At Highland Water Well Drilling, our goal is to provide a clean and potable water source for your family to enjoy. All of our wells are constructed to Ministry of the Environment, Ontario Water Sources Act Regulation 903 standards.
Upon calling our office and giving us your address of where the well is to be drilled, we are able to look up other wells in the area. This allows us to give you a quote on the estimated depth and amount of water your well may produce. Quotations can be made over the phone, email, or site visit.
The average time it takes to construct a well depends on its depth. They usually average between 5-10 hours to drill. We primarily use the dual rotary method. What this means to you is a quick and low mess installation of your new well.
You’ve now contracted with us and we arrive to install the well. We take care of any permits necessary. As the well is drilled all of the cuttings such as clay, sand, and stones are discharged through a 4” hose. This allows the cuttings to be contained and also allows the drill crew to determine if a sufficient water bearing formation has been found.
As soon as the well has been completed, a flow test is performed on the well. The flow test is required to obtain the proper pump depth and pumping rate of the well. All of this information is recorded on the Ministry of the Environment well record. You are now the proud owner of your own potable water source. For more information about our water well drilling services in Southwestern and Central Ontario, contact us today for to receive a quote.