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Water Wells Drilling and Other Specialized Services in Beaumont, Camrose & Central Alberta

At Westar Drilling Ltd., we provide water well drilling services for oilfield and industrial sectors in Beaumont and Camrose. We ensure that all wells comply with government agencies for licensing purposes. Westar Drilling Ltd. has you covered no matter the location of your site. Call us today for a service.

What We Offer


Our wide variety of oilfield drilling and industrial services includes:

Water Wells

  • Groundwater Consulting Services
  • Domestic, Industrial, Municipal and Agricultural Water Wells
  • Water Well Tie In
  • Water Well Repair and Service
  • Flow and Recovery Testing
  • PVC and Steel Casing
  • Machined PVC and Stainless Steel Sand Screens
  • Backhoe Services

Specialized Services

  • Grounding Holes
  • Monitoring Wells
  • Piezometer Holes
  • Pre-Drilling
  • Dewatering Wells
  • Groundwater Consulting
  • Services Cistern Installations

Specialized Equipment

  • Auger Drilling
  • Environmental Drilling
  • Down Hole Camera Unit
  • Data Loggers
  • Backhoe Services
  • Boiler Unit Services
  • Gravel / Dump Truck Services
  • Shale Bin Clean Outs

Specialized Services FAQs

Here are some commonly asked questions for our specialized services:

What Does a Water Well Consist Of?

There are some basic components found in water wells that include: 

  • Casing: It is a cylinder structure placed in the well which maintains the well opening from the surface to the target groundwater.

  • Caps: These are placed on top of the casing to prevent insects, debris, or small animals from entering the well.

  • Screens: These are attached to the bottom of the casing to prevent too much sediment from getting into the well.

  • Jet pumps: These are mounted above ground and draw water from the well using suction (most commonly used for shallow wells).

  • Submersible pumps: The pumping unit is connected to a power source on the surface and placed inside the casing (most commonly used for deep wells).

Which Is the Best Location for a Well?

Proper well location is one of the key factors to ensure the safety of your well water. It is always recommended to locate the well in such a way that rainwater flows away from it. Rainwater can pick up harmful chemicals and bacteria from the surface of the land, and if it pools near your well, it is likely to seep into it and cause potential health risks.

Specialized Services and Equipment

We offer specialized services for agricultural, oilfield and industrial clients across Central Alberta.