How to Locate Groundwater Before Drilling a Well

Drilling a well to tap the supply of groundwater beneath your feet offers an attractive way to mitigate water costs and reliance on municipal water systems.  At Southwest Groundwater Surveyor, we can help you determine the best possible well site for drilling.  We offer an economical scientific service to detect underground water. It’s not as easy to locate water underground in California or in  the southwest United States as you may think. In fact, without the help of a professional groundwater locator, the challenge can be immense.

Fortunately, there is a reliable scientific method that can be used to help you find groundwater on your property before drilling a well blindly. Because drilling can be expensive and involve disruption to the environment, it’s important that you survey widely for water but drill only once. The future of your water supply may depend on finding the most bountiful spot in the aquifer, and pinpointing the best well site will give you a reasonable assurance of locating a sustainable water source  before undertaking the drilling of a well.

Hire a Pro

At Southwest Groundwater Surveyor’s we use advanced equipment and expertise. We have the ability to pinpoint the The optimal spots on your property for drilling a well.  The seismoelectric groundwater surveying method is used by professional water surveyors world wide with demonstrably sound results. With seismoelectric testing which uses seismic impulses to locate groundwater aquifers, can not only pinpoint where to drill your well but also estimate the depth to drill and the potential flow rate of the well before you drill. Though other technologies are available, most are more expensive and cannot infer groundwater directly.

Seismoelectric surveying is an economic way for seeing groundwater directly rather than just guessing where the water may be.

Contact a professional groundwater detector in California to help find your well spot, it’s important that you know where to drill before undertaking the well drilling project. To learn more about finding water on your property before drilling a well, contact Find Water First at (800) 394-6207.

Serving the Southwest United States.

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