Quality Well Drilling, Pump Repair Services, and Geothermal Installation in East Central Missouri
7512 Hwy 185
Leslie, MO 63056
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. Reach out to your team to learn more about our specific licenses and insurance.
What services do you offer?
We provide well drilling, geothermal, pump repair, and water treatment services.
Why does my water smell like rotten eggs?
It’s not harmful to humans, but that rancid smell is caused by sulfur, a chemical element found naturally in rocks and soil that mixes with your water. It can be corrected with additives to your mineral bed. Always ask a professional when it comes to treating your water.
Why won’t my pump start or stay running?
There are numerous reasons your water pump may either not start or start but not stay running, from power issues to blown uses, a damaged cable, pump or motor. If you’re experiencing any of these issues, it’s best to have a professional evaluate, diagnose and repair the issue.
How much can I expect to pay for a well installation?
It depends on both the depth and size of your well, which varies based on your location. No two wells are exactly alike, so call us to speak to a qualified, experienced professional.
Yes! Low water pressure can be caused by things like the buildup of sediment in your plumbing or having a pressure tank that’s not adjusted.
What is the maintenance for a well like?
Like all systems in your home, a well should be periodically inspected for issues like mechanical problems, cleanliness, or contaminants. The National Ground Water Association recommends an annual inspection for proper operation and to prolong the useful life of your well.
What is the lifespan of a well?
If maintained properly, a well can last 30-50 years.
What are the biggest benefits of a well?
In addition to providing a nearly endless supply of water, wells are cost-effective and even can taste better than municipal provided water, which often is treated and has natural minerals removed. Well water is filtered naturally through the earth.