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Licensed & Certified Well Drillers & Pump Installers. Most wells drilled in one day!

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A water well is only as good as the person who drills it. At Dahlman Pump and Well Drilling Inc. we use modern, up-to-date equipment. We drill six to fourteen inch diameter wells to depths of up to 1000 feet. Most of our wells are constructed of steel casing. This insures that the well is structurally sound and has a long life. We service the Western Washington area to the Canadian border. Our knowledge and experience saves you money. We assure you that your job will be done efficiently and quickly while never sacrificing quality. With two air rotary drills, we will meet the demands of your well drilling project. We also serve your needs with a fully-equipped retail store. Our History is a family-owned and operated business serving Northwest Washington since 1950. It is one of a few well drilling firms who are licensed by the state of Washington to install pumps. We have three state-licensed pump installers and a journeyman electrician on staff. National Ground Water Association has certified three of our drillers and three of our pump installers as being experts in their field. The staff at Dahlman Pump & Drilling has over 50 years experience in the water industry. Scott Fowler is past president of the Washington State Ground Water Association. He also sits on numerous county and national committees relating to ground water issues. Bruce Fowler is a licensed well driller, state licensed pump installer, and certified in backflow protection. We use modern up-to-date equipment in drilling, pump installations, and water filtration. We believe our knowledge and experience will deliver to you the best product possible and save you money. Please feel free to stop by our complete retail store or call us with any water questions you may have.

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Regular Hours:
Mon - Fri
Sat - SunClosed

Contact Info

Phones:

Main - 360-419-5125

Fax - 360-757-7353

ExtraTollFree - 800-277-4898

Address:
17313 Cook Rd Bow, WA 98232
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Electricians, Inspection Service, Oil Field Equipment, Oil Well Drilling, Oil Well Drilling Mud & Additives, Oil Well Services, Plumbing Fixtures, Parts & Supplies, Pumps, Pumps-Service & Repair, Water Treatment Equipment-Service & Supplies, Water Well Drilling & Pump Contractors, Water Well Drilling Equipment & Supplies
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Submersible and Jet PumpsDahlman Pump offers a wide variety of pumps to choose from. The majority of pumps that are installed in wells today are submersible pumps. We service submersible, shallow well and deep well jet pumps, in-line turbine pumps, and centrifugal pumps.

Pump Testing,Repairs,Filtration System,Ground Water,Water Well Drilling The quality of water in the Pacific Northwest is exceptionally better than the rest of the country. Most wells do not require any filtration

Mother Nature has done it for you. Now that you have the property of your dreams, what do you do? You want to build the dream house, but you need water in order to get your building permit. Where do you start? The first major issue is where the property is located. Some counties in the Pacific Northwest require county site approval before the well is drilled. For a fee the county will inspect the site and give their approval of the location of the well. After the location is chosen, the drill rigs will move onto the site. The site must be somewhat level and clear. The driller will drill an oversized hole to a minimum of 18 feet. The surface seal or ecology seal will be placed in this oversized hole as required by state law. The purpose of the surface seal is to keep surface water from following the casing down to the aquifers below. This prevents any chance of contamination.

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