Nixa, Missouri

Hewitt-Messenger Well Drilling and Pump Service

Hewitt-Messenger Well Drilling and Pump Service

602 East Mt. Vernon
Nixa, MO 65714
417-725-8816
Hewitt-Messenger Well Drilling and Pump Service, Water Well Drilling, Services, Nixa, Missouri

Specializing in installing and maintaining exceptionally clean water well systems, Hewitt-Messenger Well Drilling & Pump Service is the top choice for well work in southwest Missouri. For close to four decades, the hardworking team at this Nixa-based company has supplied property owners with a variety of reliable and affordable well and pump services. You can count on them to be as diligent about the quality of your water supply as they are their own.

Hewitt-Messenger Well Drilling & Pump Service has earned an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau, is licensed with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, and has membership in the Home Builders Association and National Ground Water Association. Their training, experience, and knowledge of local terrain let them tackle any well drilling project, no matter the challenges it may present.

Along with building new wells, the company offers many water system services that can be tailored to your needs. They provide high-caliber water treatment and purification solutions, such as salt-free water softeners and reverse osmosis systems. They install and repair sump pumps and booster pumps, conduct thorough water testing, and perform geothermal drilling. They also will keep your systems in good working order with routinely scheduled maintenance.

Choosing the right well drilling and pump contractor is vital to the longevity of your water system. Call Hewitt-Messenger Well Drilling & Pump Service at (417) 725-8816 or contact them on their website

Announcements & Events from Hewitt-Messenger Well Drilling and Pump Service
3 Common Sump Pump Issues, Nixa, Missouri
When water is pouring into or filling up your basement, you’ll need a sump pump to drain the flood and prevent structural issues. Without this mechanism, you’ll have to deal with the...read more
A Guide to Winterizing Your Sump Pump, Nixa, Missouri
Sump pumps play a vital role in protecting your home from water damage. Situated either in a crawlspace or the basement, the appliance operates by ejecting water that collects inside...read more
5 Signs Your Sump Pump is Failing, Nixa, Missouri
Sump pumps should remove groundwater before flooding occurs, helping avoid issues like flooded basements. While some problems aren’t evident until the damage is already done, there a...read more
How Does Hard Water Affect Plumbing?, Nixa, Missouri
Found all over the United States, in varying degrees, hard water is detrimental to home plumbing systems. Many people are aware of the visible problems it can cause, like dry hair, b...read more
How Do Power Outages Affect Wells?, Nixa, Missouri
If you rely on a water well pump to provide your household with a clean drinking supply, it’s easy to take advantage of a perfectly functioning system. However, when the power goes o...read more
Whether you’ve seen soap scum building up on your shower tiles or a filmy residue on your drinking glasses, you may have realized that you’re dealing with hard water. If this is the ...read more
Hard water is full of minerals, like calcium and magnesium, that can cause problems ranging from short lifespans for your appliances to cleaning difficulties. Know how to recognize i...read more
Most groundwater contains at least some degree of contaminants that can be harmful to your health, damage your plumbing, or give your water a strange taste. This is especially true f...read more
With geothermal drilling, homeowners can harness the Earth’s natural thermal energy to providing heating for their property. This innovative method uses warm underground wa...read more
For homes that have their foundation below the surrounding water basin, a sump pump is crucial to protecting the property from flood damage. It’s designed to pump out any water that ...read more
You have probably heard of hard and soft water before, but you may not know the differences between them. While one is not inherently better than the other, their qualities may lead ...read more
A water well is a great way to add fresh, nutrient-rich water to your home, but it can carry rust. While it’s not dangerous to your health, it’s important to recognize rust and ...read more
Well drilling has come a long way since the days of hauling up the buckets with a winch and a rope. Industry advancements have made water more accessible, and they have implemented t...read more
Geothermal wells are among the most efficient and high performing options on the market. They use the earth’s natural temperatures to provide clean energy for heating your home’s wat...read more
For home and property owners across the nation, water well drilling provides access to clean, high-quality water at a fraction of the cost of municipal sources. To do this, drilling ...read more
Your well drilling project is over, and now you have a free source of water for drinking, cooking, and bathing. Maintain your new water well with tips designed to avoid a variety of ...read more
Investing in a water well on your property is a great way to save money and enjoy clean, pure water. However, wells are exposed to a few risks, which is why you should regularly test...read more
Naturally occurring substances such as calcium, magnesium, and iron are present in well water. Although some people like how the minerals taste, others opt to install water soft...read more
Though you have a stellar water purification system, your well should still be tested for bacteria imbalances and contamination. Changes happen, and frequent testing can al...read more
While most people know the benefits of drinking water, many still choose bottled over tap because they believe it is healthier, tastes better, or provides convenience. However, tap w...read more
When you set up the water supply for your home, you will be faced with the choice of connecting to municipal water or having well drilling done. If you have the opportunity, drilling...read more
When there is no municipal water utility available, well drilling is often necessary to provide drinking water. Then, after installation, the well must be cared for properly to ensur...read more
Property owners that rely on well water need to be vigilant about purification and water quality. UV disinfection systems offer a quick way to purify water without the use ...read more
We will be participating in the Shell Knob home show on April 13th & 14th. Come see us about a water well, geothermal drilling, pump installation and repair. As always we&nb...read more
Well abandonment refers to the process of safely decommissioning a well site. Modern regulations and environmental concerns can make well abandonment a complex process, which is why ...read more
Hewitt-Messenger Well Drilling & Pump Service will be exhibiting at the Spring Round-Up show at the Empire Fairgrounds in Springfield, MO on March 23, 24th and 25th. We can ...read more
Many Southwest Missourians rely on private wells to supply their drinking water. When well drilling is required for a new one, however, there are several factors to consider before s...read more
Imagine using the natural heat of the earth as an energy source that is renewable, stable, and free of carbon dioxide emissions. Geothermal drilling makes this possible. This pr...read more
There are a lot of advantages to having a well on your property, but they do require special equipment and care. Though they provide access to the water table, it must be drawn up to...read more