Regarding Picture Above:
The well boring machine was built by Joe Wolfinger and Joe Faust an improvement to a well that was spade dug and field stone walled surface well. Prior to that creeks, ponds,river, snow and rain, water was carried in hunks of ice and melted on the stove for water. It took 7 to 8 men to operate the machine. Joe Wolfinger dug many wells before and after the invention of his well boring machine.The picture above was taken at the Joe Wolfinger's house in Dundas.
Larry following in his grandfather's tradition of working with wells, he started Wolfinger Water Service in 1967. Larry dedication to his customers and his work made him strive to be the best he could be in meeting his customers needs.
Brad following in his father's footstep in being a licensed pump installer. Brad worked with his father in the business since he could walk away with a pipe and learning the in's and out's of becoming a business owner. And in 1992, Brad took over the business after his father, Larry passed away. Since then Brad has been keeping up with the traditions and belief's that his father taught him about the importance of customer service and quality products.
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