Water boreholes & borehole drilling
Water boreholes are a modern equivalent to the century old water well, boreholes are smaller, less intrusive and easier to maintain.
Water Boreholes: Your own private water supply
Water boreholes are an alternative to a mains water supply giving you your own personal private water supply. You are free to use this source to provide your home with a pure drinking water supply, or as a domestic water supply for garden or farm irrigation. Geologic Boreholes drills and installs water boreholes for many different purposes.
Borehole water is naturally cleaner
As water passes through the ground and into the water table it flows through layers of rock and chalk, which act as natural filters. This produces water that is usually far cleaner and purer than the water provided by water companies (ask anyone who has had their supply analysed).
Water boreholes provide stability of water supply
A single borehole has over forty times the water capacity that 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 permissions or licenses. An average 4 bed house uses approximately 50,000 litres of water a quarter; this can legally be extracted from a borehole in 2½ days.
Say goodbye to hosepipe bans
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 bills, as soon as a borehole is drilled and equipped.
An environmentally friendly solution
In the long term a borehole provides a tangible environmentally friendly and positive selling point for a house sale. This is reflected in the increasing number of property developers and house builders opting to install a borehole.
Water Well Conversion
If you are fortunate enough to have a water well that is no longer operational then please contact us to discuss the possibility of renewing it. You can then benefit from utilising your own private water supply, obtained directly from your own land.