Omaha Well Drilling Service

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Omaha Well Drilling Contractors: Water When You Need It

When you need well drilling or well repair, you don’t have time to wait. Your home, business, or farm needs water to survive, and if you depend on a well, you need it to work properly. That’s when you can count on Omaha Well Drilling contractors, a water well drilling company with more than 12 years experience.

There’s an old saying that you don’t miss your water until your well runs dry. With our help, you never need to learn that tough life lesson.

Prompt, Courteous Well Repair and Well Service

Omaha Well Drilling Service is a local company, and we are proud of the reputation we’ve built for honest work at honest prices. Our team is bonded, licensed, and insured.

We start with an inspection of your property to check the soil and figure out the best location for your well. We’ll also help you decide if you need a bored, dug, or drilled well. The type of drilling we perform depends on the location, soil quality, and depth of the water table.

Water When You Need It

Our knowledgeable, experienced team will get your water flowing quickly. Whether you need water well drilling, well repair, or an improvement in your water quality, we do it all. We work on:

  • Irrigation systems
  • Residential properties
  • Commercial systems
  • Artesian and aquifer wells
  • Agricultural wells

What Type of Well Service Do You Need?

Count on us for fast response. We’ll be there when you need us for all your well needs.

  • Well installation: Do you need a new well? We’ll check the soil, pull all necessary permits, and get to work at once. We’re known for our prompt, courteous service. Our highly trained technicians can get your well dug as quickly and get water to you when you need it.
  • Pump: Your pump system is the key to your well. We install high-quality pumps that are sized specifically for your system and made to last. We supply testing to tell you exactly how much water you can get from your well.
  • Water treatment: Most well water is clean and safe to drink. Occasionally, you can get a buildup of minerals that affect the color and taste of your well water. When that happens, water treatment to remove the buildup will restore the purity of your water.
  • Sealing old wells: If you have unused well holes on your property, we’ll get them out of your way.

Can You Do Your Own Water Well Drilling?

You can try, but the results may leave you less than satisfied. Drilling a well isn’t a DIY job. It’s a skill that requires:

  • Years of experience
  • Specialized training
  • Trade-specific tools 
  • Knowledge of soil conditions
  • Familiarity with the water table
  • Heavy machinery

There’s a reason that competent, professional well drilling contractors are in high demand. By the time you’ve figured out where the water table is, our skilled workers will have your well dug, tested, and ready to start delivering water to your home or farm.

Wells Are the Source of Life

Water is essential for every living thing. Since ancient times, people have tried numerous ways to pump water out of the earth so they could use it to drink, wash, water crops, and give water to their animals. In early days, people simply dug a hole deep enough to hit the water table. They attached buckets to ropes and used them to haul up the water.

Some older homes still have old-fashioned hand pumps that use manual power to move water from the ground and into the garden or kitchen. In some rural areas of the country, people still use hand pumps. However, they’re not ideal for large-scale use.

Pumps and Switches

Today’s modern wells use electricity to move water up from the water table. There are two types of pumps used in most wells:

  • Jet pumps, which are placed above the ground and use suction to pull water out of shallow wells.
  • Submersible pumps that use centrifugal force to push water up from deep wells.

There’s no reason to go without water for a single day. With our help, you can rely on your well as a source of clean, fresh water for all your residential, commercial, or agricultural needs.


Wells: FAQ

Q. What Information do you need before you can drill a well?

A. You need to know where you ‘d like the well placed, but your idea of the perfect location may not work when it’s time to drill. You also must know the depth of the water table and the diameter of the well.

Q. What do you need for a complete well system?

As you probably realize by now, a working well is a lot more complicated than a hole in the ground with a bucket. Besides the drilling or digging, you will also need:

  • Well casing
  • Well pump
  • Electrical wiring
  • Pressure tank
  • Switch
  • Permits
  • Storage tanks

The type of storage tanks you’ll need depend on how much water your well pumps and how deep it is.

Q. What is the water table?

The water table is a line beneath the surface of the earth that is saturated with water. Pockets of water beneath soil and rocks are known as aquifers. Some water has been stored in aquifers for thousands of years. This is known as fossil water.

Q. How deep do you need to drill for a well?

A well professional can help you decide how deep it needs to be. Driven wells can be as deep as 50 feet below the ground, while drilled wells can be 400 feet or more below the surface. Our technicians use a casing to keep dirt from falling into your well. Once it’s drilled, we install the well pump.

Q. Do you need a permit for well drilling on your own property?

Nebraska law requires a permit to dig a well. You must get the permit from your local Natural Resources District. 

It also requires a well registration with the Department of Natural Resources.


Call Us Today

Don’t go another day without the fresh water your home or business needs. Whether you need a new well or service to an old one, you can count on us. Contact us today for fast response and a free estimate.

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