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  1. John Galt says:

    Thank you, Andrew. Your knowledge is Miles ahead of others’. Truly, you are a deep well of information. Say “Hello” to your daughter for me.

    1. Thanks John. I’ve been wanting to do a brain dump of all this info I have collected over the years. Glad you found it useful. Will be enjoying fireworks tonight with the fam.

  2. Max Jones says:

    Thanks for the info that it costs between $930-$2,500 to replace a well pump. I just purchased a piece of land, and I would like to drill a well and get a new well pump before the end of the year. I’ll start budgeting and look for a professional that can help with well drilling as soon as possible.

  3. I like that you talked about how using well water could save you hundreds of dollars each year. Having an alternative water supply would definitely be useful, so we want to have a well on our property. So for that, we should probably hire a well drilling company soon.

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