Dig a Well with Confidence

Get a Free Groundwater Assessment - a $1500 Value!

Do you need water, and lots of it? Until recently, locating water to dig a well was a guessing game with only 40% accuracy. Now we can apply science to dig a successful well with near 100% accuracy saving you money and frustration!

See what our scientists say about your land's water potential:

  • Receive a free written groundwater preliminary assessment by our Senior Geologist/Hydrogeologist!
  • Find out if your property has positive indications of Deep Seated Water and other groundwater potential!

Fill out your info below and we will contact you to schedule your initial interview so one of our Hydrogeologists can assess your land! We still have a few spots available. For landowners with 200+ acres. This is a $1500 value!


"This just may be a well that will never go dry!”
Arlin C. Howles, Senior Geologist/Hydrogeologist, Texas Case Study



Finding good, sustainable, high-volume water is a science, not an art. AquaterreX locates groundwater using advanced, cost-effective technologies for near 100% accuracy. Stop drilling expensive “dry holes” and get the abundant fresh water you need!

  • Increase yields
  • Improve your economic security
  • Increase property value

Over 1500 Deep Seated Water Wells Completed


Deep Seated Water (DSW) is High-Quality Groundwater that is Typically Sourced from Deeper Aquifers Located Below Shallow Aquifers. DSW Benefits Include:

  1. Alternative Source of Fresh Water for Drought-Stricken Farms and Ranches

  2. Complements Existing Water Conservation Measures

  3. Protects Against Contamination or Pollution

  4. Permits Shallow Aquifers to Recharge and Restores Surface Water

  5. Reinforces Sustainable Water Management and Security

  6. Economical, Fast, and Scalable

"The Deep Seated Water Technology is fantastic. It is amazing to peer into the unknown that lies miles beneath our feet, and then be able to proceed with laser-like precision in identifying the naturally occurring water pathways that bring the water close to the surface. This greatly mitigates the risk of traditional drilling." – L. M. Landowner in Central Texas

The Missing Piece

Fresh water supply and management has become a major challenge for nations, communities and enterprises.  Many water strategies focus on conservation, rather than additional supply. Other solutions such as desalination and wastewater treatment are potential answers for some, but they also come with trade-offs such as high cost, high energy usage, long planning periods and toxic waste. Deep Seated Water is located almost everywhere on the planet, and it can be added to the mix of solutions as a supplemental freshwater source that is not subject to pollution, is fast and easy to implement and is economical and scalable.  In addition, tapping Deep Seated Water allows both surface water and shallow aquifer sources to recharge, making the total system more environmentally sustainable.

Water Strategy

Supplemental Freshwater Source

Not Subject to Pollution

Allows Shallow Aquifers to Recharge

Allows Surface Water to Recharge

Delivers Water Security

Economical, Scalable

Fast and Easy to Implement

"In each case the bores were successful and the information supplied was accurate in regards to location, water quality, and depth." - Mr. H, Landowner


AquaterreX Uses a Scientific Combination of Advanced Technologies to Locate Vast Amounts of Fresh Groundwater Even in Locations Where Others Say, "No water exists."

The Technical Process for Locating and Extracting Deep Seated Water is 4 Basic Steps:

  1. Acquisition of Remotely Sensed Geospatial Data Via Satellites and Airborne Geophysical Surveys.

  2. Processing, Integration, and Analysis of the Acquired Data Sets.

  3. On-site Observation and Inspection for Accurate Identification of Exact Locations for Bore Sites.

  4. Drilling the Well.

The U.S. National Groundwater Association Estimates That There Are 22.6 Million Cubic Kilometers Of Groundwater In The Upper Two Kilometers Of The Earth’s Crust. That Is Enough Water to Supply Earth For Over 6,000 Years At Today’s Global Consumption Rates.

Free Groundwater Assessment - $1500 Value!

Finally! Discover How To Find The Fresh, Abundant Groundwater You Need Without Spending $$$ Digging Dry wells

What You Get:

Receive a free written groundwater preliminary assessment by our Senior Geologist/Hydrogeologist!

Find out if your property has positive indications of Deep Seated Water and other groundwater potential!

How it Works:

Submit the form on this page.

We will contact you to schedule your initial interview. (Can't wait? Call us 661-550-0880)

Our Senior Geologist/Hydrogeologist will conduct his assessment of your land.

We will email you your free groundwater assessment.

Act now. We only offer a limited number of free assessments each month. For landowners with 200+ acres. This is a $1500 value!

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"Thank you for your great work. I can assure you that it was a wonderful relief to find good water after 6 dusty, dry holes [drilled by others]." - Charles Smith, Landowner


In water-scarce areas, each borehole you attempt has a 60-70% chance of being dry. That's a huge waste of time, money, and resources. In agriculture, farmers can spend hundreds of thousands of dollars digging dry well bores.

Most professional water drillers stick to operating in a certain area and they rely on historical well data along with their own experience in locating a water bore site. Some even use “water witching” or “dowsing” to find water. There’s nothing wrong with this, but the chances of finding water remain in the 30-40% range.

New Tech Pinpoints Groundwater Location!

With a 90+% success rate (closing in on 100%), ACCURATE groundwater location is here today! With the AquaterreX technology, you can stop drilling dry holes. We like to say, “If there’s water there, we’ll find it.”

"High-Tech advancements give science-based certainty and accuracy on where to drill and where not to drill. No more dry holes!"

Download the FREE Groundwater Detection Guide

The Scientific Approach to Supplemental Groundwater Location for Agriculture - in 4 Steps

Groundwater Detection Guide