Almost complete digging out and cleaning a hand dug well. The well was completely filled to ground level. We have now hit a mudstone bedrock which should give an ample amount of good clean water for the client to go self sufficient and off grid. Video is to show the client the progress and what
This video is more to show the customer then to benefit anyone else. I will be uploading some videos today of other well restoration so please check back later. Breaking through to water at 8.3 meters deep. The water was muddied before starting the video to show how quickly and how clear the water
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
We have just completed digging and cleaning an old hand dug well within a garden to remove built up debris and remove any contaminants to allow fresh water to come in. The well was lined with large stones which sat on natural rocks with lovely interesting features and out-coves. The water comes in at a
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
We initially set out to give the well a simple clean and health check before installing a pump system for irrigation and water the garden. We got to the bottom of the well to clean it but on standing / digging we found it was deeper then expected and had more then just silt build
While not having time to fully complete the full video over the Christmas period we thought it best to get a preview short video of the full 21st century well dig video online for you all to see . It is a few days put into a few seconds so please enjoy.
After some hard digging we finally made it down and sunk a well. The well has a yield of 20ltrs per min on average and we are all very happy with it. The standing water if left over night is a little less then 3.5meters deep so 3.5 tons of water available on a daily