If you are searching for local water well drillers for your Santa Rosa property or project, the chances are good that you are wondering where to dig. At Western Ground Water Surveyors, we accurately locate groundwater and can even determine the depth and probable yield before you pay a rig to show up on your property and drill.

This takes the mystery out of searching for groundwater. We can survey up to eight sites for the same cost as drilling one hole with our scientific and proven electro-seismic method. You are no longer forced to “drill ‘till it fills” or hire a water dowser to survey the land until a rod or stick shouts: “Dig here!” Our proven method, joined with our full slate of geotechnical services, provides our Northern California clients with a complete, accurate picture of where and how much water is on your site.

Avoid Wasting Your Money!

Throwing money into a dry hole is more than just disheartening and costly. It is avoidable. To find viable locations for licensed water well drillers, we study existing geologic maps and cross-sections. These give us an understanding of what is already known about your site’s geology. Next, the use of aerial photographs increases this knowledge. We then find out where neighboring wells are located. We dig small holes in the most promising sites and send a compression wave into the ground. We can interpret the data using specialized equipment to provide a detailed look at water depth, thickness, and quality.

We take the needs of our customers very seriously and focus on every detail of your project. If you live in the greater Bay Area, the Sacramento valley, the Sierras or the north coast, this means you no longer have to hire licensed water well drillers to perform unsuccessful work. We take great pride in building solutions for the most challenging water and geologic issues. By combining our groundwater services with a wide array of geotechnical services we can make working with local water well drillers in Santa Rosa a successful and cost-effective experience. Contact us online or call us at (707) 837-6247. If you have water on your site, we will help you find and manage it!