All drillers in the state must be licensed by the State of Tennessee.
Before the drilling process can begin, we must fill out a Notice of Intent to be sent to the state. After the well has been drilled, we submit a Well Report within 60 days, which will be entered into the state database. This information may be retrieved at a later date.
Wells are priced by the foot for both the drilling and the casing. Landers Well Drilling has no minimum charge; we only charge for the footage drilled. If water is hit on top of the solid bed rock in a bed of gravel, the state will permit the use of PVC plastic well casing that meets the state's standard on thickness. If water is achieved in the limestone bed rock, the state requires the use of steel casing. We use galvanized steel, which will not rust or corrode.
We are also required to collect a 75 dollar State Inspection Fee that we must send to the state.
All wells must be...
These laws are to ensure there is no contamination to the well. Landers Well Drilling has no control over these laws, and we must abide by them.
When wells need to be abandoned or plugged, it must be done so by a licensed driller. This must be done with a cement or bentonite grout.