Introduction: How to Hand Dig a Water Well

Sure you can hire someone but sometimes that isn't an option.  Could be the expense, the mess, the room, heck maybe you just don't want anyone to know you are sprinkling your lawn for free.  (your business, not mine)

I could not see spraying filtered chlorinated drinking water on grass and veggies when the ground water was less than 12 feet below my feet.  Years ago I set out to dig my own well, knowledge,equipment and naysayers be damned.  It was an adventure, not all the ideas worked but I can say not only did I do it, it wasn't as hard as I thought and cost me less than $600 total.  If you do what I say not copy what I did, it will go even more smoothly for you!

Again this series of videos chronicles the adventure, along the way friends are made, moments are shared, ideas fail, success is found and water is sprinkled.


Sam1987 (author)2013-04-24

Wow! That's awesome! Congrats man!

rimar2000 (author)2013-03-19

This a very useful info, thanks for sharing it.

rimar2000 (author)rimar20002013-03-19

It's a pity the videos has too few captions.

NelsonStudios (author)rimar20002013-03-19

Yes, I made them back before I really knew how to do this.

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