Kramer Service Group of Northern WI
A water well is needed to reach the aquifer where groundwater is found. Today, most wells are made by drilling into the aquifers using specially designed drilling machines (rigs) to access the groundwater beneath the surface. In most cases electric pumps are used to raise the water to the surface.
The creation of a water well consists of several elements. After selecting the site to drill the well, the process usually include drilling, development, testing and equipment installation.
The process of geothermal drilling for either new or existing residences or buildings necessitates different rigs and process and is a direction that Kramer Service Group is heading in full force with its commitment to providing natural resources to all of its customers and prospective customers.
Geothermal systems are quiet, long lasting and green. It is a 150-year-old technology, but is being rediscovered, and is inspiring more people to tap the power supply under their feet.
Geothermal systems heat and cool your home, school, or office by utilizing the near-constant ground temperature in the earth. In Wisconsin, below about six feet the ground is about 50° throughout the entire year. Geothermal systems (also called GeoExchange, Ground Source Heat Pumps, or just ‘Geo’ Systems) use heat pumps to absorb heat from this 50° earth during the winter and then expel heat to this earth in the summer.
The design of your geothermal system will depend on the particular site of your building. But there are many other important factors affecting the cost and performance as well – the thermal conductivity of the ground and the heating and cooling requirements of your building have a large impact on the system design.
Do you have a specific location in your home that you need a water line ran to? Is your local well driller and plumber say that it is impossible? We have the solution to that problem, we can bore a line under your home and up to a specific spot in your basement with pinpoint accuracy. With our experience and equipment we will have your problem taken care of in the shortest time possible.
Kramer Well Service was established in 1975 with a focus on faster, more reliable service. We take care of all your water needs from 1/2 hp to 100hp. Kramer Well Service also installs and services constant pressure pumps and pressure tanks. Backhoe and waterline digging is also available to our customers. We install only the best material to give you years of worry free water systems.
Kramer has been in operation drilling quality wells since 1924. We have the capability to do residential and commercial well drilling projects. We have the equipment and expertise to do the latest directional drilling to offer our customers the precision of getting your line (Geo Thermal, Irrigation Wells, Electric, Municipal, ETC.) whatever it may be to an exact location on your property without disrupting the surrounding area. We also have been expanding our expertise in the area of Geo Thermal heating industry. Servicing the Northern Wisconsin area. We enjoy a reputation of quality work, great customer service, honesty and friendly employees and we are very proud of that. We invite you to explore our site to learn more about our business and about the well drilling process. Based in Weyerhaeuser, Wisconsin and services these general areas: Ladysmith, Bruce, Rice Lake, Barron, Eau Claire, Chetek, Cameron, Chippewa Falls, Hawkins, Holcombe, Cornell, Bloomer, Park Falls, Phillips, and many more. By staying ahead of the latest technologies and conforming to all current licensing and well drilling regulations, we strive to be the best! With 90 years experience, in the business have earned the reputation of providing top quality well and pump installation for all of your water needs.