Water Wells Restoration
Life can be a real struggle when a family is burdened with an inadequate supply of water or the fear of running the well dry. Unfortunately, this is sometimes the case for those people who are dependent on private wells. Many home owners learn too late that wells often fail because of low inflow, or experience drilling one dry well after another on a choice building site. It's easy to forget the basic necessities of life -- until they run out.
In the past, the only solution to a declining well has been to drill more and deeper wells. Some home owners have dug 3, 4, 5, and even 6 wells without being able to supply a home with water! Are you one of these frustrated home owners? Are you debating whether to drill yet another well? Read on...
Now there is a proven, more reliable and more cost-effective method for dealing with a problem well: Well Fracturing or 'Fracking'. The Water Specialist has been servicing and installing water treatment systems and well pumps in the Research Triangle and surrounding areas for thirty years, and now we want a shot at restoring your well! So before you take the risk of drilling a dry well again, call The Water Specialist.
Here's how it works: After inspecting your well, we determine at what targeted points fracking can increase water yields. We run a large pipe down the well shaft and seal it off several feet below the existing casing of your well. A high pressure pump forces water from a truck-mounted tank into the well. The operator flushes old debris from the existing fissures. The high water pressure and massive volume causes new fractures to form along the existing rock fissures, which allows more water to flow into the well shaft. (Remember, water is seeping into your well only where a water-bearing rock fissure and the drilled shaft happened to intersect by chance. This is one reason why two wells drilled a few yards apart may have very different yields!)
By now you're probably wondering, 'if well fracking is so simple and fool-proof, why haven't I heard of it before?' The technology originates in America's oil fields during the 1940's, but it was several years before anyone thought to use it for water well restoration, and several more years before the idea migrated around the country and to the Carolinas. We combine leadership with solid technology to produce an abundant source of cool well water at a cost that satisfies the most value-conscious customer. And we just can't offer you a better deal than that!
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