New Water Wells Drilled
In Northern NJ and Southern NY many homes have their own potable water source, which is their water well. Over time residential water wells can fail for reasons such as lack of production, contamination, or poor water quality. Many wells drilled in the 50's, 60's, and 70's were drilled to a much different code than we have today. Therefore, they are much more susceptible to contamination, surface water, or poor water quality in general. In many cases the old well will be decommissioned and abandoned according to local codes, and a brand new well will be drilled.
Deepening of Existing Water Wells
A low yielding well is a nuisance! But we can deepen existing water wells to provide a better water yield, and more than likely encounter a satisfactory amount of water to supply your home. You can also use this water to irrigate your lawn, fill your swimming pool, and much more!
Irrigation Wells Drilled
Trying to irrigate your lawn using city water is very costly, especially if you have a large yard. It may be wise to drill a well solely for irrigation. Depending on the size of the property you are trying to irrigate, drilling an irrigation well may save you money in the long run. Most customers make their money back within 10 years of drilling the irrigation well, not to mention it is a great selling point for the sale of your home in the future.
Industrial and Commercial Water Wells Drilled
At Slater we provide well drilling services for industrial and commercial customers in need of a great demand of water, such as factories, chemical plants, and nurseries, just to name a few. We can also customize jobs by including services such as dust suppression and golf course retention ponds.
Geothermal Drilling Services
Geothermal drilling is a service provided by few well drilling companies. Slater Well Drilling Associates can drill both open loop or closed loop geothermal wells. We can also install the pump system for an open loop, or install the permanent geo loop for your closed geo system. We can even work with your HVAC company or engineer to design and install a system that can take care of all your heating and cooling needs.