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5 Reasons To Read "We Guarantee Water"

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REASON #1 - We Guaranteed to Hit Water or... We Pay!

A property owner might quickly discover that water well drilling in British Columbia including the BC Mainland, Fraser Valley, Okanagan and Vancouver Island is a one-of-a-kind experience. When drilling a water well you are searching for water from a hole that could be drilled hundreds of feet in bedrock.

You are about to invest a significant chunk of change into a hole with a steel pipe standing out of the ground that is no larger than a dinner plate in diameter.

Most people get pretty stressed wondering, “Will I get water?” You’ll likely never spend more money for a product with less upfront information than water well drilling in British Columbia.

One of the “secrets” we will reveal to you is how you can avoid the constant worry about drilling for water on your property. Most of us have heard the local stories about people who've had the first hand experience of drilling for water only to end up with a large invoice for nothing but a dry well.

Our Well Drilling Guarantee makes these worries obsolete... we take the fear out of drilling by promising that you will not be paying tens of thousands of dollars for absolutely nothing!

Do all wells qualify for our well drilling guarantee?  No, not all wells qualify... But many do!  We Guarantee Water in most areas of British Columbia including Mainland BC, Fraser Valley, Okanagan and Vancouver Island but not all areas... we will not make a promise that we cannot deliver on.

Download your FREE copy of  "We Guarantee Water" to learn how this industry changing well drilling program has been such a benefit to so many property owner across British Columbia!

REASON #2 - The Two Most Dreaded Words

Drilling for water throughout British Columbia is a challenge. “Dry Well” are the two most dreaded words for any property owner when drilling a well.  Imagine how it would feel to drill for a couple days for nothing more than a nice deep hole in which you get to sink your SAVINGS?

Drilling dry holes are an all to real risk when drilling for water and so are the consequences of a dry hole drilling... regardless of the results you will be expected to pay a significant invoice.

Drilling a dry well can be financially devastating and it's usually preventable!

REASON #3 - The Real Well Drilling Cost in BC

When deciding to drill a well, most people will hop onto the internet to Google a local well drilling company in British Columbia. They'll quickly call us and ask, “what does it cost to drill a well?”

You are not doing yourself a favor when the first question you ask a well driller is, “How much per foot do you charge to drill a well?” For example, let us say the estimated well drilling cost is, $35.00 per foot for bedrock drilling.

You will be informed that if the water well driller drills a dry hole (a non-producer), you still remain fully obligated to pay the $35.00 per foot plus all additional well drilling costs as originally estimated.

Let's take a look at how the above scenario would actually play out... Let's say a well has been drilled to 500′ in bedrock… just the bedrock drilling portion alone will tally up to almost $18,000… and that’s not all, there will be additional costs. The final well drilling invoice in this example for a dry well will definitely exceed $20,000, without even discussing the cost to decommission the dead hole!

Property owners often explain how resentful they feel after having to pay for a dry hole, it is extremely easy to understand why “dry holes are painful!”

So, you ask, what then, is the real motivation for a fixed price driller to be truthful when he has drilled hundreds of feet into bedrock and has hit some water?  If a well driller merely claims there is no water, he pulls his drilling equipment and tooling out of the hole, folds up his well drilling rig, and hands the property owner an invoice for the full price and offers to move to another site and try again, and this could happen more that once!

Do you understand that you have just spent some major dollars to have a driller convince you that you have nothing more than a dry hole… did the driller provide you with a well drilling guarantee prior to drilling?

But wait a minute you say, "Aren't we paying the driller to get us water?"  Nope, you're not... you're paying a driller to drill a hole often hundreds of feet into the ground and that has little to do with whether you get water or not.

Please think about this before you sign a well drilling contract in British Columbia.

What you really should be asking is what is it going to cost to drill a well on your property that is producing water and how many times will you need to drill to achieve your goal?

It is not the well drilling cost estimates that matter…. What really matters is the final invoice and how many of them are you going to pay before you hit water or just give up?

Whether you are drilling for water on the BC Mainland, Fraser Valley, Okanagan or on Vancouver Island, you might want to ask the well driller if he's prepared to guarantee water… if not why?

REASON #4 - Location, Location, Location!

Prior to drilling a well in British Columbia, the well driller is going to require a drilling location for a new well to be chosen. Typically, it is a relief for the prospective well drilling customer to defer the site selection responsibility to the water well driller. Most people have little well drilling experience and are often intimidated by the experience.

But always remember… a well driller’s primary concern is going to be about site access for the well drilling rig & other equipment with ease of tripping-out again without damage to equipment or the potential of getting stuck.

Of course, equipment access is always a consideration, you may have noticed that most drill rigs in the Fraser Valley, Okanagan and Vancouver Island are large dual rotary rigs, not only are they large but very heavy and long. The DR (dual rotary) as they are called require space to set up... they need room.

The odds might be good that the same driller who decided where to drill your new water well will also have magically found the most level and easy-to-get-to location on the property!

In our book “We Guarantee Water” we refer to this as random drilling or the park-and-drill method which can greatly increase the odds of drilling a dry hole! We explain how successful well drilling usually depends on drilling where the water is… not easy-set-up parking for the well drilling rig.

“We Guarantee Water” points out the importance of site selection for your new water well, the book explains the many considerations that must be discussed prior to drilling a well in BC.

REASON #5 - We Do What We Promise!

When you combine water well drillers in it for the money, random drilling, and trusting property owners, drilling for water can be an expensive business.

But it doesn’t have to be!

We Guarantee Water does exactly what we promise—assure water! We’re not a “hit-and-miss” British Columbia well drilling company. We don’t promise what we can’t deliver. And we won’t take your money without giving you what you want. In fact, we’re so confident in our ability to find water that we protect you by taking on most of the risk!

Why do we GUARANTEE WATER when no one else will?

The answer is simple.

We’re a highly skilled and experienced water well drilling team with a proven track record of finding water before we set up to drill on your land.

Most area of British Columbia including the BC Mainland, Fraser Valley, Okanagan and Vancouver Island do qualify for our Well Drilling Guarantee but there are exceptions.

Download a FREE copy of “We Guarantee Water” to self-qualify for our water well drilling promise.

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REASON #1 - We Guaranteed to Hit Water or... We Pay!

A property owner might quickly discover that water well drilling in British Columbia including the BC Mainland, Fraser Valley, Okanagan and Vancouver Island is a one-of-a-kind experience. When drilling a water well you are searching for water from a hole that could be drilled hundreds of feet in bedrock.

You are about to invest a significant chunk of change into a hole with a steel pipe standing out of the ground that is no larger than a dinner plate in diameter.

Most people get pretty stressed wondering, “Will I get water?” You’ll likely never spend more money for a product with less upfront information than water well drilling in British Columbia.

One of the “secrets” we will reveal to you is how you can avoid the constant worry about drilling for water on your property. Most of us have heard the local stories about people who've had the first hand experience of drilling for water only to end up with a large invoice for nothing but a dry well.

Our Well Drilling Guarantee makes these worries obsolete... we take the fear out of drilling by promising that you will not be paying tens of thousands of dollars for absolutely nothing!

Do all wells qualify for our well drilling guarantee?  No, not all wells qualify... But many do!  We Guarantee Water in most areas of British Columbia including Mainland BC, Fraser Valley, Okanagan and Vancouver Island but not all areas... we will not make a promise that we cannot deliver on.

Download your FREE copy of  "We Guarantee Water" to learn how this industry changing well drilling program has been such a benefit to so many property owner across British Columbia!

REASON #2 - The Two Most Dreaded Words

Drilling for water throughout British Columbia is a challenge. “Dry Well” are the two most dreaded words for any property owner when drilling a well.  Imagine how it would feel to drill for a couple days for nothing more than a nice deep hole in which you get to sink your SAVINGS?

Drilling dry holes are an all to real risk when drilling for water and so are the consequences of a dry hole drilling... regardless of the results you will be expected to pay a significant invoice.

Drilling a dry well can be financially devastating and it's usually preventable!

REASON #3 - The Real Well Drilling Cost in BC

When deciding to drill a well, most people will hop onto the internet to Google a local well drilling company in British Columbia. They'll quickly call us and ask, “what does it cost to drill a well?”

You are not doing yourself a favor when the first question you ask a well driller is, “How much per foot do you charge to drill a well?” For example, let us say the estimated well drilling cost is, $35.00 per foot for bedrock drilling.

You will be informed that if the water well driller drills a dry hole (a non-producer), you still remain fully obligated to pay the $35.00 per foot plus all additional well drilling costs as originally estimated.

Let's take a look at how the above scenario would actually play out... Let's say a well has been drilled to 500′ in bedrock… just the bedrock drilling portion alone will tally up to almost $18,000… and that’s not all, there will be additional costs. The final well drilling invoice in this example for a dry well will definitely exceed $20,000, without even discussing the cost to decommission the dead hole!

Property owners often explain how resentful they feel after having to pay for a dry hole, it is extremely easy to understand why “dry holes are painful!”

So, you ask, what then, is the real motivation for a fixed price driller to be truthful when he has drilled hundreds of feet into bedrock and has hit some water?  If a well driller merely claims there is no water, he pulls his drilling equipment and tooling out of the hole, folds up his well drilling rig, and hands the property owner an invoice for the full price and offers to move to another site and try again, and this could happen more that once!

Do you understand that you have just spent some major dollars to have a driller convince you that you have nothing more than a dry hole… did the driller provide you with a well drilling guarantee prior to drilling?

But wait a minute you say, "Aren't we paying the driller to get us water?"  Nope, you're not... you're paying a driller to drill a hole often hundreds of feet into the ground and that has little to do with whether you get water or not.

Please think about this before you sign a well drilling contract in British Columbia.

What you really should be asking is what is it going to cost to drill a well on your property that is producing water and how many times will you need to drill to achieve your goal?

It is not the well drilling cost estimates that matter…. What really matters is the final invoice and how many of them are you going to pay before you hit water or just give up?

Whether you are drilling for water on the BC Mainland, Fraser Valley, Okanagan or on Vancouver Island, you might want to ask the well driller if he's prepared to guarantee water… if not why?

REASON #4 - Location, Location, Location!

Prior to drilling a well in British Columbia, the well driller is going to require a drilling location for a new well to be chosen. Typically, it is a relief for the prospective well drilling customer to defer the site selection responsibility to the water well driller. Most people have little well drilling experience and are often intimidated by the experience.

But always remember… a well driller’s primary concern is going to be about site access for the well drilling rig & other equipment with ease of tripping-out again without damage to equipment or the potential of getting stuck.

Of course, equipment access is always a consideration, you may have noticed that most drill rigs in the Fraser Valley, Okanagan and Vancouver Island are large dual rotary rigs, not only are they large but very heavy and long. The DR (dual rotary) as they are called require space to set up... they need room.

The odds might be good that the same driller who decided where to drill your new water well will also have magically found the most level and easy-to-get-to location on the property!

In our book “We Guarantee Water” we refer to this as random drilling or the park-and-drill method which can greatly increase the odds of drilling a dry hole! We explain how successful well drilling usually depends on drilling where the water is… not easy-set-up parking for the well drilling rig.

“We Guarantee Water” points out the importance of site selection for your new water well, the book explains the many considerations that must be discussed prior to drilling a well in BC.

REASON #5 - We Do What We Promise!

When you combine water well drillers in it for the money, random drilling, and trusting property owners, drilling for water can be an expensive business.

But it doesn’t have to be!

We Guarantee Water does exactly what we promise—assure water! We’re not a “hit-and-miss” British Columbia well drilling company. We don’t promise what we can’t deliver. And we won’t take your money without giving you what you want. In fact, we’re so confident in our ability to find water that we protect you by taking on most of the risk!

Why do we GUARANTEE WATER when no one else will?

The answer is simple.

We’re a highly skilled and experienced water well drilling team with a proven track record of finding water BEFORE we set up to drill on your land.

Most area of British Columbia including the BC Mainland, Fraser Valley, Okanagan and Vancouver Island do qualify for our Well Drilling Guarantee but there are exceptions.

Download a FREE copy of “We Guarantee Water” to self-qualify for our water well drilling promise.

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When you combine water well drillers in it for the money, random drilling, and trusting property owners, drilling for water in British Columbia can be very costly both financially and emotionally.

But it doesn’t have to be!

We Guarantee Water does exactly what we promise—assure water! We’re not a “hit-and-miss” well drilling operation. We don’t promise what we can’t deliver. And we won’t take your money without giving you what you want. In fact, we’re so confident in our ability to find water that we protect you by taking on most of the risk!

What Does it Cost to Drill a Well in BC?

You won’t know the final price until you either hit water water or come up dry!  Regardless of what a well drilling might indicate.

Drilling a water well in the BC Mainland, Fraser Valley, Okanagan, or Vancouver Island can cost upwards of $60 per cased foot in 2021… the cost of steel has increased well drilling costs in BC considerably.

If you’re going to drill for water, you should know exactly where to drill on your property before ever hiring a well driller!  The cost to drill a well in BC varies depending on the location, depth, and typical costs associated with drilling a well. Most well drillers have a fixed minimum price for the first 100 feet, with a price per foot for anything beyond that. If you’re in a remote or difficult to reach area, additional costs may apply.

Is your local well driller prepared to guarantee water?  If not, you might want to ask, “Why not?” 

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How Does a Well Driller Find Water?

General logic states you’re more likely to find water in a valley than on a peak—or next to a river rather than further up the catchment area—but that’s not always the case. Groundwater isn’t necessarily where you’d expect it to be found. It doesn’t always correlate with the type of soil or rock formations found on the surface.

Since you can’t see what’s underground, you don’t always know what’s there and what isn’t. Water can sometimes be found at high elevations where underground streams—following the folds of mountains when they were first formed—surface as springs on hill and mountain tops, while wells drilled alongside running rivers may be dry.

With drilled wells potentially costing tens of thousands because of the unknowns, some well drillers may use different ways to find groundwater… in our book we discuss the pros and cons of the four best known methods to locate water prior to drilling.

THOSE TWO DREADED WORDS -"DRY WELL"

The Real Cost....

Groundwater provides drinking water for more than one-quarter of British Columbia residents, accounting for approximately 9% of the Province’s total water consumption.

But if you’re not on municipal water, “dry well” may well be the two most dreaded words you’ll ever hear as a property owner. With thousands—or tens of thousands—of dollars spent drilling wells at $60/ft or more, failure to find water can put your family and livelihood at risk and decimate your property value.

 

Thinking of Drilling a Well?

Please download a copy of “We Guarantee Water” to establish whether your property falls within our well drilling protection guarantee guidelines. Most areas of the Lower Mainland, Okanagan, and Vancouver Island qualify for the guarantee, but not all—and we don’t make promises we can’t keep.

If your property does not fall within the guidelines based on over 30 years of experience in the region, we may refer you to another well driller who will be more suitable for your project.

Download a copy of our well drilling guidelines

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