2.78 million trillion
It is estimated that on the entire planet Earth, there are 2.78 million trillion gallons of groundwater. This makes up 30.1% of the world’s freshwater.
In the United States of America, over 15 million households depend on private ground water wells for their water usage, both indoors and outside.
Those 15 million households each use, per year, an average of 100,000 gallons, all sourced through wells, and mostly all stored in water storage tanks.
Groundwater wells can reach depths of more than 1,000 feet. Based on the depth of the well being used, there are a variety of water storage tanks and pumps that can be used to get the water to the surface and store the water safely. The majority of modern wells are dug using professional well drilling services and well digging services. If done well, those same professionals can also handle any remaining water well needs: water well sealing, basement sump pump installation, waterproofing, and water storage tanks.
Each individual American resident, on average, uses 100 gallons of water per day, further proving the importance of reliable, professional, and up-to-date water storage tanks, sump pumps, and well maintenance.
99% of our world’s water is undrinkable, too salty, or trapped in ice caps. That means we have to be responsible, ethical, and call on the experts to make sure that 1% of water that is usable, is used well.
If you or someone you know is looking into finding the highest quality well digging services available, try these tips to find the best:
- How long has the company provided these services? The longer, the better.
- Does the company also handle associated products? The more comprehensive the services listed, the more reliable you can count on the company to be.
- Is the company licensed or members of professional organizations? Depending on location, companies can be licensed through their state Department of Health, have a Well Water license, and belong to organizations like the National Groundwater Association, as well as more local to the area Associations of Groundwater Professionals.
- Customer reviews and comments. Also ask around in your area for personal recommendations or suggestions, and check online for a broader scope of reviews.