We attended the site to find a concrete slab and a small hole. With pearing into the small hole we were a little concerned to find half the floor surrounding the area had been undermined and was no longer supporting anything. This included a corner of the building. First thing was to remove the concrete
This well was to be cleaned ready for the well to be a feature within a new building which is fast being built. We saw this well back at the beginning of 2014. It has taken this long for all the building permissions etc to come through and has taken less then 5 weeks to
Finally got through the foot thick concrete which had been sat on top of the well for many years. It was great to see the wood still in place and the rsj’s looking in good shape. The well is flint lined and and is almost 40 meters deep. It looks in fantastic condition.
Hidden for more then 50 years this hand dug brick lined well was hidden under a concrete slab for many years. We finally opened it up last week and the client is extremely happy with this very beautiful well. It is 16 meters deep so has plenty of water in it. here is some before
Today we will reveal a well that has laid hidden for many years and covered with concrete. The concrete is almost 1 foot thick. The well is flint lined and 40 meters deep. We will be doing a video inspection once we have uncovered the well. Once all is complete we will be installing water
We opened up a hand dug water well yesterday that has not seen the light of day for many years. It was in the middle of a driveway and was covered by a tree and bushes. The concrete cap was reinforced with just about everything and anything that was metal. We found bbq grills, half