Miller Well Drilling offers a low “per-foot” price, or our Guaranteed Water* program, so you can rest assured that you are getting the best value for your water system, whatever your need.

  • Our Lead Driller Perry Reece has been with Miller Well Drilling since 1984
  • Casing is grouted from the bedrock to the surface, virtually eliminating any chance of surface water inclusion
  • Certified, licensed and bonded to perform all well construction applications in Georgia and North Carolina
  • Low interest rate financing available through Southeast Rural Community Assistance

Services

  • Pump Service

    Miller Well Drilling is proud to offer durable, high quality pump and plumbing products from manufacturers that have been tested and proven over the years. Read More>>

  • Well Construction

    Our Lead Driller Perry Reece has been with Miller Well Drilling since 1984. His experience in all types of overburden and with a huge variety of borehole and setup situations means he has literally ‘seen it all’ and knows how to keep the job on task, in budget, and out of trouble. Read More>>

  • Filtration

    Miller Well Drilling is proud to offer our own unique brand of filters for Iron removal, Sulfur or rotten egg smell, and Hard Water.

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Latest from our Blog

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    “What’s That You Say About ‘Guaranteed Water’?”

    Well construction is risky. There are a whole host of things that can go wrong with the hole: muddy or sandy overburden requiring foam, shoring, or steel casing, vertical cracks in the bedrock just below the casing allowing surface water to contaminate the well, and weak rock formations allowing cave-ins, to name a few of…

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    b0nUs cReEPy wELL (2014)

    We were called out today to look at a possible well abandonment at a Dunwoody, GA bank-owned new construction homesite. The builder is having some trouble with a neighbor, who gave the last developer on this street such a tough time that he finally had to get a restraining order (scary, right?) Well, it gets…

  • Project of the Week 10/22/14: A Simple Repair You Can Do Yourself!

    Last week, there was a rash of electrical storms that ripped through our service areas. These wreaked havoc on systems, such as this one, that were not protected by Surge Suppressors. Some had real damage, others just tripped the reset. This Roswell Event Center was fortunate to be in the latter category. Although we show…