Well put together

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Koops Well Drilling serves a picturesque lakeshore community in Western Michigan. The team works with top-end builders, and they base their reputation on excellence.

Team members at Koops Well Drilling apply a strict, no-shortcuts approach to their trade—including all of the work that happens before the drill bit hits the ground. In anticipation of every project, a lead man travels out to meet with the customer, survey the area and solidify expectations.

“We do  a quality job with high-end products—quality pumps, quality tanks, and quality tools. And we won’t give that up to cut our prices,” says Russ, a co-owner of the company.

Earlier this year, the Koops team was in the market for a new rig, and after carefully comparing models from multiple dealers, they settled on a lightweight, user-friendly Versa-Drill V-125X. In terms of capability, the team knew they needed a good carousel, and they knew they needed something with six-wheel drive to easily maneuver in and out of job sites.* What they have been pleasantly surprised by is the handling. This is the company’s third Versa-Drill purchase in 16 years, and it has proven to be a great fit for their team.

It does a great job for us, and it’s just well put together. I don’t feel like I’m worn out from running the machine at the end of the day, like I  do with some of the other equipment that we’ve had."
- Russ, Co-owner

When Koops Well Drilling signs on to a job, they deliver. And their new Versa-Drill is helping them live up to that promise every day.


 
  *In addition to the vehicle’s built-in features, the Koops team have added a few custom adjustments to to make sure the rig is set up just the way they want. Their   V-125X has been outfitted with a hose reel and a 230-volt generator for pump tests.

*In addition to the vehicle’s built-in features, the Koops team have added a few custom adjustments to to make sure the rig is set up just the way they want. Their V-125X has been outfitted with a hose reel and a 230-volt generator for pump tests.

 
Maddy Pimentel