Cribley Well Drilling is looking to
hire several motivated individuals to train in the water well industry. Duties will include working with lead crew
members on well Drilling, well Hook up, and well service. A Class
B-CDL with tanker endorsement would be very useful in our line of work; although
a CDL certification it is not required it would be a great addition to your
application. Hourly wages will depend on
your qualifications. We ask that any applicants be prepared to
work until the job is complete, also be physically able to lift 50-95lbs. Benefits are available as well as 401k program
with a company match (401K age requirement 21 and one year of service).
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.
10/6/13 Dear Cribley Drilling Company, Your company drilled three wells for a closed-loop geothermal system in our front yard last Monday September 30. Troy and Travis (plus a lot of impressive machinery) did this job for us, and I wanted to thank you and especially them for doing a great job. They worked extremely well together, and went to late hours to get the job done in one day. They also took care to do minimal damage to the yard, which was difficult due to tight restrictions of room to maneuver. We really appreciate the extra effort by these two guys, they are a definite credit to your company. -Steve Olson Ann Arbor
9/28/13 Cribley Drilling Company, I recently had some work done at my home by your company and wanted to commend the men who did the job. I don’t have the names of all of them, but both teams of two men were very impressive as being professional. In a business where more time is more money, these men got right to their task and worked quickly and efficiently together to get the job done. Each man knew what the other man needed without having to be told or asked to do anything. I am 86 years old. I had worked as a foreman for many years and I have never seen this kind of teamwork at my job or anywhere else. In a time when people tend not to take pride in a job well done, I would just like to say that these men did a job, did it well, and I am pleased to have made their acquaintance. Word of mouth is the best advertisement and I will be sharing this experience with others. Thank you. -Don Eiseman
Cribley Well Drilling and Champion Water Treatment, two great names one great company.