Water Dowsing – locating sources of water
Water consumers increasingly seek their own water supply to secure lower costs, better quality, quantity, delivery pressure, certainty of supply and importantly the ability to fight fires in remote places.
Using dowsing techniques, I locate sources of water including springs and the reuse of old wells. I find the trajectory of the underground stream and give indications of depths and yields, which can be used for drilling cost estimates. I use geological, hydro-geological and hydrological maps and reports to find minor aquifers with flow rates up to 600 cubic metres per day but more typically within the 20 cubic metre daily UK licence threshold.
My services reduce the risks and high costs of dry boreholes and are a wise investment for anyone contemplating drilling a borehole for water or geothermal heating.
I agree costs and scope with the client and follow up with written reports, readings, descriptions, precise drill-point locations and a financial viability report. The driller uses the reports to support his cost estimates.