Matthew Connors wrote:I'll be installing a new dug well on my property in New Hampshire. I have found lots of guidance on the process, but can't seem to find information on where to locate the well.
Some things I do know are that it should be uphill of anything that may contaminate it and away from surface water.
Beyond that, what should I be looking for in where to situate a well?
Marco Banks wrote:Utilizing gravity should be considered in your well site. It will take energy to pull that water up from the ground (a windmill or pump), but once you've brought it to the surface, you can store it in a tank and then use gravity to pressurize the system. It will sit there in the tank, just waiting for you to turn a valve and let it flow. Thus, it would make sense to site your well at the top of your property.
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