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(902) 368-9000
1 (888) 368-9900

210 Malpeque Road
Charlottetown, PE C1A 7J9 [Map]

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Our History

John “Hap” Moore worked for several years with a plumbing company and during his employment watched with interest, several wells...More

About | Moore Well Drilling

Moore Well Drilling's main focus is domestic wells however the company also does municipal, industrial and irrigation drilling. The company runs two rotary drill rigs every day with its pumps installed and repaired by Eric Mutch.

The company, started in 1945 by grandfather John Moore, has a philosophy, to do a good job, give people what they need and charge a fair price. For more information on our history, checkout our History page.

One of the strengths of the company is its workforce of nine employees. Many of whom have been with the company for decades. Moore Well Drilling is proud to have 250 plus years of experience working for them.

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Moore Well Drilling, is the Island’s choice for well drilling services throughout PEI. We offer free estimates for residential, commercial and industrial.

Moore Well drilling is a third generation family Island owned business. Our reputation for excellence is only exceeded by our great service. Our excellent staff ensure quality service and they guarantee our work.

Testimonials

Thank you for the prompt attention to my problem. I would also add, that I was very impressed by the speed and professionalism for the two men who made
the repairs! Great service. Thank you!

Tony Dolan.

Your work was greatly appreciated!
Canoe Cove Christian Camp

It may not have seemed like a big deal to you but it was. Thank you.
Alyssa.

Our Blog

Chlorinating/Disinfecting Your Well
Step #1: Remove well cover to gain access to well.
Step #2: Attach a hose to the cold water tank and put other end down the well far enough that it won’t come out.
Step #3: Shut valve on the tank that feeds the house, and turn hose on.
Step #4: As the water from the hose is discharging down the well, dump
a half to full gallon of fresh, unscented chlorine down the well...Read More