Category Archives: bore

Installing a Bore

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We’re still working on landscaping at our own property and the latest project has been to get a bore put down. Once that is sorted we can retic the areas already developed and then get the bobcat in to help us prepare the new areas. So today Luke from Aqua Attack arrived to drill the […]

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A Shared Bore?

So you’re considering getting a bore… Personally I think that’s a great idea as it reduces the amount of scheme water spread across lawns and gardens, will save you money in water bills and is also a capital investment. If you’re going that route then you may like to consider a shared bore. This is […]

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Getting a Bore

Having moved into a place with no reticulation, we decided that this time around we would fork out the $$ for a bore, figuring we will be here a while so it will eventually pay for itself. I’m thinking that as water becomes more expensive it will also be a valuable capital investment.   After […]

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Installing a Bore in Yanchep

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  In a month or so we will move house to Yanchep and to a house with no reticulation. Fortunately I know a bloke who can help…   So at some point over the winter period I will be getting busy installing my own reticulation and it will likely involve a bore. Its a 950sqm […]

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Installing a Bore in Perth

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  If you are considering having a bore drilled then one of the key questions is ‘how deep do we have to go to hit water?’   I only found out recently about the Perth Ground Water Atlas that actually provides you with exactly that information.   Simply zoom in on your property click on […]

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Bore Reticulation in Quinns Rocks

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A bore is a fantastic idea. You use the underground water supply, don’t pay for water that gets used by the bore and you get to water more often. Recently I was doing a job by the beach in Quinns Rocks and noticed the water was very salty. My guess is the water table may […]

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