Frequently Asked Questions
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How do you know how much water the well will produce?
There is no definite answer to this question. We are estimating the flow based on what we see flowing from the well. Sometimes, the air pressure in the well can “hold back” on the flow, causing us to underestimate the production capacity. To overcome this, we can release the air pressure for a few minutes, and then reapply it after the well has built up a large volume. We then would see the volume of water that the well produced after several minutes. Then with simple math, we can calculate the production capacity. But it is also important to understand that the well production can also vary over time. So the well may produce more or less water in the future than it does today.
How do you know how deep to drill?
What are some of the basics of a water well?
How much does it cost to drill a well?
Price of drilling per foot
Price and size of casing per foot
Cost of materials per unit “such as seal, cement, etc.”
Cost of liner per foot
Cost of development and testing.