Well Drilling & Hydro Fracturing

A Deeper Understanding of Wells

You don’t have to dig too far to find a number of well drilling companies operating throughout western and central Maryland.

But, Easterday-Wilson Water Services has been drilling wells for more than 70 years, and our track record speaks for itself. 

What Kind of Well Do You Need?

From small, domestic water wells to large diameter projects reaching depths of 1,000 feet – we do it all:

Domestic water

Private wells providing water to a residence.


Wells connected to a sprinkler or irrigation system for use outside of a home or commercial property.

Test wells

Wells used to assess the volume of groundwater, while collecting data for the design of additional wells.

Monitoring wells

Small diameter wells used to analyze groundwater level and quality.

Industrial wells

Wells used in major industrial settings, such as power plants, hydroelectric plants, ore and oil refineries, and manufacturing plants.

Municipal wells

Groundwater supply wells for city and/or county usage.

Geothermal wells

Systems that tap into the Earth’s natural and consistent heat source, using it to provide heating and cooling for residential homes and commercial properties. Available in open and closed loop configurations.

We Drill Better Wells

Water well drilling companies should be busy boring into the ground, not boring their customers with inconsequential details and hidden fees.

We consistently provide residential and commercial clients throughout Maryland, Virginia, Washington, D.C., West Virginia, and Pennsylvania with the most experienced, knowledgeable, and courteous drilling services available.

Easterday-Wilson also offers maintenance for all products, and is proud to install systems and equipment from the following manufacturers: 

  • Grundfos
  • Goulds Water Technology
  • Franklin Electric
  • Pentair
  • WellxTrol
  • Square D
  • Pulsafeeder
  • Master Watering Conditioning
  • Clack
  • Flek

Accreditations & Certifications

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