December 13th, 2018

We at Sweetwater Well Service want to wish everyone happy holidays and remember what this season is all about, not some fat man in a red suit. It’s about Jesus and all he’s done for us giving the ultimate Christmas gift and that was sacrificing himself in the greatest example of love ever shown so we could yet live in heaven for all eternity. Thank you, Jesus!

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December 5th, 2018

emergency well repair in Willis TX

There are many types and kinds of well pumps and terrain throughout the northern Houston, Texas region. Many landowners rely on water wells for their irrigation and household water needs Are you looking for emergency well repair in Willis, TX? Do you need well service in Willis or the Greater Northern Houston area? Sweetwater Well Service has the most reliable and professional well repair service in Willis, Texas. We offer industrial, commercial and residential water services to people, crops…

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December 4th, 2018

There is a couple in Dayton, Texas that was living in a trailer house that should have been condemned, short of unlivable. A church congregation got together and raised enough money to purchase another mobile home for them. The only problem they had was well wasn’t working. A well man was called out assessed the problem and the result was pump needed replacing. The cost was $1200 which this couple did not have. Tiny, a 600lbs man, and his wife are on a fixed income both being disabled. So…

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December 4th, 2018

There was a wealthy man in Cypress Texas who had his share of bad water well services. This was a well that had a lot of history meaning dozens of people and different well services had worked on this well. I heard about this project and decided to get involved. This man goes by the name of Lynn. Very generous man who’d passion was helping people who had drug problems. In doing so he turned his little mansion into a drug rehab to help those less fortunate. His one major problem was that his…

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December 4th, 2018

Just last Sunday I was servicing a well in Montgomery. I checked the pump with my meter and showed to b shorted. The well came with a 1 1/2 hp sub. Pump. Well as we pulled the pipe out of the well and got the last joint, 160 ft. to our amazement there was no pump there, only bare wires. The pump was still in well. I could see the overwhelming despair on my customers face. So I then explained what had to be done. We first dropped a string line down the well to see if pump was stuck at 160 ft….

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