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We supply, install and service domestic and industrial submersible borehole and waste water pumps as well as most modern types of cold water booster pumps, including self priming, multi stage and end suction pumps.  
Supply, Installation and Servicing of: 
Submersible borehole and waste water pumps 
Modern, Cold, Water Booster Pumps 
Self Priming Pumps 
Multi stage Pumps 
End Suction Pumps 
Working With 
Other Services: 
Water filtration/purification 
Water filtration/purification 
For whatever reason more and more people are drinking bottled water rather than tap water. Water filters are relatively inexpensive and certainly improve the taste of your tap water as well as the appearance and smell. 
Many water filters also remove many of the harmful chemicals found to be in tap water. If you were to compare a glass of tap water to a glass of bottled water the chances are the tap water will be cloudy and also have a smell of bleach. 
Once we have sourced the water, we collect and send a water sample off to be analyzed by water analysts, to check and decide what Filtration will be required.  
The water sample is sent to our analytical chemist for analysis and then we fit the appropriate filters for purification if necessary. Filtration is not always required it just depends how pure the water is.  
Filtration Systems
Other services which we provide are : 
Iron / Manganese Removal 
Ultra Violet Filter to kill any bacteria in the water supply. 
PH Correction units to neutralise acid water. 
Water Softeners to reduce water hardness. 
Water Pumps and filtration
Water Pumps Westcountry Boreholes
Westcountry Boreholes Somerset Filtration Systems
Filtration systems and pumps
Westcountry Boreholes Pumps
Water Pumps
We can provide comprehensive groundworks up-to 200feet underground for: 
Foundations and Footings 
Cesspits and Cesspools 
Septic Tanks 
Raising/Lowering Ground Levels 
Locating Underground Resources  
West Country Boreholes can provide you with Dowsing (also known as Divining). Dowsing or Divining is a way of locating underground water, oil metal and many other substances without the use of scientific apparatus. 
A Y or L shaped twig or rod, called a dowsing rod/divining rod which is sometimes used during dowsing to locate the object or material, although some dowsers use other equipment or no equipment at all. 
The most well known gesture of the dowser is that which consists in holding a hazel stick in one’s hands, and to advance over the ground, the stick forming a V and by exerting a light pressure to maintain it parallel to the ground. 
When the dowser passes directly over a bank, or underground water source, the rod will react and either drop or rise upwards (depending on the person holding it). A good dowser can find the banks, width, direction of the current, its depth as well as its flow rate. With practice the dowser advances over the ground, holding his diving rod firmly (but not too tightly) in his hands. 
These rods can be any of the following materials, plastic, hazel, willow, almond, steel brass or even whale bone. 
We advance slowly, exerting a light pressure to maintain the rod stable and parallel to the ground, fingers closed around the rod, and palms turned upwards. When passing directly over a bank, an underground water source, the rod of the dowser will be raised and remain raised, (or drop and stay down, depending on the person using the rod). 
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