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Midland, NC

The Well Doctor is a family-run business that offers professional well drilling and maintenance services. We offer a full range of services so we can be there for you every stage along the way.

We’ll help you drill the well and install the equipment. We’ll help you determine what the quality of the water is and whether or not it’s contaminated. From there, we’ll come up with a treatment plan to get the water just right.

We can purify the water at its source, or install a filtration system for you. The choice is yours.

As the years’ pass, your machinery will require some maintenance and even repair. Give us a call, and we’ll get it done. And, finally, when the pump needs replacing, we’ll be there for you as well.

Our full range of services includes:

  • New wells
  • Inspections
  • Repair and maintenance of equipment
  • The detection of leaks
  • Water source purification using chlorination
  • Water supply purification through filtration
  • Treatments to correct hard water
  • Emergency repairs

We see our work as improving a little bit of North Carolina at a time. We want to help you and your family maximize your wellness by improving your water quality.

Give us a call and test our service. You won’t be disappointed.

About Midland, N.C.

Score some points here by getting the pronunciation right. In town, they say MID-LAND, with equal emphasis on each syllable. Practice and say it loud and proud when you get there.

The town dates back to 1913, so it’s a relative newcomer. But make no mistake, many historical buildings here are worth a visit.

Start at the Robert Harvey Morrison Farm and Pioneer Gold Mines. You’ll find out how mining magnates of the day lived and how their workers risked their lives to pay for it.

The Bethel Church Arbor is of both architectural and historical interest. It’s unique for its large metal roof and elegant simplicity. It’s historic because the church built it in 1838. The Methodist Church built it, and its worshipers still use it as their camp.