Well Water Finders has conducted water location surveys, oil and gas surveys, and even determined the location and depth of caves! Here are some examples of our work and the goals of the projects.
Concho County, Texas - Well owner in this high-drought county had a low-yielding well and needed to determine if there was an alternate location on his land for a new, higher-yielding well. We were able to determine the real opportunity for a higher volume well was to deepen the existing well by 60 feet, saving him the cost to install a new well.
Hays County, Texas: Assisted property owners to determine the best site for a residential water well. Identified bands of water between 600-800 ft for their new home.
Hill County, Texas: Developer needed a high volume of water to support commercial buildings. We determined a robust aquifer at 1,000 ft. which would be suitable for his commercial needs.
Hill County, Texas: Helped realtor confirm that water was present on a tract of land for prospective purchaser. We confirmed water was available beginning at less than 500 ft.
Knox County, Texas: Helped rancher determine the best location for a water well to supply a stock tank. We were able to indicate the exact locations and depth for the most robust opportunities for an ag use well, beginning at 50 ft.
Navarro County, Texas: Confirmed for new land owner that water was available for his family's vacation home at 400 ft.
Wichita County, Texas: Shared with new land owner the precise location on his property to install a water well to support the new house he was building. Found water present at 110 ft. and we were also able to tell him if that level did not provide sufficient flow, there was a larger volume of water at 240 ft. and then again at 530 ft.
Travis County, Texas: Assisted owner of golf course with determining how far the water levels have dropped below an existing well.
Dona Ana County, New Mexico: Landowner's property consisted of layers of basalt in mountainous areas. We were able to penetrate through a 100 ft. layer of basalt to help find water for his cattle.
Oil & Gas
Ector County, Texas: During a water survey, we picked up signatures of oil and gas beginning at 5,700 feet. This finding was not a surprise considering the Permian Basin is one of the most productive oil fields in the world!
Hancock County, Mississippi: During a workover, an aquifer layer was punctured. Our study gave the new current state of oil, gas and water levels at the target area.
McClennan County, Texas: While performing a water survey on a farmer's land, we picked up signatures of oil and gas at 7,000 feet. This discovery was supported by oil wells present at a neighboring property.
Sublette County, Wyoming: Assisted a well owner in completing a gas depletion survey for 7 sites.