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Successful Pump Extractions

Successful Pump Extraction from cjdrills on Vimeo. This was a pump that was stuck in a 4″ casing (this is why we don’t prefer to install 4″ wells). It appears as though at some point in time someone had hit this well knocking some debris into the well and locking the pump into a perfectly […]

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WIBC Drought Interview

We have been recently interviewed by news and radio stations about the recent drought. Many wells have gone dry, and many people are unfortunately left with no water. If you want to learn more about the recent drought listen to the WIBC Drought Interview below. You can also check out the FOX 59 interview HERE. Do […]

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Many houses with NO WATER due to Indiana drought!

When will this drought end? Due to the recent drought, there have been several houses whose water table has dropped to the point where they no longer have water. This is a really big problem, and with no rain in sight for a while, this could be affecting many more homes. So short of drilling […]

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Fox 59 interviews C&J about the recent drought

We were recently interviewed by Fox 59 about the long Central Indiana drought we’ve been experiencing. Due to this drought many wells have “gone dry” and people were left with no water. There are several steps we can take to make sure your family gets the water it needs. We strongly recommend that you have […]

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Removing a Stuck Pump

acidizing a well from cjdrills on Vimeo. One of the most frustrating things that can happen to a well owner is getting the water pump stuck inside the well. Believe it or not, this tends to happen quite a bit. The reason why, is because there is very little room between the walls of the […]

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C&J hit a hole in 1!

We just drilled this huge well for a golf course in Whitestown, Indiana. The well produces over 300 gallons per minute! They’ve had several wells drilled throughout the years by other drillers, but unfortunately, they didn’t produce as much water as they needed to water the course. Luckily, they found C&J! We had to drill […]

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Developing a 12″ water well

  Well development is one of the most important aspects of well drilling. One of the final steps in the drilling process (before grouting and sealing) is developing the well. Once the well is drilled and the well casing has been set, we lower our drilling rods all the way to the bottom of the […]

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Drilling a dewatering well in downtown Indianapolis

Drilling Indy’s dewatering wells   It’s not everyday that the city of Indianapolis asks you to drill a dewatering well in the heart of downtown. Mainly because getting a massive rotary drilling rig in the crowded city can be a bit of a pain. But like always, we had a solution for this problem. Instead of […]

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Iron bacteria in well water – gross!

If you’ve never done this before, do it now… Go to your bathroom and lift up the lid of your toilet tank. What does it look like? If you don’t have any water softening equipment, chances are, your toilet tank looks pretty nasty. But why does it matter, right? It’s just the toilet. Just think […]

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Directional Boring

Many times there are things that get in the way of your water source, like driveways or streets for example. So what options do you have? Well, you could rip through the pavement and set your water line that way… but who wants to go through all that? As you can see in the video […]

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