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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 07-05-2011, 10:04 AM Thread Starter
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Well Pump in Perry Co.

I have a well at my cabin in Perry County that hasn't been used in years. I would like to get a pump put in so that I would be able to just get water outside, not run it into the cabin. So far I called 3 well drilling companies to try to get an estimate only one sounded like they were interested. My question is does a regular plumber do this kind of work? Does anyone know some one that would be good to do this. My cabin is about 2 miles from Kistler-7 miles from Ickesburg.
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 07-05-2011, 10:56 AM
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Re: Well Pump in Perry Co.

789-4118, Blumenshein Plumbing, if he will not do this type of work he will know people who can. Hope this helps you.
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Re: Well Pump in Perry Co.

There is a plumber right near you, his name slips my pea brain at the moment, but he lives just a short way from Kistler towards Blain. All I can tell you if you going from Kistler to Blain on 17 he is on the right side maybe a mile give or take. His property looks like a mix of a yard sale and junk yard! He drives a blue Dodge pickup with a cap lettered with his name and etc. If you get by the Blain Hotel they'll know who I'm talking about.

Another idea. Give Billy Smith (excavator)a call, 536-3675. He should be able to get you hooked up with someone in the area.

Sorry, but I'm drawing a total blank on names at the moment, I haven't had my 10th cup of coffee yet this morin'n

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Re: Well Pump in Perry Co.

Ask the guy at the little hardware store between Blain and New Germantown(the plain fella), Pretty sure he does anything.

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Re: Well Pump in Perry Co.

You don't need a well drilling outfit, most any plumber could install a submersible pump in your well.

Eh...wot?
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Re: Well Pump in Perry Co.

Silverstone between Blain and New Germantown has been closed since last fall. Call 536-3933 that is blain supply they should be able to help you out. Also Mark Richards from advanced septics might be able to help you out 789-4548. And also like was said check Billy Smith he should be able to direct you in the right direction.
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Ask the guy at the little hardware store between Blain and New Germantown(the plain fella), Pretty sure he does anything.
Ya mean "I don't know what causes the little buggers" Loyd with 17 kids! Might be 18 by now!

The store was Silverstone Supply, defunct now. I think he still does plumbing work. He's just past Mt. Pleasant on the right on 274W.

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Silverstone between Blain and New Germantown has been closed since last fall. Call 536-3933 that is blain supply they should be able to help you out. Also Mark Richards from advanced septics might be able to help you out 789-4548. And also like was said check Billy Smith he should be able to direct you in the right direction.
I didnt go by for two years,didnt know it was closed

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