Commercial and domestic boreholes, pumps and geothermal heat systems

Domestic borehole summary

  • Most bottled water brands come from boreholes
  • Boreholes can cut water costs by up to 80%. A cubic metre of water from a public supply can cost up to £1.70 in some areas. A million gallons can cost in excess of £7,500. A million gallons of borehole water would cost only £230.00 approx.
  • A new borehole, installed to a high standard, and with modern materials such as PVC and stainless steel should last a lifetime
  • Under new Water Bill legislation, users who take under 20 cubic metres of water a day – 20 tonnes of water – don’t need a licence to abstract

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