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Agricultural • Commercial • Geothermal • Municipal • Repair Service • Residential • Cathodic Anodes

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Licensed Worker - For well drilling and geothermal drilling, contact us in Corunna, Michigan, to get your own water well.

The Well Drilling Experts Serving Corunna, Michigan

I would like to introduce myself. I am Dan Cesal Jr., and I have been in the well business for 19 years now. I have done everything from residential, commercial, geothermal, municipal, agricultural wells, and also Cathodic Anodes. I started my own business in July of 2005. I have two boys, Jeffery 13, Kyle 12 and a wife Kerrie. We are honest and easy to work with. We like working with our customers to make sure they are happy and satisfied with the work we do. I am registered with the DEQ, MGWA, NGWA, and the IGSHPA. We service anywhere in Michigan and would like to help you if we can. Thank you for looking at our site and take a look at our Geothermal page. I have added new pictures on our geothermal page. If you need to get a hold of me, my cell number is (810-250-1378), thank you and have a wonderful day.

What to look for in a Drilling Company!

When you need water well construction you need to look for someone with experience like Cesal Well Drilling, LLC, someone who is helpful, friendly, honest, and has courteous service, and the best possible price and guaranteed work.
You want to choose a driller with an excellent reputation like Cesal Well Drilling, LLC that uses modern equipment, respects your property, and offers outstanding service, free estimates and service calls for a fee. Being a satisfied customer means you're informed about your water well construction and have a company like Cesal Well Drilling, LLC that can follow up after installation if needed to make sure you're happy.
Basic Elements of Well Construction

Where should the well be located?

Three important considerations exist for locating where your home or commercial water well will be drilled. It needs to be:
1. Away from sources of contamination
2. Convenient to power supply and pipe installation
3. Accessible for drilling rig and pump installing equipment
State laws also specify minimum acceptable distances between wells and other structures. Old and abandoned wells should be filled and sealed by a licensed well driller to avoid contamination of the new well.

What will your well cost?

Typically, wells are priced based on size and depth. After initial contact with Cesal Well Drilling LLC, we can meet you on site to discuss the project needs.

How much water will my well make?

There is no way to determine the amount of water a well will make until the well has been completed.

What type of equipment do we use?

Cesal Well Drilling, LLC is dedicated to providing the best possible well on the property that you or Cesal Well Drilling, LLC have selected. We use a state-of-the-art air rotary system that advances the bit by injecting water, along with compressed air, to clean the well bore and lift the cuttings and rock chips to the surface. Periodically the rig is stopped so that the driller can test for water.

Dan Cesal Jr. with Sons

What size wells do we drill?

Cesal Well Drilling, LLC installs a wide range of wells (4 inch to 12 inch) and is well equipped to service all your drilling needs, including geotechnical borings and investigational borings for bidding purposes or geological information.

What if we don't find water?

No ground water contractor wants to drill a "dry" hole. It is also unlikely, but it is difficult to guarantee finding water or to predict its quantity and quality. Therefore, most pricing includes this as a possibility.

Well Chlorination

It is the process of using chlorine in a well to kill potentially harmful microorganisms including Bacteria. The bacteria that contaminate the water are common in the soil and on most surfaces, and may enter the well during construction or maintenance. Therefore, complete and proper disinfection of the well and water system is an important step following the construction, repair, and maintenance of any well. When bacteriological water sample analysis indicates the presence of coliform bacteria, proper disinfection is one step to take to eliminate the contamination in a well.

Our Mission

We are very pleased to help our customers in any way we can, that we communicate with our customers so that have an idea of what is going on. Everyone knows that our customers are our number one priority. We get a lot of praise for being honest and dependable that our customers are referring everyone they know. We thank all of our customers for their business and hope to provide for them again in the future. I also like to thank the people for at least looking at our site and hope to be of some help to you in the future. If there is anything you would like to see on this site please contact us so we can provide the information you are looking for.

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Thank you for your interest. For questions or comments, please use the information listed here. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

(810) 487-0335
Dan's Cell: (810) 250-1378

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