Safe-Frac Well Cleaning

About Safe Frac Well Cleaning

Growing up as a 2nd generation well driller in our family’s well company has afforded me with a lifetime of learning about well drilling and ground water.

In the late 1980’s my dad (Kirke) had the insight to see that Hydrofracturing was going to be an up-and-coming technology. With that in mind he bought one of the first Hydro-frac pumps ever sold. Just thinking that you could take a basically dry well and turn it in to a source of clean, safe drinking water was very exciting.

In 2004, when I started out on my own, I had to decide what type of company I would run. Looking around, I could see that there were enough companies offering basic Hydrofracturing services, but none that really specialized in the technical aspect of what we can do.

What makes SAFE FRAC different?

For one thing, the surging technique we use when fracking has proven to be much more effective at removing sediments from the fractures than conventional fracking methods alone.

Well flushing: after the Hydrofracturing is done we flush the well shaft with clean water. This clears the shaft of debris left behind after Hydrofracturing. This allows your well to be put back in service much sooner, and helps to prevent damage to your well pump.

Hard to reach wells are what really gave us our start as a specialty company; we have been inside a restaurant, behind a few pools, and other places you couldn't imagine possible.

I look forward to the opportunity to work with you on your project.

Dan Henshaw – Owner, Safe Frac Well Cleaning