Jelinek Well Drilling, Inc. is based in Rhinelander, Wisconsin and services these general areas: Lac du Flambeau, Manitowish Waters, Mercer, Boulder Junction, Elcho, Pelican Lake, Minocqua, Woodruff, Eagle River, Sugar Camp, Crandon, Tomahawk, Lake Tomahawk, Sayner, St. Germain, and Three Lakes.
We know that quality drinking water is important to you and your family and we take that responsibility very seriously. By staying ahead of the latest technologies and conforming to all current licensing and well drilling regulations, we strive to be the best! Whether you need a new well drilled in Manitowish Waters WI, or an old well serviced in Pelican Lake WI, we encourage you to contact us for a free consultation.
After a site is chosen for a new well, our crew will set up the drill rig and start by sliding in the first drill rod with the bit inside the first length of casing. It is then picked up with the winch line and the drill rod is connected to the top head. A hardened, forged drive shoe is welded on to prevent damaging the casing end.
The top head is engaged, the compressor turned on, the casing hammer is set on top of the casing and the drilling starts. As the carbide-tipped tri-cone bit is drilling, high volumes of air are blowing cuttings up the casing and out the chute of the casing hammer. The drill bit is drilling one to two feet ahead of the casing while the 2500-pound weight of the casing hammer pushes the casing in the newly drilled hole.
Your well water located beneath the ground surface of your property is brought into your home by a pump fixed below the surface known as a submersible pump. At Jelinek Well Drilling, we know how important it is to find the right submersible pump for the job you need to do and we offer several different types of submersible pump systems.
When we get on site we can recommend the right system to fit your needs to get the job done right. Basically there are four different submersible pump systems that we can custom fit to each home owner's specific situation.