We have been drilling wells and installing water systems for over 65 years in East Tennessee and Southwest Virginia. Quite often we find as properties are sold or transferred to new ownership, particularly to newcomers to the area, the new owner may not know anything about their well or water system. When the need for service arises they don’t know who to contact for service or information about their well system. We maintain a database of information dating back to 1960 on wells and water systems we have installed. This information helps us better serve customers when their well or pump system needs to be serviced. For wells not in our system we access the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation data base to gain information about the well. When necessary we will use a down hole camera to create a video disk of your well. This technology helps us identify problems by placing images of your well on a computer screen where we can enhance, rotate and examine to identify well problems. With the use of this technology wells which were drilled in 1927 for the Pressman’s Home Community, and were left abandoned for years, have been redeveloped and are currently in use as State Approved community supply wells today.
WE ARE TRAINED, CERTIFIED AND HAVE INSTALLED THE FOLLOWING TYPES OF PUMPS
- SUBMERSIBLE WELL PUMPS UP TO 200 HORSEPOWER
- LINE SHAFT TURBINE PUMPS UP TO 250 HORSEPOWER
- JET PUMPS
- MUNICIPAL BOOSTER STATIONS
- CENTRIFUGAL BOOSTER PUMPS
- IRRIGATION PUMPS
- WATER FEATURE CIRCULATORS
- SOLAR AND WIND POWERED PUMPS
Odds are if you have a well in the Tri-Cities area we are the ones that originally put it in and we can service it and get you back to having safe, reliable water.
We also do camera logging of wells to help diagnose problems with an existing well and determine how to solve issues that may be affecting the water supply.
Air lift well development is another means of restoring and improving water quality to wells after years of service. Brushing and air lifting can dramatically improve water flow and quality especially if the well was never properly developed when drilled.