Ace Well Drilling

Have a well drilling-related question? We have the answer. Check out these FAQs and give us a call today for more information!

What is geothermal heating and cooling?

We use the crust of the earth to heat and cool a home or building. There is no lava or electricity generation involved. Give us a call today for more information about geothermal drilling!

How does geothermal heating and cooling work?

Geothermal heat comes from the earth’s core. According to the EIA, scientists have discovered that the temperature of the earth’s inner core is about 10,800 degrees Fahrenheit (°F), which is as hot as the surface of the sun. The ground beneath our feet is warmer than the outside air in the winter and cooler in the summer. Inserting a series of small pipes into the ground allows heat to be transferred to and from your home. In this process, heat is not created; it is transported; therefore, no fuel is burned. If you want to know more about what is involved in the heating and cooling process, contact our team today. We’re experts when it comes to geothermal drilling. Contact our team today!

What are the benefits of water wells?

At Ace Well Drilling, our expertise in water well drilling is unparalleled. We’re passionate about this service because it provides our customers with a range of benefits. Residential water well drilling provides homeowners with an independent water source, reducing dependence on municipal supplies. This autonomy is especially valuable during periods of water restrictions or shortages, ensuring your garden remains vibrant and healthy.

Is there a cost savings with having a water well?

At Ace Well Drilling, no one knows water drilling better than us. We’re passionate about providing a service that helps our customers save money. While the initial investment in well drilling may seem substantial, the long-term cost savings are significant. Homeowners can potentially enjoy lower water bills, as well as reduced maintenance costs associated with traditional irrigation systems.

How does the drilling of a water well work?

For water well drilling, our expertise is unmatched. We first start off with a thorough assessment of the property to determine the best drilling location. Geologic surveys help identify groundwater sources, ensuring optimal well placement. Once the site is selected, state-of-the-art drilling equipment is employed to reach the aquifer beneath the surface. Casing is then installed to prevent soil contamination and stabilize the well structure. Finally, a pump system is integrated, allowing homeowners to access the well water for their irrigation needs. With advancements in drilling technologies, the process is efficient, minimally invasive, and tailored to the unique landscape characteristics of Massachusetts and Rhode Island residential properties.

What is the difference between a submersible and a jet pump?

Property owners can choose between submersible and jet pumps based on well type and depth. Submersible pumps, placed underwater, are known for their efficiency, while jet pumps, situated above ground, are suitable for shallower wells. To discover more of our services, you can contact our team to ask questions about well or geothermal drilling!

Do water well pumps need routine maintenance?

Regular maintenance is key to optimal pump performance. Property owners should schedule periodic inspections, check for wear and tear, adjust pressure settings, and promptly address any issues to extend the life of the pump and maintain its efficiency. Give our team a call when you’re looking for well drilling or maintenance services!