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Find water before you drill - Scientific Well Water Locations Services

Scientific Well Water Locations Services

Welcome to Southwest Groundwater Surveyors

Southwest Groundwater Surveyors has unmatched expertise and experience when it comes to aquifer search in the American Southwest.  Our specialty lies in using time tested methods and seismoelectric instruments for detecting underground water before well drilling begins.  Thus, eliminating the cost of drilling expensive test holes.  We can see water underground and to find the best drilling site location before well drilling begins.

Our process consists of data collection, analysis, and reporting. Multiple data sets are collected on the client’s property at each test site. Once the data is collected in the field, it’s processed at our office. Groundwater data is analyzed at our office and the results are passed along to the client. When you receive your groundwater detector report, you’ll know the following:

  • The best well drilling location
  • The depth to drill (to the bottom of the aquifer)
  • The flow of the water well (yield estimation)
  • The answer to the question; 'Should I drill a water well or not?'
Southwest Groundwater Surveyors

You can drill your well with confidence & peace of mind.

We find the water before you drill the well

Homes, businesses, and communities throughout the American Southwest rely on groundwater aquifers to provide water. Groundwater is a valuable resource, especially in the arid Southwest. Finding groundwater is as much an art as it is a science. The groundwater location specialists at Southwest Groundwater Surveyors use the latest modern technology in conjunction with their years of experience to locate groundwater aquifers at depths up to 1,500 feet below the surface, estimate drilling depths, and rate well yield in gallons per minute before drilling ever begins.

An Economical Approach

Southwest Groundwater Surveyors has unmatched expertise and experience when it comes to productive aquifer searches in the American Southwest. Our groundwater location specialists use proven methods and seismoelectric instruments to detect underground water before well drilling begins. Finding water first eliminates the cost of drilling expensive test holes. Southwest Groundwater Surveyors locate water underground and find the best drilling site locations, saving precious time and resources.

Homeowners, property owners, golf courses, farms, ranches and livestock owners, land developers, dairies, utilities, well drillers, engineers, geologists, and anyone else who needs a groundwater survey to site their new water well trust our groundwater locators to tell them where to dig a well.

A Proven Process with Proven Results
As one of the leading water finders, Southwest Groundwater Surveyors provide scientific water dowsing, aquifer mapping, and groundwater location services in Arizona, California, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and surrounding areas in the US.

Our Mission Statement:
It’s our goal at Southwest Groundwater Surveyors to find well water where it exists and to help our clients determine the very best well drilling site.  It’s our priority to help prevent clients from drilling an expensive dry well or a low yielding well if a more productive well drilling location can be found. Eliminating extra, unnecessary, costly drilling saves money, protects the natural state of the underground aquifer, and reduces carbon emissions and potential damages to the surrounding environment.

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Our Mission Statement:

It is our goal at Southwest Groundwater Surveyors to find well water where it exists and to help our clients determine the very best well drilling site.  It is our priority to help prevent clients from drilling an expensive dry well, or a low yielding well if a more productive well drilling location can be found.  Thus, eliminating extra unnecessary and costly drilling which would have a negative impact on the natural state of the underground aquifer.  Therefore, minimizing carbon emissions, and damage to the surrounding environment.

 

The corporate officer in charge of geophysics for Find Water First Inc. - Ronald Sorensen; CA Geophysisist # 957

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