Water Boreholes provide stability of water supply
Today, we have the freedom to extract water from a borehole or well drilled on our own land and for our own use, without any licenses or permissions being required up to a considerable, quantifiable amount.
We can help you to accomplish this on your own land
A single borehole has over forty times the water capacity than an average home would need (500 – 600 litres of water a day). The average person in the UK uses 150 litres of water a day. You can extract 20,000 litres of water a day from a borehole without any permission or licenses.
An average 4 bedroom houses uses approximately 50,000 litres of water a quarter; this can be extracted from a borehole in two and a half days.
A borehole will provide water regardless of climate and independently of any hosepipe ban. You can turn off your supply from your local water company and stop receiving huge bill, as soon as your water well is up and running.