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Water Well Drilling Waterford MI

Quality Services at Competitive Prices

Mike Lalone Well Service is a full-service water well drilling and Water Well Drilling services company. Family-owned and operated since 1898, we offer our Waterford MI customers decades of knowledge, skill and experience. We guarantee quality services at competitive prices.
 
Our Mission Statement
To perform for our Waterford MI customers the highest level of quality Water Well Drilling services at fair and market competitive prices. To ensure the longevity of our company through repeat and referral business only to be achieved, by customer satisfaction in all areas including timeliness, attention to detail and service-minded attitudes. Utilizing the ever changing and improving technology in products (prefer American made products when available). To maintain the highest levels of professionalism, honesty and fairness for our relationships with our Waterford MI customers and suppliers.

Water Well Drilling
The lumbering industry and side work of Water Well Drilling continued for almost two decades, when the boom of the manufacturing industry in the Waterford MI area seemed promising.

Waterford MI Area Company Growth
Roy Lalone Well Drilling became a company that grew with the return of servicemen and new families. Like his elders, Roy too was an innovator, utilizing new ideas to produce quality Water Well Drilling in efficient time. The air compressor in the background was used to develop a well and specialized tools were used to help increase the drilling speed. Also, new innovative pumping equipment was created for the Waterford MI homeowner’s use.

Family History
The earliest known picture we have is of a wooden right angle drill rig, with the horse connected to the turn table. From left to right we have David, Nora and John Jr. – all siblings of John Sr. who was possibly taking the picture. The horse’s name is Barney, and he was purchased from the local race track after he lost too many times in a row. From what we have been told, Barney, although stubborn, did learn what to do. Eventually, he learned commands from hand signals and, as explained to us, reacted to the slack or tension of the rope from the work performed as though a member of the crew.