WELL DRILLING IS OUR BUSINESS
We recognize that for some of you, drilling a well may be a new experience. We will explain the process to you and strive to ensure that your well-drilling experience is a positive one.
Maverick Drilling offers well drilling services for domestic, irrigation, municipal, and geothermal wells. We’re licensed drillers and pump installers in New Mexico and Texas. If you’re thinking of drilling or have questions about your well, contact MAVERICK DRILLING, and we’ll take it from there.
Step 1 – Well Planning
It’s a good idea to plan your well system ahead of time, and we can help with that. You can read about our water wells , then give us a call. We’ll help you determine what type of well you need depending on your planned use, and we’ll supply you with information about how to obtain a well permit.
Step 2 – Well Permit
Step 3 – Drill
Once your well permit has been approved by the OSE, we’ll drill your well, install your pump and pressure tank, and tie into existing water lines if you have them. We’ll then file a well report with the OSE.
New Mexico Ground Water Association
New Mexico Office of the State Engineer
National Ground Water Association
WHAT YOUR WELL DRILLER SHOULD DO
√Provide information on applying for a permit
√Research the average depth of wells in the area to determine the depth to water
√Determine, based upon your usage:
– The size and type of casing
– The type and length of well screen
– The type of gravel to pack
– The pump type and capacity
QUESTIONS FOR YOUR WELL DRILLER
√Is the driller licensed for both drilling AND pump installation?
√Does the well driller have proper equipment to do the job, and is the equipment in good condition?
√Does the driller have a mud tank or have to dig pits? (well drilling can be messy)
√What is the time frame to complete the project?