Monday, November 21, 2016

If You Are Drilling A Well, Find Water First Prior to Well Drilling. Southwest Groundwater Surveyors, FindWaterFirst.com

If You Are Drilling A Well, Find Water First Prior to Well Drilling. Southwest Groundwater Surveyors, FindWaterFirst.com

We are a Groundwater Surveying Co. servicing The Southwest U.S.A Using scientific instruments and Seismo-Electric method to find well water, determine the depth to the base of the aquifer and estimate the yield, prior to well drilling

Call To Book Your Groundwater Survey Today! 800-394-6207

Sunday, October 2, 2016

Southwest Groundwater Surveyors / Aquifer Locating / Find Well Water in Nevada / groundwater location for well drilling

In February 2015 Ranch owner Tracy C. hired Southwest Groundwater Surveyors to conduct a series of aquifer locating tests to find well water in Nevada.  He had recently drilled a dry well.

After only fifteen test sights on Tracy's 680 acre ranch we were happy to find a groundwater location site for well drilling, that we estimated would yield 65 gallons per minute if drilled to 360 feet below ground surface.

We just received word from Tracy who said he just had the well drilled at the site and he is happy to be pumping 70 Gallons per minute after drilling to a depth of  370 feet.

Tracy has asked Southwest Groundwater Surveyors to come back and find him another well site.

If you would like to know more about how a groundwater survey could help you find well water before going to the expense of drilling blindly.  Visit our website at www.findwaterfirst.com or call 800-394-6207
Don't Drill a Well Blindly, Find Water First, Southwest Groundwater Surveyors

Monday, June 6, 2016

Finding Well Water

Do you need a water well and don't know where to drill, or how deep to drill?  At Southwest Groundwater Surveyor's finding well water is what we do well.

We have just returned from groundwater surveys in Southern California where we have successfully located several  high yield wells on ranches where (due to drought conditions) they are struggling to keep the water supply to meet the demand for the crops and cattle.

Please contact us on our website www.findwaterfirst.com or call 800-394-6207 for your free consultation.

We use the latest state of the art seismoelectric instruments to locate the aquifer, depth and yield before drilling begins.

 Find Well Water is what we do

See more client testimonials: http://www.findwaterfirst.com/client-testimonials.html 

"Southwest Groundwater Surveyors are the premier aquifer locating company in the Southwest U.S." -  J. Shaw National Groundwater Surveying.  

Thursday, April 21, 2016

Southwest Groundwater Surveyor / Find Well Water In Arizona / Don't Drill A Dry Well / Aquifer Location Service / Locate Ground Water / Seismoelectric Groundwater Surveying

800-394-6207


Find well water in Arizona using the aquifer location service of Southwest Groundwater Surveyors.

Using Scientific Seismoelectric Groundwater Surveying We can...

  • Find well water to a depth of 1600 feet below ground surface
  • Locate ground water and determine the depth and thickness of the aquifer
  • Interpret the depth for well drilling (to the aquifers bottom)
  • Estimate the potential well yield (flow rate)


In short, we find well water, before well drilling begins!  helping to lower the cost of well development by reducing the potential for drilling an expensive dry well.
Don't Drill a Dry Well!
Call 1-800-394-6207
To book your groundwater survey today!


We can quickly serve Arizona, California, Nevada, New Mexico, and Utah.  Other states, please call well in advance of desired survey date.  

Monday, April 4, 2016

Save Money Finding Water Well Sites with Groundwater Surveyors

Southwest Groundwater Surveyors uses state of the art water surveying equipment, such as the gf3500, to locate water underground. We work hard to be the leader in finding water well sites for the Southern USA. With our efficient water locating services, we saved thousands of dollars for our clients. Our past and current clients are:

·         People whose water pressure decreased
·         People whose wells are dry
·         Those who are interested in water well drilling
·         Those who need a water well site for new construction
·         Those who are outside of city water service areas
·         Those who want to provide a well for potential buyers
·         People who require agricultural irrigation wells
·         People who need stock wells
·         People who are exploring new well sites and water development strategies
·         Those who are planning or aiding in new construction or well development
·         Property Owners
·         Residential
·         Ranches and Livestock
·         Land Developers
·         Dairies
·         Anyone who needs help finding water well sites

By using our gf3500 electro-seismic technology, we locate the underground aquifer, pinpoint optimal drill site, and estimate the depth to drill. We also use our water surveying equipment to surmise the yiel of your future well.


Let Groundwater Surveyors help you locate water underground! Call us at (800) 394-6207 to learn how our groundwater surveyors can locate groundwater for you.

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Locate Groundwater with Help from Southwest Groundwater Surveyors



Southwest Groundwater Surveyors help clients locate groundwater in these following Southwestern areas in the US:

Arizona
California
Idaho
New Mexico
Nevada
Texas
Utah

Drilling test holes for well water can be extremely expensive, damaging to property and just overall frustrating!  But with help from Southwest Groundwater Surveyors, we can save you the time, expense, and heartache of drilling a dry or low yield well.

We use modern technology to help locate groundwater and give you reasonable assurance that you are drilling in the right place and depth. Our seismoelectric technology has shown high success rates to many drillers, well developers, farmers, golf courses, and land developers!
       
How Locating Well Water Works

We use seismoelectric technology to locate the groundwater aquifer, the only method besides drilling test holes, to locate well water. We then identify the optimal drill site and estimate the depth to drill. By doing this, we are also able to surmise the yield of your potential well. We collect all the electro seismic surveys and as a result, you can tell drillers where to drill for your well!
Let Southwest Groundwater Surveyors help you take away the pain of guessing where to locate groundwater. Visit our website findwaterfirst.com or give our professional staff a call at (800)394-6207 today! 




Tuesday, March 8, 2016

locate groundwater / Find Well Water Before Drilling / Find Subsurface Groundwater Water / Dont Drill A Dry Well


Don't Drill A Dry Well. A Miss Is As Good As A Mile. We Find The Optimal Well Drilling Site. We See Water Underground.

Using the latest generation of groundwater locating technology known as seismoelectric groundwater surveying... We can help you find water before drilling your next water well.

Our ability to locate groundwater for a well is second to none.  

Our ground water surveying  techniques have been developed through years of extensive testing in the American Southwest.  

Our equipment is portable, so we can access your property and conduct up to twenty test sites per day.

We are located in California and Utah but we are able to travel to any state.

We have the resources to bring in multiple teams of surveyors for the biggest jobs.  

Whether you are a land developer who needs to map the underground aquifer, or a homeowner who needs a domestic well, no job is too big or too small.

Southwest Groundwater Surveyors is family owned and operated.  We come directly to you, so there is no middle man.   We will work within your budget to give you the most information over the largest area of investigation possible.

We have working relationships with many drillers and geologists who call in on their projects us to find  well water before drilling  because we have a proven track record of success with them, and many satisfied clients.

See client testimonials here:  http://www.findwaterfirst.com/client-testimonials.html

Seismoelectric surveying makes use of a phenomenon known as streaming potential, where the movement of subsurface water produces a voltage measurable on the ground surface.  Using a seismic pulse we create that movement. Prior to the 1990's the electrical signal from the seismic pulse impinging on subsurface groundwater was difficult to measure since other electrical noise, especially power line noise, contaminated the data.  However, Groundflow Ltd, based in the UK, discovered a new proprietary detection method that filters out electric noise and other naturally occurring noises so that the groundwater signal remains pure.  This enables Southwest Groundwater Surveyors to find well water and identify the best drilling location on your land prior to drilling.

We are able to see subsurface water to a depth of 1600 feet below ground.

Well drilling can be expensive and frustrating.  Our goal is to help our clients know if they have water for drilling a well.  

Our technology is the only way find subsurface groundwater, find the best drilling location, and estimate the depth and the yield prior to drilling. 

Southwest Groundwater Surveyors 
finding well water in California, Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, Nevada, and other areas where our service is needed

If you would like help locating well water, contact us at (800) 394-6207 or visit findwaterfirst.com today!

Find Water First Inc. 
dba Southwest Groundwater Surveyor 

Member of The National Groundwater Association

Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Save Money by Locating Well Water

Water well drilling can be expensive and time consuming, especially when you do not know where to drill! If given incorrect information about where to drill for your well, you can end up spending thousands of dollars and end up with land littered with holes. At Southwest Groundwater Surveyors, we make it our goal to provide the best water locating services in the industry. Through years of experience and using state of the art technology, we can locate the underground aquifer and pinpoint the optimal drill site. We estimate the depth you should drill and the potential yield of your well. Our electro-seismic surveys help us locate groundwater and as a result, we are the leaders in our field. Many drillers and well developers use our services because they see successful results from our electro seismic surveying. This is the proven method of finding the underground aquifer and locating well water, besides drilling test holes. Save money and your land with the help of Southwest Groundwater Surveyors!

Southwest Groundwater Surveyors is happy to serve areas in:
·         Southern California
·         Arizona
·         Utah
·         New Mexico
·         Nevada
·         Other areas where our service is needed



If you would like help locating well water, contact us at (800) 394-6207 or visit findwaterfirst.com today!

Monday, February 15, 2016

Locating Well Water and Installing a Well

The drought crisis in California and Southwest US is still ongoing and people are quickly turning to groundwater for their water needs. Due to this water shortage, it is a good idea to consider using Southwest Groundwater Surveyor’s water locating services to build a well. Over the years, we gained extensive knowledge of how to locate water underground. At Southwest Groundwater Surveyors, we locate optimal drill location, depth to drill, and estimate the yield of water in gallons per minute.

By allowing us to locate well water for you with our state of the art GF3500 electro-seismic technology; you can avoid paying an excessive amount of money having a company drill dry or low yield well spots. Our services showed success in helping land developers, farmers, ranchers, golf courses, and others to find well water. As a result, they drilled with confidence and assurance that the drill spot was at the right location and depth. Aside from California, we service all areas in:
·         Arizona
·         New Mexico
·         Nevada
·         Utah
·         Other areas that require our water locating services


Avoid the high costs and water shortage with the help of Southwest Groundwater Surveyors. For an estimate on the cost of our water locating service, visit findwaterfirst.com today.  Call 800-394-6207

Monday, February 1, 2016

Need Help Locating Groundwater? / Find Water First / Cost Effective Well Drilling Locations

Need help locating groundwater? Here at Southwest Groundwater Surveyors, we employ professional groundwater surveyors who use the best electroseismic  technology to offer our clients the most accurate groundwater information possible.

Who We Help:
·         whose water pressure has decreased or well has gone dry.
·         who are interested in water well drilling or need a water well site located for new construction.
·         building outside of city water service areas, who need to locate well water.
·         wishing to provide a well location to buyers.
·         who need agricultural irrigation wells.
·         who need stock wells for live stock
·         exploring new well sites and water development strategies.
·         planning or aiding in new construction or well development.
·         desiring to increase the value of their property.
·         wishing to provide cost effective well drilling locations to clients.


Southwest Groundwater Surveyors’ Services:
1. Our groundwater surveyors locate the aquifer and drilling location, saving you thousands of dollars on inaccurate drilling jobs that come up blank.
2. We judge the depth of the water to the base of the aquifer.
3. We estimate the yield in gallons per minute.



We proudly serve those in Southern California, Nevada, Utah, New Mexico, Arizona, and any other areas who are in need of our services. Please visit our website at findwaterfirst.com to learn more on how our locating groundwater  services can help you find water today. 

Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Finding Well Water for Residential Homes

Are you currently constructing a new well for your home?  If so, would you like to have a reasonable assurance that you wont be digging a dry well for your home?  The experts at Southwest Groundwater Surveyors are here to help you. Whether you are seeking assistance for a single-family home or are looking for help with large developments, we can save you money and show you the optimal location to drill a well.

Don’t jump the gun and spend hundreds of dollars building a well for your home or homes before you contact Southwest Groundwater Surveyors.  Our specialists are standing by and prepared to help you save money on water bills and more with our scientific water locating services. We have a wide service area, helping people in Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Nevada, and California. 

Friday, January 1, 2016

Welcome to the Southwest Groundwater Surveyors Blog!

Discover what Southwest groundwater surveyors can do for your next well drilling project to locate groundwater before you drill.

For more than five years, our team has been using the best technology available to help property owners and others find well water, and estimate the correct drilling depth for your well before you drill.  We can also estimate the approximate yield you can expect in gallons per minute.

More than 40,000 locations have been surveyed world wide using the advanced electro-seismic groundwater surveying technology. 

The equipment use is based on technology that was developed in the oil industry in the 1990's.  It is both quick and reliable, The instruments are portable so that our surveyors can use a pickup truck to access the test sites without heavy equipment.

Home owners, ranches, land developers,  dairies and farms have trusted us to help them increase their water needs.  We can help to make sure that you are able to build a well on the optimal drill site on your property, to maximize production and minimize costs for you water needs. 

If you are located in Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada, Utah, or California, then you can contact us when you need well water locating services. It is our priority to help you find the best drilling site, as well as prevent you from drilling an expensive well in a less-than-optimal spot.