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About Well Doctor

Why Choose Well Doctor?

At Well Doctor, we believe that water is life. That's why we've been providing the Hill Country area with quality water well services for the last decade. Well Doctor has become a well-known company in the community thanks to our innovative solutions and competitive pricing.

We provide a variety of services to meet all of your water needs. In addition to installing water well drilling, we do well system repairs and more. Our utmost concern is to keep our customers happy. We pride ourselves on completeing our projects in a timely and efficient manner. We use the best products and techniques in the industry to get the job done, and we only hire the most experienced of well-drilling technichians.

Our Expert

Jared Thompson

Owner

Our Services

We're here to help get your water system up and running at peak performance. Whether you need recommendations on choosing the best pumping system or you need help troubleshooting a malfunctioning well, we look forward to serving you.
  • Water Well Drilling
  • Pumping Systems
  • Well System Repair
  • Well Inspections
  • Well Maintenance Contracts

FAQ

How do you find water?
Finding water comes with experience on the job and series of water drilling techniques. Water flows through glacial drift (sand, gravel) or sandstone. These veins can be from 50 ft. to 1 inch. This will depend on the location and elevation of the drill site. We survery the area and estimate how deep your well will need to be.
How much water will the well produce?
We are only able to make an estimate based on what we see flowing from the well. We a technique where we release air pressure in the well, and then rerelease it after the well has built up some volume. From here we use basic math to give you an idea of it's capacity. It's important to note that this may change over time.
How deep will my well be?
This is dependent on a variety of factors, but we won't know until the drilling begins. A good rule of thumb is to survey neighboring wells to get an idea.