Shallow Irrigation Well Water | Where Does Irrigation Well Water Come From?
In Florida, we are fortunate to have an outstanding Surficial Aquifer. These aquifers are shallow beds of water bearing sand and shell that can be found usually less than 100 feet below the surface.
These Aquifers are separated from the "Floridian Aquifer" by confining layers that are mixed with water bearing soils. In Surficial Aquifers, the groundwater is continually migrating along the hydraulic gradient from area to area recharging streams, ponds, and other places for groundwater to discharge, such as Floridian Wetlands. One of the biggest groundwater discharges in the entire state of Florida is Lake Okeechobee. You can watch first hand, the surficial levels fluctuate and recharge as the static levels respond to droughts and rainfall.
A Shallow Irrigation Well can save you hundreds of dollars each month by not having to pay for municipal water to sprinkle your yard and landscape with. For a free quote give us a call today so we can evaluate drilling your Shallow Well for Irrigation.
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