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Just installed this Constant Pressure system for Brian Richards mom in Glenn. Won't be having those pressure problems now. ...

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Wow.... 2015 is over....
It's been almost 2 years since I decided to start Silverthorn Pump. Months of planning, what name to use, how do I do this or that. Endless nights sitting up thinking am I wise to do this? Even 1 trip to the er for what I thought was a heart attack that turned out to be stress... But in all looking back at 2015 and how fast it went by, I have been blessed. I have met some of the nicest people and been able to help them out.
It has been an incredible trip...

Thank you to all my friends, family and customers for your support.
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On this day of Thanks, I wanted to say thank you for all of our great customers. 2015 was our first year of business and with all of your support it has been a great year. The Willows community has been so helpful. I am thankful to live in such a great town. We look forward to the future.

Thank you
The Silverthorn Family.
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Silverthorn Pump Co added 4 new photos — in Willows, California. ...

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Here is why you should always make sure you hire a licensed contractor. This company from Chico came out to test the water. The home owner thought there was gas coming from the well. The person testing it tried to light the water and said it was not gas. Then they used the torch to heat the hose bib, guess what it was gas. After Cal Fire put the fire out, the company informed the home owner they did not have insurance. I checked and they are not licensed and from the look of it they have never been. Yet they are out working on wells and doing inspections. Now the poor home owner is stuck holding the bag on repairs and no legitimate pump company wants to step into this mess.

Please, if you are going to hire a contractor make sure they are licensed. By being licensed we must have a bond and insurance. Any job over $500 requires a licensed contractor. Even if they have been around for years they may not have a valid license. Guess who pays if they mess up? You the home owner, you can even be liable if they get hurt on your property.

Sorry for the rant, just upsets me to see people getting the shaft bye unlawful business practices.
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