Saskatchewan Drought
Our Clients Are The BEST!

I send my driller out to see what he could do, as he was in the area already.  When we got there, we discovered that she had a new osmosis system installed the previous year.  Strangely when she called the local guy to assist with a failing well, he sold her a 10,000 system that was unusable…

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Climate Change and Domestic Wells - Should We Worry?

According to Maclean’s in a 2018, Canada is in a vulnerable spot from ageing infrastructure climate change, floods/droughts, cyber-attacks, transboundary conflicts with the United States, contamination and the sale of water to foreign markets. ..

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Natural Springs In Saskatchewan

There are numerous theories about springs, some explanations about the phenomena are completely absurd while others are completely acceptable in certain cases. Natural springs in Saskatchewan are visibly flowing and may be deep seated but …

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Water Well Contamination

The reality is, many drilling companies currently operating in Saskatchewan are unable or not interested in grouting properly. Pressurized grouting is an important and key part of water well drilling…

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A Call From South Africa

Wolverine Drilling Inc. was still willing to assist with his well, he explained his trouble with finding literature about his current system and apologized for trying to mislead me about his location.  He feared that we would not help him …

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Clean and Reliable Water Source in Saskatchewan

Reliable water is an important resource that Saskatchewan requires to continue to develop and grow.  Water allows for new industry, greater herd numbers, farm expansions and is needed to build the “Heart of Saskatchewan”, our small towns that many call home….

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Woes of Dug Out Water in Saskatchewan

As a child I recall our dug-out water was yellow in spring, brown and even black in the cold months. It required massive amounts of chlorination or a product called bluestone to attempt to manage it. Yet I also clearly remember times in my youth where the water …

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Does Equipment Really Matter When Drilling a Water Well?

It is important to use new modern methods such as modern electronic logging with spontaneous potential Resistivity and Gama.   Newer models take measurements every inch so areas with clay lenses can be avoided and better areas with increased flow utilized more. We are then able to

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Water Testing Kits - A Cautionary Note

The Saskatchewan Water Agency is warning the public that water testing kits are being left on doorsteps.  These kits are questionable as the bottles do not appear to be sterilized. The main purpose of these kits is to have a private agency/business test the water and …

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Slow Well - Now What?

When a well is drilled and the pump rate is not as predicted, our best advice is to utilize water management practices for the water it does produce within healthy parameters for the aquifer.  So now you have a slow well - now what? …

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Water Well Drillers

Not all water well drillers are equal. The basic water well drilling methods have not change for decades.  Many drillers in Saskatchewan today still use older methods of driller and old technology.  Wolverine Drilling Inc works for clients, so we run …

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Drilling in Saskatchewan

Drilling in Saskatchewan can be many things in Saskatchewan.  It can be successful, and a disappointment based on what your intention, requirement is. For some a well producing at …

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Water...What Oceans Are Made Of

Some properties in Saskatchewan might have a beautiful view but have a 98.5% percent failure rate of ever finding water.  Other locations seem mundane, yet they are sitting above huge reservoirs of fresh water.  For me, the mundane property holds far more …

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Well Failure

Winter is especially hard on some shallow aquifers. This is because winter is cold and there is no liquid precipitation recharging aquifers. Quite often during winter, wells that rely on shallow aquifers tend to slow pump rates.  Be aware …

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Green Energy May Actually Be Gray

Industrial Wind Turbines can create vibrations that can migrate natural fine material that clog or stop water wells from producing.  This is a phenomenon that is well documented but often overlooked.  Leaving many home owners …

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What is Agrihood?

Here in Saskatchewan, Agrihood is developing and trending upwards fast as it a way to live a life potentially free of pesticides and remain in control of your own vegetables and fruit for you and your family.

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Ancient Wells of the Past

The use of water wells has been reported to being used 4000 years ago in Syria and Egypt.  Not all parts of the world at this time were using wells as a water supply. It is suggested that yearly wells were first made in rocky bolder areas where a natural spring could be found.

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