Yes, Cribley Drilling Company is celebrating 70 years of well drilling and the thousands of loyal customers we have thanked for trusting us with their family’s water well and treatment systems over those years. It’s been a pleasure serving all of you. As we look forward to the next 70 years and many more thank yous to come, we can’t help getting excited about what the future holds and what new technologies and techniques we will use to better serve you. After all, water is our business and our passion.
We are also proud of our Champion Water Treatment division. A service we have been providing since 1979 to filter and soften water from the wells we constructed and also the ones done by others.
During 2016, we will be adding personal comments to this BLOG and offering some specials, as well as drawings for gift cards on our Facebook page. So be sure to join our mailing list (to the left the right of this post under Champion Water) and like us on Facebook.
We hope everyone had a chance to enjoy the “Big Truck and Emergency Vehicle Day” at Dexter District Library. The weather was perfect, the crowd was large, and our big well drilling rig was a hit for young and old alike.
And yes, Jack Clark came out of retirement (again) to share his love for big rigs and well drilling with the great folks that attended the Library’s event. Cribley Well Drilling hopes this becomes an annual event.
Cribley Well Drilling’s Version of “The Old Man and the Sea”.
Yes, Hemingway’s “Old Man and the Sea” is a classic work. Here at Cribley Well Drilling we have our own version of classic work.
When a delicate touch was needed to get a well drilled on North Lake, we had to send in the old rig and “the old man”. Yes, Jack Clark was called out of retirement to lend a steady eye and hand to the project. When called on to get the job done, you can count on Cribley Well Drilling. Owned and operated by the Clark family since 1963.
If you or your kids love big rigs and “more power” you’ll love Cribley’s new 2014 Versa-Drill V-100NG Drilling Rig.
Made in the USA and mounted on a 2014 Peterbilt 340, our new Versa Drill was built with plenty of power to handle any water well drilling or Geothermal drilling job. This new 2014 Versa-Drill is the 3rd in our Cribley line-up and comes equipped with 500/200 air, 3×4 centrifugal mud pump, 15 rod carousel (31/2″ x 20″, 9GPM water injection, built in 2″Bowie grouter, 12K winches with job booms, hose reel, and mounted on a 2014 Peterbilt 6×6.
Most will agree there is nothing more important for good health than pure drinking water. Many feel a quality Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water System is the best way to provide pure water. A good reverse osmosis system will remove 90 – 95% of contaminants from your water.
What makes a good system?
Reverse Osmosis Water Systems typically include a number of steps:
a sediment filter to trap particles, including rust and calcium carbonate
optionally, a second sediment filter with smaller pores
an activated carbon filter to trap organic chemicals and chlorine, which will attack and degrade thin film composite membrane reverse osmosis membranes
a reverse osmosis (RO) filter, which is a thin film composite membrane (TFM or TFC)
optionally, a second carbon filter to capture those chemicals not removed by the RO membrane
Whether you understand the process or have heard from friends and neighbors, Reverse Osmosis Drinking Systems provide the best water around.Call Champion Water @800 697-6485 for more information.