Hydrofracturing uses high-pressure water to widen existing fractures in the bedrock to enlarge water-bearing fractures supplying water to the well.
Hydrofracking was originally created for the oil industry but has become a useful tool in well repair and drilling.
Hydrofracking is used to increase well yields in deep wells with low production rates. Learn more about increasing water flow with hydrofracturing.
New Englanders have relied upon Skillings and Sons, Inc. for hydraulic fracturing to drill for new water wells and to extend the life of existing water wells that are under producing.
Hydrofracking also known as hydrofracturing, is a safe and chemical-free method for increasing the flow of water within bedrock deep below the ground.
Hydro-fracturing, or hydrofracking, is the process of flushing fine particles and rock from bedrock fractures within a bedrock water well.