Why Agricultural Submersible Borehole Pumps are a Wise Long-Term Investment

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Enjoying your own private water supply and avoiding authority restrictions due to droughts are just a couple of the benefits of having a submersible borehole pump installed in your land. Although the initial cost of a submersible borehole pump may seem expensive, the benefits of them, both economically and environmentally are sure to them a worthwhile investment.

How Submersible Borehole Pumps Work

Borehole pumps are drilled deep underground where they then source water, eliminating the dependency on the main supply. Borehole pumping solutions are usually designed on a bespoke basis depending on the quantity of water required, what use it's intended for and the pressure available (a submersible pump be required to improve this).

Up to 20,000 litres of water can be extracted daily without the need for an abstraction license or additional fees.

How Will a Borehole Pump Save Me Money?

Boreholes eliminate the need for a mains water supply, which for agricultural and industrial purposes costs a significant amount of money. Although the price of a borehole pump and the installation may seem expensive, these costs are usually reimbursed in as little as a year in some cases.

Borehole pumps are renowned for being extremely reliable, and the consistent water pressure makes them great for agricultural uses. They rarely fail, so you can feel rest assured that your investment will be repaid before your borehole pump fails and a new one is required - installers report working on existing pumps from the 50s and 60s! Depending on the electricity required for the submersible pump, borehole pumps are cheap to run, and overall, a fantastic investment.

Prestige Pumps stock an extensive range of submersible borehole pumps at great prices. Buy online today and enjoy free delivery on your order. Browse our collection, or call our friendly customer service team who will be more than happy to help, on: 01977 602200.