Monday, August 10, 2015

Find Well Water / Scientific Well Water Location Service / Locate Well Water Before Well Drilling / irrigation wells

Southwest Groundwater Surveyors scientific well water location service, helping our clients locate well water before well drilling begins.

Recent seismoelectric groundwater surveys  in California, Arizona and Utah have been successful to Locate well for farm irrigation wells, ranch stock wells, and domestic water wells 
We have the ability to see the underground aquifer prior to drilling.  No job is too big or small we are second to none in experience and understanding of the diverse conditions of the American Southwest and the unique challenges to locating water for wells.
Our technology and our unique methods is what sets us apart, we use the only method available to see the underground aquifer before drilling begins. This saves our clients the expense and anxiety of drilling a well blindly, where there may be little or no groundwater.

We can see the underground water before you drill.  Don't Drill an expensive dry well.  Call Southwest Groundwater Surveyors and book your groundwater survey today  800-394-6207

Here are a few recent testimonial from satisfied clients...

June of 2017 
Bill K. hired Southwest Groundwater Surveyors to find the best well drilling site on his 20 acre lot in Johnson Valley California. Today Bill called to thank us, and to inform us that well drilling was just completed by Solomon Drilling and Pump. The well was drilled to the estimated depth of 440 feet below ground surface. Bill was happy to report that he now has a 50 gallon per minute well.

Hello Steve                                                                                                                                          May 10,2016
We finally had the well dug and a pump put in. We went the entire length of the water column.
Results were as your report showed: (Site 1AM is located approx. 135 feet east/northeast of the well.  The data indicate the base of the aquifer is 450 feet BGS.  The estimated yield is category C. (5-10 GPM)
Finished well at 450 feet and Water static level was at 133 Feet.  Well tested at +12 GPM .  Static level holds steady at 141 feet pumping
12 GPM.

Just wanted to thank you and pass on the positive results.
Prescott Valley, AZ

A letter from a client near Tombstone AZ. 
(We estimated the water table to be 70' BGS and the yield to be 5 to 10 GPM.)

Hi Steve,                                                                                                                            Sept. 17, 2017
I thought I would touch base with you regarding the status of our well.  I'm happy to say that the well was drilled two days ago, and the well pump and components wer installed this morning.  The great news is that the well drillers began hitting water at 80 feet at site location #3.  All of us were shocked to begin seeing water so shallow.  They continued drilling and decided to stop at a depth of 180 feet, since the flow rate was 10 to 12 GPM.  We couldn't be happier with the results that your seismoelectric testing offered.  Your estimate of the potential flow rate at location #3 was conservative, but it made the actual results that much sweeter, especially since it far exceeded our expectations.  And even though the testing was a little costly, it was well worth it in the end.  Our time here at the cabin will be far more enjoyable now that we have well water.  Thanks again for helping us with this process.

Gratefully  David and Mary G.  

To view some of our recent client testimonials go to this link

Our Mission Statement

While striving to Meet our clients' needs with unmatched customer service, expertise and experience; It is our goal at Southwest Groundwater Surveyors to find well water where it exists and to help our clients determine the very best well drilling site.   And to help lower the cost of well development and prevent clients from drilling an expensive dry well, or drilling on a less-than-optimal site.  This eliminates unnecessary and costly drilling that would have a negative effect on the natural state of the underground aquifer, minimizing carbon emissions and damage to the surrounding environment.


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

Phone 1-800-394-6207

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