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Kannapolis, NC

The Well Doctor is here to assist you with your water well woes. Whether it’s that you need a new well dug, or that your existing one needs a tuneup, we’re here to assist.

We’re confident that we’ll give you the best service because we settle for nothing less. Every member of our team understands that we hold them to the highest standards. Our suppliers understand that too.

When we say we’re the best, you can count on that. We believe in good, old-fashioned Southern business sense. That means always treating our clients fairly and like family.

We offer:
• Well inspections for maintenance purposes
• The installation, repair, and replacement of a wide range of well pumps
• Leak detection and repair
• Chlorination of the water source
• A custom filtration system for your home, farm, or business
• Emergency repair services – call any time of the day or night if the water’s not running
• Testing of water for contaminants and quality
• Water treatment

We like to think that our work makes our little slice of North Carolina that much better. We’re happy for you to test us on our promises – we’d love it if you’d join our family.

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About Kannapolis, NC

Kannapolis is a hot and happening town. Home to the North Carolina Research Campus, it’s also important for the research conducted there. From the name of the town, we forgive you for thinking that the founding father was Greek.

The name is a Greek term that could be translated to mean the City of Looms. The real story behind the name is perhaps more interesting. Workers of Cannon Mills Corporation coined the term based on the company name. People of the time spelled the original version with a “C,” not a “K.”

Architecture buffs should check out the Harvey Jeremiah Peel House. Also called Lady’s Funeral House, it went up in 1923. It features strong lines in the Revival Colonial Style.

If that’s not quite old enough for you history buffs, Meek House just outside the town might well be. This elegant old dame was built in the 1830s and features elegant lines in the Greek Revival style.