Quinlan Well Drilling - Cumberland County NJ

Cumberland County NJ Well Drillers Since 1958

Looking for Local Cumberland County NJ Water Well Drillers and Well Service & Pump Repair Companies? Look no further than Quinlan Well Drilling. Since 1958 we have been providing quality well services in the Cumberland County NJ area, including Well Drilling, Environmental Drilling, Well Pump Service, EMERGENCY NO WATER SERVICE, and more.

At Quinlan Well Drilling, we put our 60+ years of water well experience to work for you. As a small, local, family operated company located near the Jersey Shore, we provide personalized service that other Cape May County area water well companies simply can't match. As a local well company, we have considerable knowledge of aquifers that are unique to the South Jersey area, which is invaluable when providing services in Cape May County and other Jersey Shore areas.

We work with homeowners and business owners in Cape May County, as well as environmental consultants, engineering firms, architects, and more. Some of the qualities that have made Quinlan Well Drilling one of the most highly respected well drillers in South Jersey and the Jersey Shore include our reputation for high quality products and service, strong family work ethic, safety training and practices (including OSHA training for our employees), extensive knowledge of well equipment and tools, job site cleanliness, punctuality, and reasonable pricing.

A drilled well consists of a hole bored into the ground, with the upper part being lined with casing. The casing prevents the collapse of the borehole walls and (with a drive shoe or grout seal) prevents surface or subsurface contaminants from entering the water supply. The casing also provides a housing for a pumping mechanism and for the pipe that moves water from the pump to the surface. The quality of materials used in well construction is an important factor. Casing must meet certain specifications, since substandard pipe does not have sufficient strength to withstand driving without potential damage to the joints. Such damage may allow shallow or surface water to enter the well. The casing must also have a drive shoe attached to the bottom to prevent damage during driving and to make a good seal with the formation. In some applications, a grout seal of cement or bentonite may also be recommended to prevent contamination.
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