Whether you're on a private well or a municipal town water system, drilling an irrigation well for a sprinkler system may make sense.
In a local Boston Globe article, Roger Skillings spoke against putting water restrictions on homeowners who use wells.
Once you have an irrigation well, it is less expensive to operate than town water. Why is this? Here's the math!
If you have a lawn irrigation system or simply want to save money on your summer water bills, an irrigation well might be for you.
An irrigation well can save you money while protecting their landscaping investment. View our list of frequently asked questions about irrigation wells.
Homeowners with irrigation wells should consider testing the water to determine if minerals or other water attributes will have an effect on plant growth.
By running an irrigation system off of an irrigation well, the only cost to you beyond installation is electricity to run the pump, about 36 cents a day or $10.80 a month.
How do you know if the well driller you are considering is the right company for the job? Start by asking the right questions. Here's ten to ask.