


Never Drill A Dry Well!


Serving:
Southern California/Arizona/Utah/New Mexico/Nevada and other areas where our service is needed.

http://www.findwaterfirst.com
http://www.findwellwater.org
Phone 1-800-394-6207
Email: info@findwaterfirst.com


Visit our Facebook here:   https://www.facebook.com/pages/Southwest-Groundwater-Surveyors/73263066132

Friday, May 31, 2013

Find Well Water First Before Drilling A Well

We were hired a few months back to find well water first before drilling a well by a monastery in the Mojave Desert, after being referred to them by Solomon Drilling in the Lucerne Valley. “Southwest Groundwater Surveyor has just received word from Solomon Drilling...   "The estimated depth of 580 feet to the base of the aquifer and the estimated yield of 30 gallons per minute were spot on"  Now the monks can enjoy the fruit of there gardens.



Never Drill A Dry Well!


Serving:
Southern California/Arizona/Utah/New Mexico/Nevada and other areas where our service is needed.

http://www.findwaterfirst.com
http://www.findwellwater.org
Phone 1-800-394-6207
Email: info@findwaterfirst.com

Friday, April 12, 2013

Find Well Water First / Well drilling in Arizona / Satisfied Client Testimonial.

If you need well drilling help. and would like to find well water first, before drilling, or would like to find well water in Arizona, contact us


Satisfied Client Testimonial from 4/12/2013:

"RE: Agreement xxx Graham CO, AZ

I thought you'd like to know that your survey showed two locations where we'd find water at 3-6 GPM with the bottom at 280'. We drilled 285' between those two spots , hit water at 179', cased, gravel-packed and set the pump at 270' and started pumping at 40GPH. After 9 hours we had pumped-down 23' of water. After changing to 22 GPM for an additional 4 hours, the level went up by 9 feet. I have installed a 10 GPM pump and utilize a 3,000 gal storage tank between the well and the house and never expect to have a water problem! Thanks for your good work. The results were worth the price! Neighbors (using a "witch") have drilled as deep as 1200' without finding ANY water.

J. B."




Never Drill A Dry Well!


Serving:
Southern California/Arizona/Utah/New Mexico/Nevada and other areas where our service is needed.

http://www.findwaterfirst.com
http://www.findwellwater.org
Phone 1-800-394-6207
Email: info@findwaterfirst.com






Monday, April 1, 2013

www.findwaterfirst.com / Book Your Groundwater Survey

www.findwaterfirst.com is the official website for Southwest Groundwater Surveyors.
www.findwellwater.org is also our site and currently points to www.findwaterfirst.com

Our official blog is at http://findwaterfirst.blogspot.com/

You can also find Southwest Groundwater Surveyors on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Southwest-Groundwater-Surveyors/73263066132

If you need to find well water prior to drilling, in Arizona, California, New Mexico, Utah or anywhere in the Southwestern U.S.  Please call 800-394-6207 to book your groundwater survey.

Our calender is filling quickly so call soon for spring time booking

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Drill a Well In New Mexico / Well drilling / Find Well Water

Southwest Groundwater Surveyors have just returned from a successful groundwater survey in New Mexico.  Preliminary results indicate that two high volume well drilling sites were located on a single property for a client who needed to find well water for his farm.

If you are planning to drill a well in New Mexico and would like to find well water first before going to the expense of drilling, please call Southwest Groundwater Surveyors.  We have the technology to locate under ground water and estimate the depth and yield before you drill.  This eliminates un neccessary drilling costs and  potential damage to the underground aquifer.


Dont drill a dry well!  Call Southwest Groundwater Surveyors  1-800-394-6207.  www.findwaterfirst.com

Sunday, February 17, 2013

Methods for Locating Well Water Before Drilling

There are currently five known methods for locating well water before drilling. Four of the methods are based on science; one is based on magic and tradition. They vary in accuracy, reliability, and cost.
They are as follows...

1. Dowsing or witching; some people believe works even though it has been extensively put to the test, and found wanting. There is currently no scientific evidence to support the claims that dowsers can find well water.

2. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance;
This method has promise but is still in the experimental stages, and will likely not be affordable to the average farmer or land-owner.

3. Self Potential; this method is used as a means of detecting the flow of a known water source. This method is simple, inexpensive and unreliable for locating groundwater, due to many factors that may produce similar results.

4. Bore hole Hydro Physical Logging; 
This method involves drilling a series of holes deep into the ground and doing a series of extensive tests in order to map, determine depth and water quality of the aquifer. This method is used by municipal water districts and developers to locate new groundwater sources for growing populations and is very expensive.


5. Seismoelectric Method; by Southwest Groundwater Surveying;
 This method has been found to be the most accurate and cost effective method for locating groundwater for wells prior to drilling, and is quickly becoming the method of choice for land-owners, farmers, developers, Utility companies, and domestic wells.



 Find Water First Inc.

Southwest Groundwater Surveyors uses the proprietary Seismoelectric instruments and method for locating groundwater. Because it is simply the most effective, accurate, and reliable method.  Nothing else comes close.


Serving:
Southern California/Arizona/Utah/New Mexico/Nevada and other areas where our service is needed.



Phone 1-800-394-6207
http://www.findwaterfirst.com
findwaterfirst@gmail.com




Thursday, February 7, 2013

Find Water First Scientifically Before Drilling Your Well


Southwest Groundwater Surveyors have recently taken a trip to Houston to purchase instruments that will increase our ability to find well water first for our clients, prior to drilling.  We are looking forward to the new season and would like to invite anyone who is in need of a groundwater survey to book in advance.


If you would like to find well water on your property before paying to drill in the wrong spot, Call Southwest Groundwater Surveyors or visit our website to schedule a survey.

800-394-6207

Call to book early before the spring rush.

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Find Well Water Scientifically Before Drilling

With Electo Seismic Surveying from Southwest Groundwater Surveyors It is now possible to find well water scientifically before ever going to the expense of drilling.

Often times people who need a water well on there property end up drilling a dry or low yield well unnecessarily because they had no way to know where the best drill site is, or the correct depth depth to drill (to the base of the aquifer).

With Electro Seismics (also known as Seismo Electric Surveying or Electro Kinetic Surveying)  The question of where to drill, how deep to drill, and should you drill at all?  is now longer a guessing game.

It is now possible to find water first before going to the expense of drilling.

If you would like to find well water on your property before paying to drill in the wrong spot, Call Southwest Groundwater Surveyors or visit our website to schedule a survey.

800-394-6207
Call to book early before the spring rush.