Well Doctor LLC makes a commitment to help our communities gain access to potable water free of contaminants. By helping you access clean water, we build wells and also wellness.
We offer a full range of services to help you at every stage of the journey as a well owner. We’ll assist in placing the well, making sure that the water is safe to use, and maintaining it over time.
We’re there for you at every stage of the journey because we believe in building a long-term relationship with our clients. We’ve found over the years that this is the best business model.
Treating our clients fairly and always offering the best service has been an excellent strategy for us. There’s no marketing as powerful as word of mouth recommendations. Every time we see you, we’ll work to earn that recommendation again.
We have a team of highly experienced professionals. What they don’t know about wells isn’t worth knowing. We offer the following range of services:
- The installation of well pumps
- The repair, maintenance, and replacement of pumps
- Chlorination of the water at the well
- The installation of a residential or commercial water filtration system
- 24/7 emergency service
- Full water testing facilities
- Water treatment and purification
We never quite understand the importance of having water on tap until it’s not there anymore. We don’t want you to have to suffer a second longer than necessary, so we have a team on standby 24/7 to get you back on track fast.
For exceptional service, and a good dose of Southern charm, give us a call today. We’ll be sure to look after you.
About Statesville, NC
Settlers founded Statesville in 1789 to serve as Iredell County’s county seat. This town is proud of its history and shows that in the care it gives its old buildings. There are many historical sites of interest in and around the town.
The United States Post Office and County Courthouse building is a must-see stop on any tour. Built-in 1891 mostly out of red brick, this is one beautiful building. They don’t make them like this anymore, and that’s a real shame.