Five Benefits Of A Borehole You Can Enjoy Today!

Are you thinking of getting a borehole at your home but you don’t really know how to do it or where to start the process.

In this article, we will take you to step by step on how to successfully do it, whether you are in a residential, commercial or farming area.

1. A long-term investment: When you are starting, it may seem like a large upfront cost, but a properly constructed water borehole is guaranteed to last you at least ten to fifteen years, with proper maintenance and minimal running or ongoing costs.

Always strive to do it right the first time because a below standard borehole can cost you more in the long run. It is advisable to engage reputable borehole drilling, construction and maintenance company the first time.

2. Increase property value: Zimbabwe is experiencing persistent water shortages, with municipal supplies erratic – a borehole, especially in a residential area can increase property value and is, therefore, an asset. With your own groundwater source, you can take care of your property when watering your garden with municipal water restricted. A well-tendered garden will enhance the appearance of your property, making it more attractive.
Five Benefits Of A Borehole You Can Enjoy Today!

3. Saves money: Drilling and installation of a borehole may seem like expensive at first, it will actually save you money in the long run. But after you are done, it will cut down on your municipal supply consumption for your swimming pool and watering the garden. A borehole will reduce your tariffs, fines imposed on the overuse of municipal water during drought times of water restrictions due to water scarcity. The water can be used for agriculture and watering livestock.

4. Easy to maintain: If your borehole is properly constructed, borehole maintenance should not cost much. With a professional borehole drilling company to do maintenance, checkup and service work, you are guaranteed to have an efficient borehole.

5. Health benefits: Borehole water is rich in naturally occurring minerals and has not been treated or altered with any man-made chemical additives. Unlike municipal water which is treated and chlorinated to make it safe for human consumption, borehole water is ready to drink. 

Consuming unsafe, contaminated water can increase the risk of contamination with cholera and typhoid diseases.

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