Average Depth of a Water Well?

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Water wells can vary in depth and volume. The average depth of a water well is 100 feet. Depth can also vary depending on location. For example, wells in Pennsylvania average at 100 feet deep while wells in Colorado average at 350 feet deep. There are some areas that even have wells that are 1,000 feet deep. State laws determine where a person can drill for a well along with how deep the well can be.
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