These wells are usually range in depth from 0’ to 60’.
Rock wells are the most popular source for drinking water wells in our region. They typically have a mineral content that may stain and require water treatment to make the water more palatable. These wells usually range in depth from 60’ to 200’.
Floridan, or artesian wells, are drilled into the same aquifer that the city/JEA uses for the municipal water supply. This well yields the safest source of water. It usually does not stain if used for irrigation, but it will require water treatment equipment to remove sulfides from the water for drinking.
These wells are usually drilled deeper than 350’.