Canadian Quality Control Inc. 

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 Canadian Quality Control  Where Inspection & Water Well Drilling is our Expertise.


From air and mud drilling or cable tool of water wells to geothermal wells and well drilling, CQC is experienced in rehabilitating and servicing all types of well systems. We are licensed and insured for your peace of mind and protection and are backed by over eight decades of reliable well drilling experience.


When it come to your well pump, our technicians are here to help repair, replace, and troubleshoot all parts of your system, from motors and control boxes to pressure tanks and booster pumps. We also have solar pumps available upon request.


From regulating water pressure to annual water well inspections, installing a water storage tank system provides a more reliable and dependable way to deliver water to your home. Combined with a reserve backup system, you will never be left without water again.


  The Enviromental Way to Drill       

Well Inspection


We are the Inspection experts with more than two decades of Inspection experience. You can be assured that our team of talented certified Inspectors will meet your field Inspection needs. Performing Water Well Inspection with Deep Color Cameras, NACE.

Water Well Drilling


We are the experts with over 94 years of uninterrupted generational drilling in our family. You know that you’ve hired the right company to tackle any of your drilling, de-watering, water well and exploration needs. For your new or existing water well, site dewatering plans, geothermal wells, pump repairs, environmental needs call.

Well Rehabilitations


As a water well ages, the rate at which water may be pumped (commonly referred to as the well yield, flow or performance) tends to decrease, especially in wells that were not properly developed.  A drop or complete loss of water production from a well can sometimes occur even in relatively new wells due to a lowered water level from over-pumping of the well which can dewater the water-bearing zones. More often, reduced well yield over time can be related to changes in the water well itself including Let us solve your water issues


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