WATER WELL DRILLING IN MISSOURI & KANSAS
Jesse Yoakum Well Drilling uses air rotary
equipment to drill wells for residential, commercial and public use.
We are fully insured and hold licenses in Kansas, Missouri and New
Mexico. We operate primarily in Western Missouri and Eastern Kansas.
Ground Water Basics
Beneath the ground, across the Midwest, are
natural reservoirs of pure, wholesome ground water. This water fills
the cracks and fractures in rock and in beds of sand. This renewable
resource comes from rain and melted snow that filters very slowly
through soil and rock. Over 130 million Americans get their drinking
water from ground water.
The Drilling Process
Water well contractors use drilling machines,
or rigs, to access this water. The well is actually just a specially
engineered hole with several different elements. The diameter of
the actual hole varies from 6-12 inches, depending on the formations
anticipated and the desired yield. Wells are cased to protect the
well from contaminants. Serving as a structural retainer, casing
and/or a liner, may be used if shale or cavernous formations are
encountered. When water is encountered, well screen or perforated
pipe is placed in the water bearing formations. A pump is installed
and you are ready to enjoy fresh, pure water direct from God's earth.
does it cost?
The cost of installing a water well is usually
quoted by the foot for drilling and casing the well. The cost by
foot can vary according to the difficulty of drilling as well as
the type of material used. It is for these reasons that the depth
of the well plays a crucial part in determining the total price.
Other components such as the pump equipment required for the job
and materials for installing the well are also considered. A set-up
charge or mobilization of equipment along with state water well
permits are included in the price. All certification paperwork is
completed by Jesse Yoakum Well Drilling and is included in the cost
of the water well.
How do I get started?
Give us a call today at (816) 618-3490 or
(417) 334-1098 with your geographical location. This is the legal
description of your property found on your deed of trust or title
that states your property's township, range and section. We will
do a free well search that will tell us about the depth and yield
of other wells in your area. If you have trouble reading your legal
description, give us a call and we will help.
Make this the day you find out about enjoying the resources under
your property. Whether you need a ready supply of water for your
home, pond, pool, livestock, garden or greenhouse, we will help
you every step of the way.
Please give us a call! We look forward to doing business with you!