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Don’t Have Enough Water?

We have the experience to help solve your issue!

Cyclone Drilling Provides Water Well Drilling to the Okanagan Valley

For service you can depend on for water well drilling from Kelowna to Penticton, Cyclone Drilling has you covered. Our heavy-duty equipment and excellent team of drillers can locate and construct your well and install the necessary pumping system. We are proud that we are able to offer services to residential, commercial, industrial, and municipal clients. We are an environmentally conscious company, since we know that water is a precious resource. Whether you want a source of clean drinking water for your home, or need an irrigation system for your commercial or industrial site, Cyclone Drilling can assist you in choosing the location of your well so that it produces water as efficiently as possible. We also offer geothermal well drilling for our industrial clients. While we cannot guarantee water, we can certainly guarantee our workmanship and that we bring experience and expertise to our work.

When you are showering and notice that the water pressure varies, or if your well runs dry in the winter, it’s possible that your well may be in need of repair. The best way to prevent repairs is maintenance, but also installing it correctly in the first place! Contact Cyclone Drilling to help ensure your well is well-placed from the get-go.

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Ready to Get Started?

It can be easy! We will guide you through the water well process.

Interested in Conserving Water?

If you rely on a water well for your home, there are many ways to conserve water. Here are some ideas:

Repair dripping faucets and leaking toilets

Wash clothes and dishes only when you have a full load

Turn off the water while you’re brushing your teeth or shaving

Consider installing low-flow, water efficient showerheads and faucets

These methods can save 35 gallons of water or more per day!

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