I had a 100 foot well drilled and no water was present. Sean Holmes came to my aid and hydrofractured my well. He was extremely determined to get water for me. I now have plenty of water for my home which was once a dry well. If Holmes Hydrofracturing wasn't there for me I would have had to had another well blasted which would have cost me thousands of dollars. He was extremely polite, caring and professional with his business and services. I strongly recommend Holmes Hydrofracturing Service. I can't say enough good things about his skills and business that he conducts.
Blake Thompson

Well Drilling| By Holmes Hydrofracturing

Most Canadians may take fresh water for granted, but for many Ontarians clean and reliable drinking water is more of a challenge . If you are looking for a company with solutions for a drilled water well for your home, cottage or business - Holmes Hydrofracturing is the leading choice for Southeastern Ontario. All work is done to meet the current Ministry of Environment standards.

The first step in the drilling process is to determine the most suitable location, and the procedure differs depending on the types of ground; rock, clay, sand, and boulders. This will affect the overall procedure and is crucial to know before beginning. The location can also affect minerals and metals found in the water. For this reason, during the drilling process we will repeatedly take soil samples to monitor the geology.

Are You ready for a Well?

Additional factors – such as property use- have to be taken into consideration before drilling; this includes property boundaries, planned constructions, ease of accessibility, and the well’s position in relation to the septic bed. As much of this information as possible should be provided prior to drilling to avoid any future headaches.

Safety is Essential

Once we strike water, flow has to be measured to ensure the number of gallons per minute is sufficient to your needs. Quoted wells are fully guaranteed, although we recommend testing your water twice a year. These tests are simple and expensive, but it’s important to monitor the water to ensure that minerals present in the ground don’t leech in and contaminate the water, no matter how slight.