Often we find that homeowners have a well with a perfectly viable water supply, but the amount of water available is inadequate. In some cases, wells that performed previously and produced sufficient water can be deepened to provide greater production or to provide more storage for peak demands.

Water tables rise and fall, and shallow wells are subject to the effects of these fluctuations. Deepening a well can create a buffer of water to reduce the effects of this groundwater phenomenon on your water supply.