Geothermal drilling at Church

Recently we drilled and installed geothermal loops at Trinity Lutheran Church in Somerset. These will connect to their new geothermal system installation.

Jacked up!

In order to drill a well properly it often requires a significant amount of leveling to get the rig in the right position.

Somereset crews are drilling a residential well for Daystar Builders near LaVale MD. The rear of the rig is raised significantly to get the proper drilling position.

Now an Eichelbergers Inc. company

Somerset Well Drilling was established January 12, 1971 as a 4 man partnership between David Griffith, Gerald Carpenter, James Long, and Robert Carpenter. The operation was originally run out of Gerald’s home with Mr. Carpenter’s wife, Betty, serving as secretary until her retirement in 2006. Supplies for the business were stored at Mr. Long’s home on the Garrett Shortcut. There were several locations considered, but the original building was constructed at its present site in Friedens in 1975. The building was expanded to its current size in 1981. For the first 4 years there were no employees other than the 4 partners. They did it all. They began with 1-T4 drilling rig, 1- support truck, and Jim’s personal pick up truck which was used as a pump truck. As the business and their reputation grew they added equipment and manpower. At the height of operation they maintained a fleet of 4-T4s, 2- water trucks, 2- pump trucks, and various other pieces of equipment, and had a total of 11 employees. Their scope of work involved everything from drilling water wells, test holes, blast holes, core drilling, pump installations and service, plumbing, and even electrical work. By May of 2003 Gerald Carpenter and James Long were the only 2 original partners remaining. In September 2007 Somerset Well Drilling was purchased and became part of Eichelbergers, Inc.





Eichelbergers Inc.

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Eichelbergers featured in PGPG Newsletter
Eichelbergers is featured in this month Pennsylvania Council of Professional Geologists newsletter. e are proud to be an associate member of PCPG. Check out he newsletter Here Vol 2, 2013!

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Somerset Well Drilling was at the Somerset Mega Show this weekend. The show was held at the Old Builders Surplus Building and rainy weather made it perfect for everyone to stop out and make their Summer building and remodeling plans. Brian and Ted talked to many new customers and friends at the show an we're thankful for everyone that stopped by to say hello!. The show was presented by
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Our residential service department offers 24 hour pump service. If you have an emergency please call 1-800-360-0660



101 Carpenter Ln Friedens, PA

Phone 814-443-3008

Fax (814) 443-6110

Toll Free 800-371-3313


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