Water wells are a great natural source of water especially in rural southern New Jersey. Water Wells are also commonly known as rock wells or drilled wells, Artesian wells, dug wells, pounded wells and point wells. Atlantic Well Drilling drills up to 12” air/ mud rotary drilled wells. There are two main sources of water available today; wells and the public water supply. When you own a well you are in control of what’s in your water, how much water you use and when you use it. The contractors who install wells are often referred to by many names including well drillers, water well installers, water well contractors, water well diggers and water well professionals. All these terms are associated with well drillers in New Jersey. Atlantic Well Drilling is an elite team of water well professionals who have your best interest in mind.
Well Drilling is very unpredictable; there is no exact science for locating the water before you start drilling, whether it will be ‘good’ water or knowing how much water your well will produce. However, if you consult with your immediate neighbors with wells it might give you a general idea of the average depth, quality and production in your area. Also State or Local Regulating agencies may have records on file of wells in your neighborhood. The NJ Department of Environmental Protection Division of Water Supply and Geoscience can be an excellent resource.
Once State and Local setbacks are met, you can use the remaining available land area to determine the best location for you well keeping in mind the location must be accessible to heavy drilling equipment. State and Local setbacks include wells have to be certain distances away from septic systems, property lines, utilities, etc… see our Regulations page for more information.
If it is a new construction and the landscaping has not been completed, then cleanup is simple. When drilling in established areas the landowner is responsible to mitigate drilling and trenching disturbance. Atlantic Well Drilling is a ‘mess-free’ driller and will remediate as much of the drill site as possible within the scope of our drilling agreement.