24 Jun 2019

Our Well-Drilling Worldview

By Isaac J. Evans Comments Off on Our Well-Drilling Worldview

“Is the glass half-full, or is the glass half-empty?”pexels-photo-416528-Edited-1030x736

Whether in a job interview, philosophy class, or late night discussion with friends, most of us have encountered this question in some form or another. This immemorial question is often used as a litmus test to determine a person’s outlook on life. The pessimist will see the glass half-empty, negatively focusing on the fact that the glass isn’t using its full potential. Conversely, the optimist will say the glass is half-full, revealing their point of view as thankful and positive. However, there is another, often overlooked point of view of the Engineer. The Engineer looks at the glass and asks, “Why did someone build a glass twice as big as it needs to be?”

The question of the glass is generally rhetorical and situational, but one clear thought emerges— engineering matters. This is why C&J uses premier engineering throughout our company. Water well technology has come a long way from the days of guesswork, hand digging, and wooden buckets on a rope. These advances notwithstanding, well drilling is still very nuanced. Using our decades of experience, as well as the latest geological information available, our well drilling crews are able to help you locate a good place on your property that yields the best results for your needs, while complying with state regulations. Whether a well is used for your household, geothermal heating and cooling, or irrigation, C&J uses industry leading methods and technologies. We are always looking for innovative ways to improve and expedite our processes and procedures. Certainly the framework we choose to view the events of our lives is crucial and consequential. Here at C&J we are optimistic that, however you choose to look at the glass, we can make sure the water in it is fresh and safe. Contact us for more details!