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When deciding where to drill a Borehole in Zimbabwe, often multiple sites are identified, each having advantages and disadvantages. Drilling a Borehole is a rather expensive operation, often costing several thousand dollars. But if you are going to drill your own Borehole, the first question you are going to need to ask yourself is:  Where? Where is the best place on your property to get what is called “sweet” water, rather than highly mineralized water? In much of the country, anywhere you drill is going to yield pretty much the same results. Groundwater tends to run in aquifers, which are layers of water trapped in porous stone or sand. But if your underlying geology is rock, it may not be porous enough to allow water to flow through the rock. In cases like that, groundwater is going to be flowing through cracks in the rock, and these cracks are a much harder target to find. So before drilling, it’s a good idea to do some investigating. That way, you will have a much better chance of
Water Boreholes are a sustainable method of water supply to domestic or commercial properties, saving money and energy as well as directly providing clean water.  The borehole drilling process consists of drilling a hole into the ground to access water underneath the surface. A pump is then added in order to collect and deliver natural water, into your property. Installing a water borehole is a worthy investment as upfront costs are typically fully recovered within two to three years. Following installation, the only cost will be the running of the pump and there is no need to pay a water company, unless you are on mains sewage.  How To Tell If Your Property Has Water For Borehole Drilling in Zimbabwe! The benefits sell themselves, however, you may be wondering, how to tell if your property has water for a borehole. The Process: At Blue Water Systems , we use the method that we believe has the best scientific evidence behind it in order to accurately locate underground water sources an
Do you want to install an elevated tank, but you do not know where to start? Our Blue Water Systems team is ready to help you get started.  We are experts in our field and we will make sure your elevated tank installation is done right. Why Elevated Tanks? Elevated Tanks, or ground-mounted tanks as they are sometimes called, are used when there is not enough space for underground storage, such as limited access to land or small lot sizes around the property.  Tank and Stands Installation in Zimbabwe with Blue Water Systems They can be installed just about anywhere: on rooftops, at parking lots without landscaping, open spaces, farms, and basically, any place where it’s not possible to install a conventional belowground system! Why Choose us for Tanks Installation Services? When it comes to elevated tank installation, we know that you have many options to choose from. However, if you want to work with a team that understands your needs, call us now!  Our team of experts will work with y