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Advantages of a well

  • A powerful pressure by a pump.

  • You use your own well water (no tap water).

  • Pipe costs are lower compared to tap water.

  • Constant power source.

Pulses from a well

  • The person who plusts has more feeling for his work, so we know in which layer the pulse is located.

  • We don't need much space in the environment for pulsing.

  • You are not standing in the mud unlike spraying so you have less junk in your garden.

Disadvantages of a well

  • There is a risk of rust water (there are solutions for this).

  • A pump is always required.

  • Construction costs.

Pulses from a well

  • It is slower than spraying a well.

  • It is physically hard work.

  • The materials we work with are heavy.

How long does it take to pulse/spray

It is difficult to predict how long it will take for a well to be completed. In practice, this often takes a day. But because things can always go wrong and we only leave after the source is 100% in order, it may take longer. In any case, we go for quality.

Price of a well

The price of a well depends on a number of factors:


  • Loams in the ground.

  • Location of the well.

  • Depending on the diameter of the well.

  • Depth of the well.



If you have become enthusiastic about a well and if you have any questions or would like to make an appointment, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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