Domestic Water Wells

A private water supply may be considered for a variety of reasons;

If you are contemplating building a new dwelling, especially in remote locations, obtaining a mains supply may be both difficult and expensive. In some cases a sustainable water supply must be established before planning consent is issued.

People living in secluded dwellings may have original supplies from a spring or hand dug well, both of which may fall short of current Drinking Water Regulations.

You are dissatisfied with escalating charges typically associated with Privatised Water Authorities and the obligatory chemical treatment of conventional mains water.

Some of the benefits of a private supply are;

A dependable, long term, chemical free water supply at your disposal at the turn of a tap.
Payback on the cost of installation is directly proportionate to water usage. Quite simply, the more you use, the more you save. For some high volume users this may be as little as 36 months.
With no requirement for water meters, all you pay for is the electricity to the pump.

In addition to increasing your standard of living a Water Well can also add value to your property.

You do not need Planning Permission or an Abstraction License. The maximum permitted abstraction without registration is 10,000 litres on any given day. Considering on average we consume approximately 160 litres per day per person, few homes would ever exceed this level.

Whether you require a supply for Potable water, irrigating gardens or washing vehicles, we have the specialist knowledge and flexibility to provide chemical free reliable water supplies, in some cases without the need for further filtration or treatment. We offer a comprehensive service from the initial site visit to final installation and commissioning. The quality of the material we use and our skill in the installation makes for a sound, long-term investment.

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