Our Services

In business since 1941, Currie Drilling Co, Inc is a professional quality well drilling company.  We specialize in industrial well drilling, domestic well drilling, submersible pump installation, water well drilling, water pump repair, water well service, solar pumps, pressure tanks, water well repair, water well maintenance and more.

Drilling Services

Currie Drilling provides water well drilling and pump sales and service.


  • Domestic Well Drilling

  • Irrigation Well Drilling

  • Public Water Supply Drilling

  • Test Hole Drilling

Water Well Services


  • Domestic Well and Pump Repair

  • Sand Filter Sales and Installation

  • Irrigation Well Repair

  • Bailing

  • Test Pumping

  • Geophysical Logging

  • Pressure Tank installation

  • Solar Pump Install / Repair

  • Well Plugging

  • Water System Evaluation

  • Trenching and Backhoe

  • Constant Pressure Systems

  • Water Well Inspections

  • Pump Installations


Our employees work hard to make sure that our customers are always satisfied.

We aim to complete every drilling or water well services project with the highest level of

integrity, honesty and respect.

Helpful Links

Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) License Search

Search active TDLR Driller and Pump Installer licenses

Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) Well Search by Map

Use the TWDB Water Data Interactive Groundwater Data Viewer to search for well reports. Click "Groundwater" at the top of the page to view other groundwater data, including plugging reports. Several base maps and layers, along with interactive tools, allow for viewing and downloading Texas groundwater data.

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) Well Search by Map

Reports that drillers submitted by mail before the inception of the TWDB database are available for access at the TCEQ's website

Panhandle Groundwater Conservation District

The Panhandle Groundwater Conservation District will strive to develop, promote and implement water conservation, augmentation and management strategies to protect water resources for the benefit of the citizens, economy, and environment of the District.

High Plains Water District

High Plains Underground Water Conservation District No. 1 was created in 1951. As a political subdivision of Texas, HPUWCD is charged with protecting, preserving and conserving aquifers within the District's service area.