Have you driven by a property in the heat of summer with a beautifully lush green yard…and a sign in the yard that reads “On Well Water?” Water wells are actually a great way to obtain water and Wildcat is here to share some of the other benefits of having a water well.
Say Goodbye To Bills
This is especially helpful for people who live inside of city limits. After the initial cost of drilling your well…that’s it! No more monthly water bills. While maintenance and repair costs fall to the owner, these can be spread out over time instead of every. single. month. While water wells are considered a long term investment, the return on investment far outweighs what is paid annually in water bills to the city.
You Do What You Want
While water conservation is important in dry West Texas conditions, being on a water well allows home and business owners some level of independence from city ordinances. Being limited to only watering plants on certain days of the week or being fined for “excessive” water use is generally only limited to people using city water to do so.
It’s Better For The Environment
Unlike city sanitation plants, which use chemicals like chlorine, most ground water supplies are naturally filtered through layers of stone and sand. Though these chemicals are used to “clean” the water, natural means are better.
If you’re living in a more rural area where city water isn’t an option and rain doesn’t fall often (ahem, most of West Texas and Southeastern New Mexico), a water well isn’t just optional…it’s a necessity. Instead of paying a company to bring water to you by the truckload, it’s far more convenient to dig a well of your own.
Wildcat offers the VERSA water well driller, for both residential and commercial wells. We offer competitive pricing and quality equipment to help you become less dependent on city water or the annual rainfall. Give us a call today!