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Moore's Well Drilling Inc has been serving the community of Putnam County and surrounding counties with the best quality well drilling and water pump services for over 60 years.

We understand how important your water supply is and with Moore's Well Drilling Inc you are choosing a family team you can trust.

Our dedicated and knowledgeable staff will work with you to decide the best location and depth for your well to obtain the best possible results for water quality.

We use the best quality materials and equipment on every job to ensure the safety and stability of your well.

We offer a variety of services such as well drilling, pump installation and repair, water treatment and routine maintenance.

We have the tools and experience needed to get the project done quickly and efficiently.

  • Well Drilling
  • Water Treatment
  • Pump Sales
  • Pipe Fitting
  • Salt Delivery
  • Aerator Cleaning Service

Family History

Over 60 years ago Winston “Winky” Moore started our company he faithfully worked till the age of 82.

Ronald Moore the current President has been working in Well Drilling and Water Treatment for over 40 years, he started with assisting and learning from his father Winston. Ronald’s wife Mary Sue Moore has been working at Moore’s Well Drilling Inc. for over 30 years and has successfully ran the office and assisted Ron in the field when necessary. Ron has now brought his daughters and son-in-law into the business.

Tabatha Westberry is the Office Manager and license as a water well contractor. Chris Westberry has recently rejoined the company as the Operations Manager. Katie Moore is the Assistant Office Manager working towards her well drilling license.

Over the years different family members have worked in the business to keep Winston’s dream of a successful well drilling company alive. For over 60 years we have successfully serviced Putnam, St. Johns & Clay County. We proudly continue to provide our customers with excellent service and products.

Meet Our Team

Ronald Moore

OWNER

MARY SUE MOORE

VICE-PRESIDENT

TABATHA WESTBERRY

OFFICE MANAGER

KATIE MOORE

ASSITANT OFFICE MANGER

Christopher Westberry

OPERATIONS MANAGER

Adam Hill

TECHNICIAN

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Moore' s Well Drilling Inc.

Last week was very exciting for us here at Moore's Well Drilling Inc. We got our new rig and we are drilling this week. We want to thank all our customers who have patiently waited for us to get a new rig. We would also like to thank our sub driller who so graciously worked with us for the past few years. Without all of you this would not be possible. ... See MoreSee Less

Last week was very exciting for us here at Moores Well Drilling Inc. We got our new rig and we are drilling this week. We want to thank all our customers who have patiently waited for us to get a new rig. We would also like to thank our sub driller who so graciously worked with us for the past few years. Without all of you this would not be possible.

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What a wonderful Monday it is.
We have openings for service calls today.
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We are here for you! If you experience problems with your home's water please give us a call. 386-328-1448 or 904-584-5838
THIS MONTH’S TOPIC: Coronavirus and Private Well Services

If you rely on a private well for your home’s water supply and live in an area under a “shelter in place” order as the country combats the COVID-19 outbreak, you may be wondering what happens if you experience issues with your well.


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These orders, enacted by states and local governments, require citizens to stay home unless absolutely necessary and temporarily close “non-essential” businesses.

Fortunately, work related to water and wastewater has been deemed critical to national infrastructure (as per a memo issued by the Federal Cyber Security and Infrastructure Security Agency).



The National Ground Water Association (NGWA) wants private well owners to know:

Services to your water systems, including pump installation, water testing, and water well drilling, are still available during any “shelter in place” or “lock down” order.



“If you are currently drilling a water well or need work done to your water system please contact your local water well contractor,” says NGWA CEO Terry S. Morse CAE, CIC. “Our members know their services are essential to their communities and are working hard to keep the water flowing for their customers.”



NGWA has created a resource center on its website for members that provides tools, a checklist for safe home visits, and more to ensure groundwater professionals can continue to safely work during this unique time.



Stay safe, stay well
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We are here for you! If you experience problems with your homes water please give us a call. 386-328-1448 or 904-584-5838 
THIS MONTH’S TOPIC: Coronavirus and Private Well Services

If you rely on a private well for your home’s water supply and live in an area under a “shelter in place” order as the country combats the COVID-19 outbreak, you may be wondering what happens if you experience issues with your well.

 
Image
 
These orders, enacted by states and local governments, require citizens to stay home unless absolutely necessary and temporarily close “non-essential” businesses.

Fortunately, work related to water and wastewater has been deemed critical to national infrastructure (as per a memo issued by the Federal Cyber Security and Infrastructure Security Agency). 

 

The National Ground Water Association (NGWA) wants private well owners to know:

Services to your water systems, including pump installation, water testing, and water well drilling, are still available during any “shelter in place” or “lock down” order.

 

“If you are currently drilling a water well or need work done to your water system please contact your local water well contractor,” says NGWA CEO Terry S. Morse CAE, CIC. “Our members know their services are essential to their communities and are working hard to keep the water flowing for their customers.”

 

NGWA has created a resource center on its website for members that provides tools, a checklist for safe home visits, and more to ensure groundwater professionals can continue to safely work during this unique time.

 

Stay safe, stay well
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