Welcome To JKA Well Drilling; A Lake Stevens Well Drilling Contractor

Looking to have a well dug, then you will need to have a skilled well digger provide you with the solutions that you need for your well. Maybe you are looking for water for human consumption like cooking or bathing. Even people that are on city tap water may consider having a well dug if they are concerned about contaminates that are in the city water supply. Whatever your reasons JKA Well Drilling is your skilled well digging professionals in the industry.

Our skilled Lake Stevens Well Drilling contractors have years of experience and knowledge in the industry and can provide you with the quality services that you seek. Having provided many wells for home owners all over the area our skilled professionals are here for your well digging needs. So give them a call today and see what they can do for you.

JKA Well Drilling – Lake Stevens Well Drilling

Since the first oriental well driller was successful in finding water over 3000 years ago people have been looking to well drillers to provide them with the fresh water that they need. the water that they need for cooking, cleaning and basic living. The skilled staff at JKA Well Drilling are your skilled professionals for all of your well digging needs. Having provided the wells that have provided the water for homeowners all over the are our skilled Lake Stevens well drilling contractors are ready to assist you today.

Another great use for a Lake Stevens well is for the gardener that is seeking to have fresh water for their garden. Having a well dug to provide the water you need for your garden is very cost effective and only after a few short grow season will have paid for itself through not having to pay for city water to water your garden. Especially when you consider that it takes 66 gallons of water just to produce one pound of vegetables. If you are a gardener then having a well is a great addition to your home.

When you compare water that is from your Lake Stevens well to the water that is provided through the city water services there simple is no comparison. No filter known to mankind can ever match the water cleansing ability of the earth. though water that is from the city is filtered it is often modified with additives and other chemicals that you would most likely be better suited to avoid. So if having a well dug sounds like something that you would like to have give our skilled staff a call today and see what they can do for you.

Lake Stevens – Well Pump Repair Contractor

One of the most vital parts of a well is the well pump, it is how the water will be carried from deep on the ground to be used by you. A well plumb needs to be properly cared for and maintained. having a Lake Stevens well company provide well pump repairs and services will ensure that your well will continue to produce the water that you need for many years to come.

Well pumps should only be serviced by skilled Lake Stevens well contractors as the have the experience and the knowledge needed to ensure that your well is in proper working order and that you will have trouble free use from your well.

So if you have a Lake Stevens well that needs to be serviced give the skilled professionals at JKA Well Drilling a call and have them provide you with the quality services that you need. Keeping your well functioning correctly is our business and we take great pride in providing you with the highest level of professionals service.

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Lake Stevens Water Filtration:

Water filtration is an essential element of any irrigation system. Irrigation systems require filtration to prevent unwanted debris and objects from entering the system where they can cause blockage or damage. Filters reduce maintenance of a system and also help to extend the life of irrigation equipment.

Sand is the number one culprit in damaging piping and other equipment. As sand or grit is washed through a system it can cause wear and tear on the parts, reducing the lifetime of the equipment. Some parts are more prone to the dangers than others. Automatic valves have narrow channels and chambers that can become damaged by sand and grit in the water. Even a small grain of sand can disrupt a sprinkler nozzle resulting in uneven watering patterns and dry patches.

Aside from sand there are other contaminants that can disrupt irrigation systems. Organic materials such as algae can grow inside pipes until they block the flow or a detached piece of growth can block a nozzle, spray, or emitter. Even if they do not directly block the system organic growths can collect other debris that is flowing through until they become a large enough clump to cause a blockage.

 

The Services We Provide In Lake Stevens, WA

Do you need help with your water system? 

If you need well repairs, a well inspection, a well drilled, or any of the other well and water system related services we provide, you can email us 24 hours a day at service@jkawelldrilling.com, or call us at 360-794-7300 (office hours are Monday-Friday, 730AM - 300PM).

4 Signs Your Well Pump Might Be Failing

Is your system trying to tell you somthing? Here in the United States water is one of the things we take most for granted, in regards to home ownership. If you live in a city, your water is most likely provided by the local water district and you pay for what you use....

What’s in your well water?

For the average person who has never owned a well before, water well filtration can feel like a very overwhelming topic. With so many different options and constant waves of new products it can be hard to know what you actually need and what is the best use of your hard earned money. This introduction will cover the common types of contaminants found in water wells, how they get into the water and the types of filtration required to address them.

Water Wells 101 – Where does my water come from?

How Water Wells Work and Where Your Water Comes From Despite the fact that 15% of Washington state residents receive their water from private water wells, but even more get their water from a public water systems fed by water wells.  Very few people actually know how...

Equipment Guide – Water Softeners

What is a Water Softener? Water softeners are technically called Water Conditioners and are used to make filtered water readily available for use.   Water softeners are designed to remove hardness from water. Water hardness, a measure of calcium and magnesium in the...

Frequently Asked Well Owner Questions

Frequently Asked Questions What kind of well do I have? What's a pressure tank even do? Where can I get water tested? What's arsenic? These are examples of frequently asked questions we hear a lot.  We're happy to help over the phone, so feel free to call, but maybe...

Common Problems Found During Well Inspections

Buying a house is a serious investment, and in today's market it’s incredibly risky.  Many people are foregoing inspections to get their offer on homes to be accepted.   The risks of not doing a well inspection during a real estate transaction are incredibly high -...

Periodic well cleaning or well rehab can keep wells producing

Periodically having your water well cleaned, or rehabilitated, is an important part of good maintenance for residential water well owners. Following are some signs that may indicate the need for a water well system cleaning: Changes in sediment or the water suddenly...

Sand, Screens and Open Area

Once water is discovered, it becomes drillers job to determine where the best place in the aquifer is to get the water. There's no such thing as an underground 'lake' in unconsolidated materials (sands, gravels, clay, etc) – all the aquifers are made up of sand &...

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We Proudly Serve

We Proudly Serve:

  • King County
  • Snohomish County
  • Kittitas County
  • Skagit County
  • Pierce County
  • Chelan County
  • Island County
  • Monroe, WA
  • Duvall, WA
  • Sultan, WA
  • Snohomish, WA
  • Woodinville, WA
  • Lake Stevens, WA
  • Marysville, WA
  • Mount Vernon, WA
  • Stanwood, WA
  • Silvana, WA
  • Arlington, WA
  • Smokey Point, WA
  • Darrington, WA
  • Granite Falls, WA
  • Machias, WA
  • Three Lakes, WA
  • Maltby, WA
  • Clearview, WA
  • Bothell, WA
  • Mill Creek, WA
  • Everett, WA
  • Lynnwood, WA
  • Edmonds, WA
  • Clinton, WA
  • Freeland, WA
  • Langley, WA
  • Carnation, WA
  • Fall City, WA
  • Preston, WA
  • Snoqualmie, WA
  • Skykomish, WA
  • Baring, WA
  • Grotto, WA
  • Index, WA
  • Gold Bar, WA
  • Sultan, WA
  • Startup, WA
  • Leavenworth, WA
  • Easton, WA
  • Cle Elum, WA
  • Money Creek, WA
  • Lake Joy, WA
  • Preston, WA
  • Ravensdale, WA
  • Kent, WA
  • Renton, WA
  • Issaquah, WA
  • Maple Valley, WA
  • Black Diamond, WA
  • Auburn, WA
  • Puyallup, WA
  • Milton, WA
  • Fife, WA
  • Tacoma, WA
  • Seattle, WA
  • Bellevue, WA
  • Redmond, WA
  • Newport, WA
  • Sammamish, WA
  • Hobart, WA
  • Covington, WA
  • Mercer Island, WA
  • Enumclaw, WA
  • Buckley, WA
  • Roy, WA
  • Bonney Lake, WA
  • Sumner, WA
  • Prairie Ridge, WA
  • Wilkeson, WA
  • South Prairie, WA
  • Enumclaw, WA
  • Lea Hill, WA
  • Orting, WA
  • South Hill, WA
  • Frederickson, WA
  • Shady Acres, WA
  • Summit, WA
  • Waller, WA
  • Lakeland, WA
  • Pacific, WA
  • Algona, WA
  • Carbonado, WA
  • Graham, WA
  • Elk Plain, WA
  • Melmont, WA
  • Yelm, WA
  • Fort Lewis, WA
  • Lakewood, WA
  • Lake City, WA
  • McChord, WA
  • Spanaway, WA
  • Midland, WA
  • Parkland, WA
  • Steilacoom, WA
  • Fircrest, WA
  • Lacey, WA
  • Olympia, WA
  • Dupont, WA
  • Anderson Island, WA
  • Longbranch, WA
  • Lakebay, WA
  • Vaughn, WA
  • Fox Island, WA
  • Arlondale, WA
  • Gig Harbor, WA
  • Carr Inlet, WA
  • University Place, WA
  • Allyn-Grapeview, WA
  • Grapeview, WA
  • Des Moines, WA
  • Burien, WA
  • Federal Way, WA
  • Vashon, WA
  • Olalla, WA
  • Parkwood, WA
  • Manchester, WA
  • Port Orchard, WA
  • Bremerton, WA
  • Seaview, WA
  • White Center, WA
  • Bainbridge Island, WA
  • Eagledale, WA
  • Rollingbay Keyport, WA
  • Liberty Bay, WA
  • Poulsbo, WA
  • Kingston, WA
  • Indianola, WA
  • Tracyton, WA
  • Silverdale, WA
  • Bayview, WA
  • Mutiny Bay, WA
  • Holmes Harbor, WA
  • Greenbank, WA
  • Hansville, WA
  • Port Ludlow, WA
  • Camano Island, WA
  • Tulalip, WA
  • Mukilteo, WA
  • Oak Harbor, WA
  • Coupeville, WA
  • Penn Cove, WA
  • Lake Ketchum, WA
  • Warm Beach, WA
  • Port Susan, WA
  • Lochsloy, WA
  • Lake Goodwin, WA
  • Priest Point, WA
  • Lake Bosworth, WA
  • Oso, WA
  • Sedro-Woolley, WA
  • Edison, WA
  • Big Lake, WA
  • Clear Lake, WA
  • Burlington, WA
  • Mt Vernon, WA
  • Conway, WA
  • Lake McMurray, WA