Serving Bucks, Montgomery, Chester, Delaware,
Berks, Lehigh, Northampton, Monroe, and Carbon Counties
Todd’s first challenge became shortly after the acquisition in 2001. With the tragic events of 911, and the dependency on foreign oil, Todd recognized the importance of utilizing domestic renewable energy. Although Mayers' office has had Geothermal Heat since 1976, Todd became committed to educating himself and his employees using the most innovative resources. Geothermal systems are a well established means of providing cost-effective heating and cooling for residential and commercial use. In the last twenty years, the technology associated with geothermal systems has been greatly refined and is popular throughout the United States. Geothermal Loop Systemsoffer "savings from the ground up." Todd is committed to the evolving industry and works with customers and developers to find the most cost effective solutions.
In 2002, Mayers Well Drilling became a full-service water well operation as a result of acquiring a hydrofracutrer. Hydrofracturing is a cost effective option that gives us and our customers the ability to increase well yields without drilling a deeper hole.
Todd Mayer prides himself on his honesty and knowledge of the well drilling industry.
From 1937 to the present Mayers Well Drilling has provided new technology with old-world workmanship.
The Mayers, and their staff look forward to the opportunity to serve all of your water well needs in the future.
• Guaranteed Workmanship and Materials
• We Inspect Your Property and Provide a Free Estimate
• Providing Complete Insurance Coverage While on the Job
• Municipal Systems
• High-Capacity Water System Installations
• Pump Sales & Service
• Water Treatment Equipment & Service
• Water Softeners
• Water Conditioners
• Skilled Service Technicians
PROVIDING EXPERT, PROMPT, & ECONOMICAL SERVICE TO ALL OF SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA
CERTIFIED SPECIALISTS BY THE NATIONAL GROUND WATER ASSOCIATION
Building Relationships on Principals of Respect & Mutual Benefit
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With more than 70 years of experience and thousands of satisfied customers, Mayer’s Well Drilling has earned an outstanding reputation in the ground water business.
Mayer’s Well Drilling is capable of handling any size job, from domestic to large municipalities.
Mayer’s Well Drilling was founded in 1937 by Joseph Mayer.
In 1927 Joseph Mayer worked with a well driller to develop well water for the family farm located near Spinnerstown, PA.
By 1937 Joseph owned and operated his own drilling equipment.
In 1951 he purchased the first rotary drill rig in Easton, PA. Joseph’s acquisition took Mayer’s Well Drilling to a comprehensive new level.
Even though some cable tool rigs are still in use today, most of Mayer’s original equipment was retired in the mid 1950s.
Terry Mayer and his wife, Eileen, purchased the business from Terry’s father, Joseph Mayer, in 1964.
Terry and Eileen recognized the potential of their company and wasted no time in expanding the company to new heights. Appreciating that the future of the company relied on diversification and education, Mayer’s Well Drilling took on new endeavors. In the mid1960s, Mayers drilled elevator shafts. In the early 1970s, they further expanded to drill most of the guard rails on our Pennsylvania highways during the housing boom. In the later 1970s, the demand for domestic water wells tripled. In response to this increase, Mayers partnered with many large developers and started to specialize in municipal well and pump stations.
With the recession in the 1980s, the housing market was halted. Oil prices peeked to all time highs and Mayers identified the need to educate and diversify once again. The Mayers ventured into drilling and servicing the oil and gas industries.
As the years passed and their company expanded, Terry and Eileen continued the exceptional customer service to insure Mayers' reputation for future generations.
Todd Mayer, Terry Mayers' son eventually acquired the collective business from his parents in 2001.
Over the past 24 years, Todd Mayer has not only gained experience and knowledge from his father and grandfather but he receives continuous education through industrial seminars where theories and applications are studied.