Summary: The deepest drilled hole on Earth might have water in it, but it doesn’t require drilling anywhere near that deep to dig your own well. American Water Surveyors can assist homeowners in knowing exactly where to dig to produce the best results.
When it comes to drilling wells, the deeper the better, right? Generally speaking, the deeper you drill, the more stable your water supply will be. Is there such a thing as drilling too deep? Russia doesn’t think so!
The Deepest Drilled Hole on Earth
In 1970, scientists in Murmansk, Russia began to drill the Kola Superdeep Borehole, in order to learn more about the Earth’s crust. It took a whopping 24 years of digging for them to get to 7.5 miles (or 12,262 meters) deep. One of the things that scientists learned in doing this was that there is lots of water deep inside the Earth. This groundwater may be the result of stray oxygen and hydrogen atoms being pressed from rock minerals. So, if you dig deep enough down into the Earth’s crust, you’ll certainly find water, but no one realistically wants to drill straight down into the center of the Earth to find water. That’s where American Water Surveyors comes in!
What does American Water Surveyors Do?
Simply put, American Water Surveyors helps people find water. We are dedicated to being the premier service provider in the water finding industry, which is why you can always trust us to find you a safe and reliable water source for you and your family to enjoy. Our services save you the time and expense of digging dry wells. Although you’ll hit water eventually, no one wants to dig 7.5 miles deep just to access groundwater! Using the world’s leading edge technology, American Water Surveyors is able to measure groundwater depths and yields from the surface, before you begin to dig your well.
How American Water Surveyors Helps Homeowners
When you are drilling a well to be used by you and your family, it is important to find a place that will offer a stable supply of water for years to come. American Water Surveyors can help you determine precisely where you need to drill in order to get the most volume, while also avoiding drilling any deeper than you need to. Remember: drillers are paid by the foot whether they find water or not. At a cost of about $35 to $40 per foot to drill a well, your savings could pay for our services! So why drill down to 400 feet when you may only need to reach 250 feet in a different location?
Find out exactly what American Water Surveyors can do for you by contacting us at email@example.com or 1-877-SEISMO1 (734-7661). We are located in Forth Worth, Texas, but the portability and maneuverability of our equipment allows us to travel all over the United States conducting groundwater surveys. Call us before you dig to save money while also finding a dependable water source for you and your family that will remain for years to come. The transmissivity of water can be mapped from the surface, and yield can be estimated in gallons per minute or litres per second. Don’t hesitate! Contact us today and see what a groundwater survey will do for you.