Idaho Well Pumps Equipment Contractors

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Hiddleston Drilling & Pump Co

Contractors Company
1240 NW Beaman St
Mountain Home, ID 83647-5190
(208) 587-9055

Gem State Drilling LLC

Contractors Company
6636 Lakeside Dr
Boise, ID 83714
(208) 781-9326

Coonse Well Drilling & Pump Company Inc

Contractors Company
PO Box 366
Middleton, ID 83644-0366
(208) 939-0085

Adamson Pump & Drilling

Contractors Company
1320 Smith Ave
Nampa, ID 83651-1893
(208) 466-6439

Down Right Drilling & Pump Inc

Contractors Company
6025 Little Freezeout Rd
Caldwell, ID 83607-7420
(208) 454-3098

Chance Hobbs

Contractor Individual
PO Box 167
Notus, ID 83656

Layne Pumps Inc

Contractors Company
PO Box 640
Twin Falls, ID 83303-0640
(208) 733-3284

Elsing Pump Services, Inc

Contractors Company
127 Bonny Dr
Twin Falls, ID 83301
(208) 733-5005

Gary Duspiva Well Drilling & Development

Contractors Company
25050 Pet Ln
Parma, ID 83660-7037
(208) 722-5304

Apex Drilling LLC

Contractors Company
3855 Hiland Avenue
Burley, ID 83318-5227
(208) 678-9393

Pumpco

Contractors Company
PO Box 729
American Falls, ID 83211-0729
(208) 226-5242

Independent Drilling

Contractors Company
692 A West Hwy 39
Blackfoot, ID 83221
(208) 684-3788

Vollmer Well Drilling

Contractors Company
4068 N Haroldsen Dr
Idaho Falls, ID 83401-1102
(208) 552-0236

Denning Well Drilling

Contractors Company
PO Box 460
Ucon, ID 83454
(208) 523-4600

Nail & Sons Well Drilling LLC

Contractors Company
73 Happy Hollow Rd
Grangeville, ID 83530-5138
United States
(208) 983-2129

Frequently Asked Questions

What are some routine maintenance practices for water well pumps?

Routine maintenance and inspection of water wells and well pump systems can help protect water quality, ensure your well is operating properly, prolong the useful life of the well system, and protect your investment. The greatest of all these is the protection of your health, as water quality issues can have adverse health impacts without any detectable indicators.

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What are the main components of a water well system?

The primary components of water well systems include casing, well caps, well screens, and pitless adapters.

Casing is the tubular structure that is placed in the drilled well to maintain the well opening. Along with grout, the casing keeps possibly contaminated surficial water from reaching the aquifer zone underground and prevents contaminants from mixing with the water. The casing also holds back unstable earth materials so that they do not collapse into the well. Some states or local governing agencies have laws that require minimum lengths for casing.

 

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What is a well cap?

The cap covering a well may be a small part of the overall household water well system, but it is an extremely important one.

A properly installed well cap separates potential pollutants from your drinking water. The cap, which should be sealed tightly at all times, keeps out everything from liquid contaminants to bugs that can crawl inside a well and wreak havoc.

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Idaho Groundwater and Water Well Statistics

Groundwater plays an important role in Idaho’s economic vitality.

  • Approximately 42,500 known residential wells statewide
  • 674 community water systems use groundwater for 997,000 people
  • 236 non-community, non-transient water systems use groundwater for 49,300 people
  • 1,013 non-community, transient water systems use groundwater for 118,400 people
  • 9,190 irrigation wells used serving 3,070 farms and 1,430,000 acres

Well Pumps Equipment Articles and Resources

How to Select a Water Well Contractor: Free Printable Checklist Not sure what to expect when searching for a new contractor? Use this free, printable checklist to help you through the hiring process. Things to keep in mind when hiring: Are they NGWA certified? NGWA certification designations include: Certified Well Driller (CWD) – Encompasses general industry knowledge, as well as practice and expertise in at least […]

Is Your Private Water Well Properly Protected? Your private well should be properly protected but I’m not talking about homeowner’s insurance to cover well repairs. That is a topic that I would like to discuss at a later time. I’m talking right now about having surge protection, run dry protection, and over-pressurization and water leak detection for your private water well. Protection […]