Weber Drilling has been servicing the Jackson Hole area since 1968. We have two fully operable service trucks for your new well installation or any well repairs you may need. The state of Wyoming requires a permit for every new well drilled. Once a permit has been issued we can get right to work for you. A typical residential well takes two days to complete. This includes the drilling of the well and installing the water line and pressure tank. Depending upon your needs we can drill anywhere from 60-75 feet down for most valley residential wells and up to 1,000 feet for on mountain sites. The Jackson Hole area is known for its unrivaled scenery and what lies beneath the ground surface is what also makes this valley unique. We know the ground and what we’ll find underneath. For instance the solid granite at the base of the Tetons is a challenge to drill but with over 40 years of experience in this area we know how to do it and to do it right. We use state of the art air rotary drills for unmatched reliability and performance.
Before we start drilling we work with you to determine the ideal location for your new well on your property as well as placing it a safe distance from your septic tank. We assess your water needs and provide you with the pump that is right for you and your anticipated water usage. We also carry energy efficient pumps that will help you with your monthly utility bills and help protect the environment. Our pumps are designed to accommodate fire sprinklers as well as domestic flow.
Call (307) 733-3343 today for a free consultation on all your water well drilling and pump service needs.
- Commercial & Domestic Irrigation
- Drilling with Rotary Rig
- Drilling Water Wells
- Specializing in Hard Rock 6″ – 14″ diameter
- Pump Sales Service & Repair
- Two Services Trucks
- Waterline Thawing with Generator for Steel Pipe and Water Jet System for Frozen Plastic Pipe
- Waterlines installed from Well to House with pressure tanks installed
- Lorentz Solar Water Stems installed