In business since 1945, AAA Greene Bros Well Drilling of Sylva is a leader in water well drilling. Our certified well drillers offer exceptional service to residential and commercial customers in Sylva, NC and the surrounding areas. We construct new wells and can (depending on circumstances) drill existing wells to a deeper depth to alleviate water shortages. We are also capable of repairing and/or replacing well liners and repairing well leaks.
Our Well Drilling Services Include:
New well construction for homes, businesses, and subdivisions
Deep well drilling
Well liner repair and/or replacement
Well leak repairs
Certified flow tests
State certified well drillers
Free well estimates
Licensed and insured, our service area includes Sylva, Webster, Cullowhee, Tuckasegee, Highlands, Cashiers, Toxaway, Sapphire, Glenville, Dillsboro, Franklin, Whittier, Cherokee, Bryson City, Alarka, and Almond. Call us to see if we service your area.
Contact AAA Greene Bros Well Drilling Of Sylva today at 828-586-5550 or firstname.lastname@example.org for all of your well drilling needs.
STEPS TO DRILLING A WELL
STEP 1 — Obtain a well permit from your county’s health department (see links and forms below)
STEP 2 — Call Greene Brothers at 828-586-5550 or email at email@example.com
STEP 3 — Tim Mathis, Well Coordinator, will set up a meeting with you at your location.
STEP 4 — If you would like a written estimate, Tim will send a written quote by email or the postal service. The cost per foot to drill only includes drilling the well and grout. Casing will be an additional charge. The pump system is a different charge that will be quoted separately.
STEP 5 — Sign and return the written estimate which authorizes us to drill at your location.
STEP 6 — You will be contacted by telephone or email when we are ready to begin drilling at your location.
STEP 7 — Drilling begins.
STEP 8 — You will then receive a bill in the mail which is due in 30 days.
STEP 9 — Decide if you want to install the pump system or wait to a later date. This is a separate charge from the drilling process.