With the new year quickly approaching, everybody is trying to find ways to save money. Living costs and personal spending is always the first-place people start but have you considered how much money you spend on water? And with the drought crippling the water supply in South Africa, specifically the Western Cape, how secure is the water supply really?

If you are considering becoming self-sufficient, have a look at the considerations below to find out if you too could benefit from installing a borehole on your property.

1. Where is your money going?

Every time you open your tap, whether at home or at your business premises, you are spending money you don't need to. Even more so if you're working in an environment that uses hundreds of litres of water every day - water down the drain means money down the drain.

This is where a borehole can save you money since you'll have thousands of litres of water at your disposal.

2. You can have your own reliable water supply

Borehole users can expect to extract anything up to 20 000 litres per day depending on the yield in your specific area. Think about it - 20 000 litres of filtered water FREE every day, to be used for your home or business - all this from your own borehole.

Another thing to consider is the drought currently spreading through South Africa. Having your very own secure water supply sure is a plus in these uncertain times.

3. You can increase the value of your property

Since everyone seems to care more about the environment these days, making energy-saving enhancements to your property will increase its value and help to entice a buyer If you ever decide to move.

By having your own borehole, you will not only become self-sufficient and have a steady flow of water available to you every day, but you'll save money as well. Get in touch with Enviro Boreholes today and let them help you lower your water bill.

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Roelf Burger - Managing Director

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Email: info@enviroboreholes.co.za

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