Since 1977 XL have been at the top of their field in well servicing, well testing, and well maintenance. The experience that three generations and over 40 years of knowledge gained in the industry is incomparable.


  • Well Drilling
  • Pump Changes
  • Pump Tests (2hrs – 60hrs)
  • Pressure Systems
  • Constant Pressure Systems
  • Well Chlorination
  • Electro Logging
  • Flow Test
  • Geothermal Drilling
  • Environmental Drilling
  • Monitoring Wells
  • Cistern Installations


  • Submersible Pumps
  • Jet Pumps
  • Pitless Adapters
  • Brass Fittings
  • Pressure Tanks & Tank T’s
  • Flow Controls
  • Constant Pressure Controllers
  • Submersible Wire
  • Submersible Hose
  • Splice Kits

For sale and rental options available.

Over the counter sales of products available, give us call and we’ll help determine what you need!



Customize rebuilt mobile conventional drill with over 20,000 lbs single line pullback and over 60,000 lbs pullback on 3 lines to match the 60,000 lbs working load derrick (mast). A Gardner Denver 6×8 Duplex mud pump, pumps 270 gpm at 300 psi. Rotary table is a Gardner Denver 10.25″ retractable table, making 16″ casing easily run when fully retracted. A load capacity of 20 tons @ 100rpm and a max table speed of 300 rpm.

  • Rig is mounted on a 2013 Peterbilt
  • Water truck – 2014 Kenworth Tri Drive 4100 gal flat water service tank
  • Electro log
  • 4500 Chevy cube van service truck fully equipped
  • 305 Lincoln Ranger welder/power plant on trailer
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Our service truck is fully equipped and ready to help you out at a moments notice.


Wells and cisterns both provide water, but they do it in different ways. A well, taps into a supply of groundwater, such as a spring or underground stream. Wells are built by digging into the earth and inserting reinforcements so that the sides of the well don’t collapse. A cistern, on the other hand is a container which is used for the purpose of storing water; cisterns can be found in various sizes all over Canada, above and below ground.


  1. No water hauling expense
  2. No water hauling inconveniences
  3. No water shortage
  4. Increased property value
  5. Eater wells constructed with stainless sand screens and PVC casing have the potential to last 100 years.


  1. May require water conditioning
  2. Annual well maintenance (well chlorination)

WATER WELL CONCLUSION: Proven results: lifetime supply of water for up to $30k including annual well maintenance.


  1. No water treatment required
  2. Initial setup cost of $15k – $20k depending on cistern composition, size, and location.


  1. Expense of water hauling
  2. Water shortage when hosting guests
  3. Waiting on water delivery truck(s)
  4. Waster costs increasing
  5. Decreased property value, and possibly denied a mortgage due to no self sufficiency of water.
  6. Haul your own water? Equipment needed: truck ($50k-$80k), water tank ($300+), and possibly a trailer for tank ($2,000-$3,500)
  7. Frozen water valves on your tank
  8. Unlike your mortgage your water bills will never end
  9. Life expectancy of about 25 years

CISTERN CONCLUSION: In 25 years for the expectancy of your cistern tank, whether you haul your water with the consideration of equipment replacement, fuel, and time OR have it hauled in by a contractor at todays rates… it will cost you roughly $100 per week and add up to $130,000 just for water plus your $15k-$20k installation is a grand total of $145k – $150k.