A water well is any type of excavation created to remove water from an underground aquifer (a geologic formation or series of formations that contain enough water to supply wells and springs). Wells created using traditional digging methods (pick and shovel or backhoe) are typically wide holes only 10'-30' deep. Driven wells are created by driving a small diameter pipe into soft earth (gravel or sand) and are generally 30'-50' deep. The most common method of well construction today is drilling, which requires a right drill rig.
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