Garys Drilling Inc

Garys Drilling Inc.  Water Drilling Truck, Owned and operated by Gary Mayes5407 Powmer Rd

Billings, MT 59105


Office: (406) 373-5951

Cell: (406) 671-0406




Garys Drilling Inc is owned and operated by Gary Mayes from Shepherd, MT.


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About Garys Drilling Inc;

Garys Drilling Inc. has over 50 years experience in water well drilling and related services. From water lines, pumps, repairs, service calls, cisterns, and more. We are a locally owned and operated business in the Shepherd area.

We provides services generally in the Billings, Shepherd, Roundup, Huntley, Lockwood, Worden, Custer, Ballantine and Pompeys Pillar area but we are willing to travel to other areas like Laurel, Park City, Columbus and Bridger in order to bring our services to you.

Give us a call today for your water needs at 406-671-0406.


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We can drill for different kinds of water wells:

  • Domestic Wells
  • Industrial/Commercial Wells
  • Irrigation/Turf Wells
  • Monitoring Wells
  • Well Rehabilitation
  • Deepening Existing Wells
  • Sealing of Abandoned Wells

Different types of drilling and services:

• Test Drilling

• Excavating services

• System filling and flushing

We can provide service for different types of water pumps and systems:

  • Stockwater
  • Domestic
  • Industrial
  • Irrigation
  • Constant Pressure Systems
  • Repair of Pump Systems

We are locally owned and operated and are dedicated to delivering the most timely, quality and customer friendly service for your project needs. We are committed to providing professional, courteous, and quality service to our clients.

Contact us today for free estimates or call us today with any questions at (406) 671-0406.

Garys Drilling Inc, Water wells, Drilling, Services, Yellowstone County, Service & Repair, pumps, cisterns, water lines. Garys Drilling Inc is owned and operated by Gary Mayes.

1 comment for “Garys Drilling Inc

  1. Anonymous
    August 13, 2016 at 7:58 am

    Saw your name on Lockwood website. Have a general question. I have a well in Lockwood area that is 180 deep. It serves water for the house and the question I have can one drill the same well and maybe go deeper, with new packing? Or does one have to drill a whole different well? Ever since the well was drilled for me, it will run out of water when on for approximately 15 minutes than in about 1 hour it recharges. If you have to drill new well, what would be the approximate costs for another 180 well, just casing only? Dan

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