Stuart Well Drilling: Increase Your Water Supply

PSL Water Guy knows all about Stuart well drilling services and how to increase your water supply. For cleaner, healthier water, give our team a call today.

With reliable access to clean water being essential for homes and businesses in Stuart, well drilling services can be just the solution your property needs. Whether you’re building a new construction or need repairs to an existing well, choosing an experienced drilling company is important. PSL Water Guy knows how important it is to have a large supply of potable water that meets your family’s or client’s needs. Some key reasons to trust PSL Water Guy for your water needs:

  • We have a reputation for integrity, transparency, and outstanding customer service.
  • Our on-site water testing lab ensures your well water is clean and safe before use.
  • We provide maintenance plans to keep any water treatment system functioning properly for years to come.

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Factors to Consider When Selecting a Well Drilling Provider

There are several factors to consider when choosing a well drilling business to install a new well or repair an old well on your property:

Licensing and Insurance: Make sure any company you hire has the proper state and local licenses to perform water well drilling services legally. Ask to see proof of current workers’ compensation and liability insurance as well. Unlicensed or underinsured contractors can put your property and family at risk. 

Experience: An experienced driller has likely handled situations similar to what your property may present. They’ve also fine-tuned their process over many installations to work efficiently.

Reputation: Check reviews from past clients and consider any awards or recognition the company has received. Word-of-mouth is powerful – if a contractor has a reputation for quality work and customer satisfaction, that says a lot.

Cost: Get written estimates from multiple providers before deciding. Cheaper isn’t always better when it comes to something as important as your water supply. Make sure any “lowball” quote you receive covers all necessary services and materials.

Drilling Methods: Different techniques like cable tool, rotary, or direct push are suited to varying soil or well depth needs. An expert will evaluate your property and recommend the most effective, efficient method. We have all the latest drilling rigs and technology. 

Testing Services: Reputable companies perform on-site water testing before installation is complete. This ensures your well water is clean, safe to drink and won’t require expensive treatment.

Maintenance Plans: Routine care keeps everything running smoothly for years. Does the estimate include a maintenance agreement? Prepaid plans can save money versus paying separately for each service call job.

Warranty: What is covered in the event of post-installation issues and for how long? A longer warranty protects your investment.

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An Overview of Well Drilling Methods

When it comes to installing your water well, the drilling technique used depends on factors like your property’s terrain and water table depth. Let’s break down the three primary methods:

Cable Tool Drilling: This old-school technique involves using a heavy drill bit attached to a jointed drill pipe that’s raised and dropped to pulverize rock or loosen soil. It works well for shallow wells in soft formations up to 150 feet deep. Cable tool rigs are simple but drilling is slower versus modern methods.

Rotary Drilling: Our most popular choice, this uses a rotating drill bit and circulating drilling fluid (usually a water/clay mixture) to remove cuttings from the borehole. Available in both truck- and track-mounted rigs for mobility, rotary is efficient for wells from 150-400 feet deep in most soil types. The circulating fluid cools/lubricates the bit for fast drilling.

Direct Push: A newer option, direct push involves pushing and hammering a special drill bit into the ground using hydraulic force instead of rotating. It’s best for shallow wells under 150 feet where soil conditions allow. Since no drilling fluid is used, it causes minimal disturbance—perfect for sampling or installing small-diameter well screens in environmentally sensitive areas.

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How to Get Started

If you need a new well or repairs to your current system, getting connected to our partner’s services is easy. Simply give us a call or head to to request a free estimate. 

One of our friendly partners will then schedule a convenient time for a technician to assess your property. They’ll look at elements like your lot size, existing structures, intended water use, and proximity to potential contaminants.

The site evaluation only takes about an hour. An expert will discuss findings like expected drilling depth and recommended well type. Don’t hesitate to ask any questions – we’re here to fully educate you on options.

After reviewing the evaluation, you’ll receive a detailed proposal outlining projected costs, permits required, payment terms, and projected timeline. If you approve the proposal, it’s time to get drilling!

Drilling a new well takes several days but the team will take great care to minimize disruption while working. Once complete, your new well undergoes disinfection and our on-site testing. It won’t be called finished until both water quality and quantity meet standards.

Want to handle maintenance too? Ask about affordable preventative plans tailored to your system. They ensure dependable water access for many years to come!

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Frequently Asked Questions

The cost can vary depending on well depth, location, etc. Contact our team to begin the process of having your property inspected and to receive a free quote.

Most residential wells in Stuart, Fl tap into the Floridan Aquifer between 100-300 feet deep. However, geology varies, so an evaluation is needed for accuracy.

Experts will consider your land, and water table, and recommend the ideal type. Schedule your free site visit and the team will provide our professional advice!

Make sure to inquire about licensing, insurance, warranty, drilling methods used, water testing, payment plans, maintenance options and expected timeline.

Regular maintenance like inspection, shock chlorination, and testing help catch small issues before they become expensive repairs. Annual plans make this easy.

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PSL Water Guy has been providing water treatment services to clients in Stuart, FL, and surrounding areas for over a decade. We strive to provide water treatment solutions, systems, repairs and maintenance to our customers to meet their family’s or clients needs. We also offer emergency services and respond quickly to calls. If well drilling services are what you need, don’t hesitate to call us today.