We offer water well drilling for both residential and commercial customers seeking new wells in both the Mat-Su Valley and almost anywhere on Alaska's road system. When you call us, we research your property and all nearby wells so that we can provide you with as much information as possible so that you can plan and budget accordingly. We want to make your well project as stress-free as we can!
Did the earthquake shake up your well? Have you been having problems getting enough water, or is your water dirty? Call us and we can help you diagnose the problem. Our driller and owner, Frank, is an expert when it comes to fixing water wells and getting you good water!
After we drill your well, we can help you get your pump set. If you want, we can arrange the pump-setting for you by working with a local company. We coordinate it so that you don't have to! We also can help you find the right excavation service to plumb your line to your residence.
Our general rate for residential customers in the broader Palmer and Wasilla areas is $42/foot. Call us today at 907-795-2531 with your specific location so that we can tell you your rate and any potential charges so that you can start planning for your new water well. We can also travel to other locations on the road system and we drill year-round!
Clearwater Wells is a water well drilling company owned by long-time Mat-Su Valley residents Frank and Carin Meyer. Frank and Carin live in Palmer, Alaska, with their two sons.
Frank is an experienced driller and mechanic who also owns Meyer's Equipment Repair, a heavy equipment and mobile mechanic business that he has operated for many years. Frank expanded into water well drilling after working in directional drilling and then with a local water well drilling company here in the Mat-Su Valley.
Frank and Carin own an Ingersoll-Rand air rotary drill rig that can drill quickly through tough terrain. They consider themselves fortunate to employ their nephew, Mitch, as their hard-working drilling helper. Both Clearwater Wells and Meyer's Equipment Repair are Inupiaq/Alaska Native-owned and operated.
Clearwater Wells is a member of the Alaska Water Well Association and is licensed, bonded, and insured.