Over at the British Geological Survey website I have discovered they have been very busy putting a wealth of information online for the likes of you and me to dig into. Of course, here at Waterseekers Water Well Drilling Company, we’re very interested in Water Boreholes; in fact we’re interested in any type of borehole drilled here in the … Continue reading UK Map of Over 100,000 Water Boreholes
Waterseekers Welcomes Back Jack Hormell Jack who worked for the company on the drilling operations side, has now re-joined the company. Jack has spent the last 18 months working with Culligan UK, a large water treatment company and has gained valuable training and experience as a Water Engineer. Water Engineer and Geo Designer for Rygan … Continue reading Jack’s Back!
The most visible portion of your drinking water system is the wellhead, the structure built over your borehole to protect its various parts. By protecting your wellhead, you will ensure the quality of your drinking water supply. Maintaining Your Well-head The well-head protects the well casing, which is the lining of the borehole, and the … Continue reading Protecting Your Wellhead – From the Borehole Owner’s Maintenance Manual
A Turn Key Solution for Large Scale Water Borehole Projects We offer a turn-key solution which provides a complete package for the client. With information gained from your operations and processes, feasibility studies are undertaken to ascertain volumes used, current charges, and thus payback time on the investment in water borehole technology. With a detailed … Continue reading Water Borehole Drilling – A Turnkey Solution
Expansion at Waterseekers As the business grows, it has become clear that one area that was holding us back was the issue of accessibility. It’s alright having a nice big rig to undertake the largest boreholes in the most demanding of terrain, BUT … it does lock us out of some nice projects we would … Continue reading Expansion at Waterseekers sees in new rig – The Comacchio 450p
Waterseekers have struck water at Tyntesfield House. The Water Boreholes Two waterwells were drilled to a depth of 150m in the grounds of this spectacular Victorian Gothic Revival house and estate near Wraxall. As a result of the water wells, the National Trust will be giving life again to a Victorian boating lake and supplying water to … Continue reading Waterseekers Revives Victorian Boating Lake
Water Supply Problems Water is an increasingly vital and precious commodity, which we easily take for granted…until we encounter a problem! Do any of the following sound familiar? Low pressure? Sometimes there is nothing the water authorities can do to improve low pressure water supplies. Poor, intermittent supply? Poor water quality? Are you concerned about … Continue reading Water Supply Problems at Your Home or Business?
Up To 20,000 Litres A Day From Your Own Water Well Water is a critical resource for human and animal life but also for industry, which cannot move forward without a reliable water supply. Although it may seem unbelievable, many individuals are still finding it difficult to get a stable water supply, which can turn … Continue reading The Advantages Of Water Well Drilling Yorkshire & East Midlands
Filtered Tap Water – Making a Start The most obvious choice you and your family can make is to purchase and install a water filter for your home. There are three different types of water filters. Let’s take a brief look below. Reverse Osmosis Filter In addition to removing chlorine, inorganic, and organic contaminants in … Continue reading Installing A Water Well Can Improve Your Health
This week we thought we would take a lighter, and wider look at the nature of water. We’ve collected a number of quotes that use the idea of water to make us think…. “Filthy water cannot be washed.”- West African Proverb “When the well’s dry, we know the worth of water.”- Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790), Poor … Continue reading Quotes About Water…That Make You Think