Full Metal Drilling
Full Metal Drilling Inc. is a water well drilling and servicing company that was incorporated by Nick Skinner and Cody Meropoulis on May 10th, 2012. We are both journeyman water well drillers with more than 30 years of combined experience in the industry. At Full Metal Drilling Inc., it is our focus to provide you with the best value for your money. We ensure that only high-quality products and the most appropriate construction materials are used for every well we drill or service, thus ensuring the longest well life possible.
Over the past eight years we have built a solid client base by providing great customer service and fast response times to service calls, and through our passion for water wells, we guarantee all our work is of the highest quality possible at a very competitive price.
We are proud members of the Goulds Professional Dealers Association. So when you purchase any Goulds Water Technology product from us, you get the added benefit of extended warranty and great service.
At Full Metal Drilling Inc., we understand the inconvenience of not having water and that’s why we make it our top priority to respond to service calls as quickly as possible in order to get your water flowing again. When it comes to our families, we trust Goulds Water Technology to maintain a reliable supply of water.
As a member of the Alberta Water Well Drilling Association we are committed to the sustainability of groundwater. We do this by ensuring all of our wells are constructed in conjunction with the water act set forth by Alberta Environment and Water, and by promoting groundwater awareness we show people how to protect it responsibly.
In June 2006 Alberta Environment and Water started a program called the working well program. This program is designed to provide well owners with the knowledge they need to gain a basic understanding of groundwater science, how a water well works, and how a well should be managed. They put on seminars every year that anybody can attend to gain a better understanding of their water and where it comes from. I personally have been a guest speaker at many of these seminars as a journeyman water well driller to help answer questions that people might have about water wells.
The working well program has lots of valuable resources that you should consider looking at if you have an existing well or are thinking about drilling a new well.
Here is a link to the Alberta Environment website where you will find various modules containing good unbiased information;
If you are thinking about shock chlorinating your well you may be interested in this section of the Alberta Water Well Drilling Association’s website;
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