Water well drilling
If you are tired of city water bills & restrictions, or do you want to put in water on a new piece of land? Or be off grid? Then schedule your free water well drilling consultation!
About our water well drilling service residential water well
Residential water well & Commercial Water Well Drilling
Thinking of drilling a water well? A residential water well is a great option to provide drinkable water, personal irrigation or to use on a farm. At Texan Water we understand that a water well is an investment and an asset so we will ensure it will last for generations. We are committed to excellence and quality, whether it is commercial well drilling or residential water well drilling. For that reason we are dedicated to using the best materials and procedures to ensure your investment lasts. Additionally, we have over 20 years experience and a licensed master driller who will ensure you get a quality water well cost-effectively. We use air rotary drilling techniques and provide water well drilling service to Central Texas and the Hill Country. So, if you are thinking of drilling water well in Dripping Springs, Austin, Wimberley or surrounding areas, contact us!
Different types of water wells
Texan Water is a full water well drilling service company. We do residential water well and commercial water well drilling. Therefore if you are thinking of drilling a water well, check below for some common types..
Steps to determine an estimate for drilling a water well
Common types of air rotary drilling
Direct air flow rotary
Direct air flow rotary has compressed air injected though the center of the drill pipe. This air rotary method goes out the drill bit and brings the cuttings up the bore hole to the surface. If you are drilling a water well with this method, it is because you have medium hard types of rock like limestone.
Direct air rotary down hole hammer
Direct air rotary down hole hammer is a similar process as direct air flow rotary, but it has a DTH (down hole hammer) attached to the bit. Additionally, we use air rotary drilling for hard rocks like granite.
Mud rotary drilling
Similar to air rotary drilling where the air goes out the drill pipe and up the bore hole. However, mud rotary drilling uses water and drilling additives mixed to form drilling mud. For that matter, it is best used for unconsolidated rock formations and drilling through sand and gravel