Gerry Comerford Drilling Ltd can use water divining as part of our water finding processes. Water divining is just one of many methods used to find the best place to drill a new well. Water divining is an ancient practice for finding water that has been used in one form or another since the middle ages.
Water divining is the process of using an L shaped piece of wood or copper rods to locate a good source of groundwater. This process is one of many methods we see to make sure we select the very best place to drill a water well for your home or farm. Water divining is often used on farms when finding an appropriate location to drill a second well.
Water Divining FAQ
Yes, the terms water divining and water dowsing refer to the same thing and are often used interchangeably.
It’s important to keep in mind that due to the depth of our boreholes our wells will always produce water. We also use a number of scientific instruments to ascertain where the best place to maximise this water production is. Water divining is one strategy we use amongst many.
Water divining is popular all over the world. Everyone from Californian farmers to Irish homeowners has used a form of water divining to locate the best place to drill for water.