Mashburn Well Drilling, Inc.
Water Well Drilling Services
Trying to tap into the natural resources that are just underneath your feet? It’s time to think about calling a well drilling professional to help you extract water and more from beneath the surface of your property. Call Mashburn Well Drilling, Inc. for your project to ensure quality service from experienced professionals – we’re a 3rd generation family-owned business that commits to the best possible well drilling services every time!
One of the most important parts of owning a home is procuring a safe, potable supply of drinking water. However, for some, this is easier said than done. City residents have access to the municipal drinking water. However, if your home is in a rural area, you may need to draw your own water from the ground. That’s no problem with the professionals at Mashburn; we’ll drill a well that takes into account your current needs and the future of your property. Factors we take into consideration includes:
- Available aquifers
- Well Depth
- Tank size
- Household needs
- Number of water fixtures
- People living in the home
Why Choose Mashburn Well Drilling, Inc?
We proudly serve Decatur, IL and the surrounding areas. We are state licensed and very experienced in well drilling and pumps installation. We use cable tool drilling rigs on all of our water well drilling projects. Our experience and knowledge of the area allows us to offer reliable and quality service quickly, now and for years to come.
Ultimately, customers have made us their first choice for well drilling since 1938 because we offer:
- Years of Experience
- Friendly Service
- Careful Project Planning
- High-Quality Products
Water Well Drilling
Well drilling is the process of drilling a hole in the ground for the extraction of a natural resource such as ground water, brine, natural gas, or petroleum, for the injection of a fluid from surface to a subsurface reservoir or for subsurface formations evaluation or monitoring.
Gould Pump Systems
Goulds Pumps manufactures water pumps and wastewater pumps for residential and commercial water systems and applications. The trusted Goulds Pumps name can be found on a full range of pump products. Goulds Pumps is a global leader in pumps for the water technologies and industrial markets, producing the world’s leading line of residential water well pumps. The Goulds Pumps product portfolio includes submersible water pumps, well pumps, sewage pumps, jet pumps, sump pumps, effluent pumps and centrifugal pumps. Goulds Pumps continues to lead its market segments through the introduction of innovative and energy efficient products designed to meet the vital needs of people and industries around the globe.
Well Pump Installation
The well pump, or water pump, is the heart of the system. It is what pumps water upward and into the household or designated water system. Well pumps rely on centrifugal force in order to force water upward. Spinning rotors, known as impellers, create a vacuum that forces water upward through the well casing and into the distribution system. The type of pump required for a well system would depend on the depth of the well and the amount of water required for the household.
Geothermal energy is heat energy generated and stored in the Earth. Thermal energy is the energy that determines the temperature of matter.
Geothermal drilling is the process of creating boreholes in the earth to extract the earth’s heat.
You can read more about this process on our Geothermal Drilling page!
Geothermal Loop Installation
Once installed, the loop in a Geothermal system remains out of sight beneath the Earth’s surface while it works unobtrusively to tap the heating and cooling nature provides.
The length of the loop depends upon a number of factors, including the type of loop configuration used; a home’s heating and air conditioning load; soil conditions; local climate; and landscaping. Larger homes with larger space conditioning requirements generally need larger loops than smaller homes. Homes in climates where temperatures are extreme also generally require larger loops.
Well Pump Repair
If you’re experiencing problems such as decreased water pressure, dirty water, air or odd noises coming from the faucet, you may have a well pump problem. Unusually high electric bills may be a clue as well. This could indicate that your pump is running continuously to maintain water pressure. Anything that puts a strain on the pump can cause a premature failure. While these are obvious problems, there are other problems that may be a bit less obvious and may need some investigation to diagnose and repair.
Grundfos Constant Pressure Pump System
Constant Pressure Pump Systems use variable speed technology to eliminate fluctuations in water pressure. The speed of the pump changes to meet the demand for water, while keeping pressure constant throughout the system. The Grundfos CME Plus makes it possible to customize water pressure by the touch of a button.