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Community Wells

C. Miller Drilling is recognized across the State of Texas as one of the most experienced, capable, and best-equipped municipal and community well contractors. With wells all over the state of Texas, no company has greater expertise, experience, or capability. Having completed more than 150 municipal and community wells with depths of more than 2,700' deep, well casings up to 26" diameter, and producing up to 1,400 gallons per minute, C. Miller Drilling is equipped, experienced, and capable of tackling any well at any depth along with any size casing and pump system in the State of Texas.

Commercial Wells

C. Miller Drilling has served commercial businesses throughout East Texas. Our experience allows us to tackle even the most difficult and highly specialized commercial projects. We have the necessary equipment for large jobs requiring the utmost in reliability and performance. We also understand the importance of attention to detail where it matters most. We will even make your permit process fast and painless and will gladly help you acquire a permit if your county requires one. Whether your new well is to provide water for a single residence, an irrigation project, or an entire community, C. Miller Drilling is the best choice for the job.

Residential Wells

No well is more important than yours. Your residential well is as important to C. Miller Drilling as any project we contract. We understand that your everyday water supply deserves the utmost reliability and performance– from providing your family with the best quality water to keeping your irrigation system up and running. We take our responsibility to provide the absolute best water well service possible seriously. Our reputation demonstrates that C. Miller Drilling is the best choice to provide you with a quality residential well backed with dependable and responsive service.

Agricultural Wells

Since 1983, C. Miller Drilling has proudly served East Texas' agricultural needs. We have drilled thousands of wells for agricultural customers such as Pilgrim's Pride farms, Sanderson Farms, dairies, small and large hay farms, and other specialized agricultural customers. C. Miller Drilling remains trusted among ranches, farms, and business owners to provide the water supply essential to the health of horses and livestock, along with the water supply directly linked to production and crop yield. No company has more outstanding expertise in providing agricultural customers with what they need.

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Well Water

It's Naturally Better.

Northeast Texas and East Texas are blessed with some of the best quality deep well water available in the world. Most deep wells in Northeast Texas and East Texas draw their water from the Carrizo or Wilcox aquifers. This water has traveled through many miles of Mother Nature's sand filters. It is the safest source of uncontaminated, unpolluted water available.

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Asked Questions

  • How much water can I expect from a well?

    Most of the wells we drill can supply more water than the customer needs. There are areas, however, where water resources are limited or not present. Give us a call, and we will be glad to tell you what you can expect at your location.

  • What kind of water quality can I expect from a well?

    More than 90% of deep wells produce very desirable water and require no filtration to please the owners. There are areas, however, that are exceptions to this rule, and we would be happy to discuss the potential water quality you could expect at your location.

  • Is well water safe to drink?

    Yes! Well water is usually the safest source of drinking water available. Most deep well water entered the ground hundreds or even thousands of years ago before there were any man-made chemicals around. Well water is not as vulnerable to pollution, contamination, and disease as some of the sources of water where municipalities get their water.

  • How long does it take to get a well drilled?

    Our workload varies from as little as a week or two weeks to as much as two months. Give us a call, and we will tell you what our lead time is. Once on site, we usually complete a well and pump installation in two to five days.

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