Archive for Well Maintenance

Large well in Broadripple

The images below show a well that we recently worked on. This was a 10″ well we drilled for a huge public pool in Broadripple. We installed a 4 horse power specialty pump in the well. The purpose of the well is to fill several outdoor pits that feed the pool, and our 4 horse […]

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Replacing pressure tank for wells

Replacing Pressure Tank Do you currently have uneven water pressure in your home? When you turn your water on, does your pressure switch click on and off? if so, you may want to look into our replacing pressure tank service.   A pressure tank for wells has an inner bladder bag or diaphragm bag that […]

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Well water system maintenance

Is it really that necessary? Yes, yes it is. Winter is quickly approaching, which means you probably had (or soon will have) your tires rotated, oil changed, and car tuned up to prepare for the nasty weather. Getting stuck in the middle of the road in the freezing cold is not something any of us […]

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Water Well Anatomy

Have you ever wondered how wells work?   Back in the day, a well was just a hole in the ground where people tried to get water. In theory, that’s exactly what wells are today; however, there is much more to a well than just being a hole. So what does a modern water well look like? […]

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Well Cleaning Special

Well Cleaning and Maintenance Special When was the last time your well was cleaned Did you know that well professionals recommend a well cleaning at least every seven years? Failure to do so can result in loss of water pressure, heavy amounts of sediment, and in some cases, as stuck pump! Your water well system […]

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“NATIONS WATER COSTS RUSHING HIGHER”

If you bought a newspaper this weekend you saw the front page article about higher water costs. If you didn’t see the article, you can find it HERE. While the nations municipal water costs are rushing out of control due to very top heavy management and the ever increasing federal government clean-water mandates, the cost […]

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Our hard work pays off

From the very beginning, C&J has taken pride in its customer relations. There have been several times when our employees have had to work extensive hours, to make sure that the customer is as satisfied as possible. But let’s be serious, you hear “our company really values it’s customers” and “customer always comes first” from almost […]

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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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