HighWater - Private Water Supplies

HighWater - Private Water Supplies HighWater design, install and maintain private water supplies across Scotland, the North of England and the Isle of Man. HighWater are specialists in all aspects of Private Water Supplies including borehole drilling,springs, water treatment and consultancy.

Operating as usual

We were pleased to support this event providing outdoor education in our local community.Well done to all those organisi...
20/10/2021

We were pleased to support this event providing outdoor education in our local community.
Well done to all those organising what looked to be a great day.

Our teams were busy this week covering huge areas of the UK including this servicing trip to the Isle of Man!!If you req...
15/10/2021

Our teams were busy this week covering huge areas of the UK including this servicing trip to the Isle of Man!!
If you require assistance with maintenance of your private water supply visit www.HighWater.co.uk for further info...

Drilling with a view today at Loch Ness πŸ¦• Visit our website www.HighWater.co.uk to find out more about the services we c...
05/10/2021

Drilling with a view today at Loch Ness πŸ¦•

Visit our website www.HighWater.co.uk to find out more about the services we can offer.

Drilling with a view today at Loch Ness πŸ¦•

Visit our website www.HighWater.co.uk to find out more about the services we can offer.

All set up and ready for 3 days at GWCT Scottish Game Fair #scottishgamefair #privatewatersupply #borehole #boreholedril...
24/09/2021

All set up and ready for 3 days at GWCT Scottish Game Fair #scottishgamefair #privatewatersupply #borehole #boreholedrilling

All set up and ready for 3 days at GWCT Scottish Game Fair #scottishgamefair #privatewatersupply #borehole #boreholedrilling

20/09/2021

Think we can call that successful #borehole #boreholedrilling #privatewatersupply #groundwater #gwctscottishgamefair πŸƒβ€β™‚οΈ πŸ’¦πŸ’¦

If you are visiting the Game Fair next week make sure and come say hello πŸ‘‹πŸ»
15/09/2021
GWCT Scottish Game Fair

If you are visiting the Game Fair next week make sure and come say hello πŸ‘‹πŸ»

When drilling a borehole beside Loch Ness it is important to keep one eye out for water and one eye out for Nessie!! #lo...
23/07/2021

When drilling a borehole beside Loch Ness it is important to keep one eye out for water and one eye out for Nessie!! #lochness #lochnessmonster #borehole #boreholedrilling #privatewatersupply #watertreatment #tonsofwater

20/07/2021

With this extended period of dry weather it is important to use water wisely...

There are many ways that you can save water around your home.

You may find the following tips helpful.

1. Use a bowl in the sink when washing fruit, vegetables of dishes. You can then use the waste water to water your plants.
2. Fill a jug of water and put it in the fridge for when you want a cool drink.
3. Turn off the tap when you clean your teeth. A running tap uses up to nine litres of water a minute.
4. Wait until you have a full load before using your washing machine or your dishwasher. Some new washing machines use less than seven litres of water for each kilogramme of clothes, while modern dishwashers can us as little as 10 to 15 litres of water a cycle.
5. If possible, take a shower instead of a bath. A five-minute shower uses about 40 litres of water. This is about half the volume of a standard bath.
6. Use a water-saving device in your toilet cistern. Depending on the size of your cistern, you could save between one and three litres each time you flush the toilet.
7. Using a watering can in the garden instead of a sprinkler or a hosepipe. Garden sprinklers and hosepipes left running can use between 500 and 1,000 litres of water an hour.
8. Think about fitting a water butt to collect rainwater off your roof. Water butts usually store about 200 litres of water. As well as being better for watering your plants, using rainwater in the garden reduces the amount of treated water you use.
9. Check your property regularly for leaks on your internal plumbing.

By using water wisely and cutting down on the amount of hot water you use will lower your gas and electricity bills. It will also reduce the amount of climate-changing greenhouse gases you release into the atmosphere.

Using less water will also help reduce the greenhouse gases that are released from collecting, treating and supplying clean water.

What is happening here?  Just two really big tanks being installed!2 x 25,000 litre water tanks for an impressive develo...
20/07/2021

What is happening here? Just two really big tanks being installed!

2 x 25,000 litre water tanks for an impressive development in the north.

Turns out the Lake District is lovely place to be in the sunshine too!! #lakedistrict #keswick #privatewatersupply #bore...
15/07/2021

Turns out the Lake District is lovely place to be in the sunshine too!! #lakedistrict #keswick #privatewatersupply #borehole #drilling #watertreatment

Turns out the Lake District is lovely place to be in the sunshine too!! #lakedistrict #keswick #privatewatersupply #borehole #drilling #watertreatment

Is there a better place to be than a remote Scottish Glen in the sunshine?! β˜€οΈ β›°πŸŒŠ#scottishhighlands #privatewatersupply ...
13/07/2021

Is there a better place to be than a remote Scottish Glen in the sunshine?! β˜€οΈ β›°πŸŒŠ
#scottishhighlands #privatewatersupply #borehole #watertreatment

Is there a better place to be than a remote Scottish Glen in the sunshine?! β˜€οΈ β›°πŸŒŠ
#scottishhighlands #privatewatersupply #borehole #watertreatment

09/07/2021

Happy Friday everyone..ruuunnnn!!! πŸƒβ€β™‚οΈ πŸ’¦ β˜”οΈ
#borehole #boreholedrilling #privatewatersupply #windfarm #concretebatchingplant #dustysimnomore

Summer time drilling #privatewatersupply #boreholedrilling #boreholewatersupply #scotland
28/06/2021

Summer time drilling #privatewatersupply #boreholedrilling #boreholewatersupply #scotland

30/04/2021

Today we are thanking Maureen for all of her efforts over the years wishing her a long and happy retirement!! Have a blast Mo!!

Here, there and everywhere today private water supplying... #boreholedrilling #privatewatersupply
22/04/2021

Here, there and everywhere today private water supplying... #boreholedrilling #privatewatersupply

Here, there and everywhere today private water supplying... #boreholedrilling #privatewatersupply

Wind, sunshine and water πŸ‘ŒπŸ» #privatewatersupply #boreholedrilling #windfarm
21/04/2021

Wind, sunshine and water πŸ‘ŒπŸ» #privatewatersupply #boreholedrilling #windfarm

Cracking day for a trip to the north coast β˜€οΈ πŸ– πŸ’¦  #boreholedrilling #privatewatersupply #waterwelldrilling
01/04/2021

Cracking day for a trip to the north coast β˜€οΈ πŸ– πŸ’¦ #boreholedrilling #privatewatersupply #waterwelldrilling

Cracking day for a trip to the north coast β˜€οΈ πŸ– πŸ’¦ #boreholedrilling #privatewatersupply #waterwelldrilling

The coldest February day for 66 years!! Get in touch if you need help protecting your water supply against the cold weat...
11/02/2021

The coldest February day for 66 years!!

Get in touch if you need help protecting your water supply against the cold weather...

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The coldest February day for 66 years!!

Get in touch if you need help protecting your water supply against the cold weather...

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The sun setting on another days drilling #boreholedrilling #waterwell #privatewatersupply #sunset
09/02/2021

The sun setting on another days drilling #boreholedrilling #waterwell #privatewatersupply #sunset

The sun setting on another days drilling #boreholedrilling #waterwell #privatewatersupply #sunset

Red sky at night...
19/01/2021

Red sky at night...

Red sky at night...

17/12/2020

β€œJust want to say thank you all so much for everything you did for us yesterday. The team and support was exceptional and the water is flowing”
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All set up and ready to start... πŸ’¦ πŸ’¦ πŸ’¦ #boreholedrilling #waterwelldrilling #waterwell #privatewatersupply
12/11/2020

All set up and ready to start... πŸ’¦ πŸ’¦ πŸ’¦ #boreholedrilling #waterwelldrilling #waterwell #privatewatersupply

All set up and ready to start... πŸ’¦ πŸ’¦ πŸ’¦ #boreholedrilling #waterwelldrilling #waterwell #privatewatersupply

Drilling at the top this weekπŸ” β˜€οΈ πŸ₯ƒ
28/10/2020

Drilling at the top this weekπŸ” β˜€οΈ πŸ₯ƒ

Thankfully the dust didn’t last too long before the water arrived!!  πŸ’§ πŸ’§ πŸ’§
22/10/2020

Thankfully the dust didn’t last too long before the water arrived!! πŸ’§ πŸ’§ πŸ’§

09/10/2020

Success πŸ’¦πŸ’¦πŸ’¦πŸ’¦πŸ’¦πŸ’¦πŸ’¦πŸ’¦πŸ’¦πŸ’¦πŸ’¦πŸ’¦πŸ‘ŒπŸ»

Drilling a borehole water well in the sunshine #boreholedrilling #privatewater
09/10/2020

Drilling a borehole water well in the sunshine #boreholedrilling #privatewater

Drilling a borehole water well in the sunshine #boreholedrilling #privatewater

Getting set up for drilling in the shadow of The Royal Yacht Britannia🚒 #boreholedrilling #royalyachtbritannia #distille...
15/09/2020

Getting set up for drilling in the shadow of The Royal Yacht Britannia🚒 #boreholedrilling #royalyachtbritannia #distillery #privatewatersupply

Getting set up for drilling in the shadow of The Royal Yacht Britannia🚒 #boreholedrilling #royalyachtbritannia #distillery #privatewatersupply

We have the country well covered today...from the far north of Scotland, the islands, the east coast and the Penines!Whe...
30/07/2020

We have the country well covered today...from the far north of Scotland, the islands, the east coast and the Penines!

Wherever you are we can provide assistance with your private water supply!

We have the country well covered today...from the far north of Scotland, the islands, the east coast and the Penines!

Wherever you are we can provide assistance with your private water supply!

We are open and able to assist with all aspects of Private Water Supply maintenance.  Please follow the advice provided ...
01/07/2020
Private water supply advice to tourist accommodation providers

We are open and able to assist with all aspects of Private Water Supply maintenance. Please follow the advice provided by The Highland Council (or your local area) and contact us if you require assistance.

Private water supply advice to tourist accommodation providers - Private water supply advice to tourist accommodation providers

During the COVID-19 pandemic we have remained open to provide essential services where required.   We have prepared Risk...
23/06/2020

During the COVID-19 pandemic we have remained open to provide essential services where required. We have prepared Risk Assessments to cover all areas of the business in line with government guidance and are pleased to be getting back to work and carrying out a broader scope of services for a wider range of households and businesses now that restrictions are being eased.

If you require any help with your private water supply please call us on 01667 451 009 or 01786 630 220.

During the COVID-19 pandemic we have remained open to provide essential services where required. We have prepared Risk Assessments to cover all areas of the business in line with government guidance and are pleased to be getting back to work and carrying out a broader scope of services for a wider range of households and businesses now that restrictions are being eased.

If you require any help with your private water supply please call us on 01667 451 009 or 01786 630 220.

If you have a private water supply and require assistance due to water scarcity help is available from your local counci...
28/05/2020
Water scarcity and Highland Council support for users of private water supplies

If you have a private water supply and require assistance due to water scarcity help is available from your local council. Click the link for advice from The Highland Council. You can call HighWater on 01667451009 for further help and advice.

Water scarcity and Highland Council support for users of private water suppliesΒ  - Water scarcity and Highland Council support for users of private water suppliesΒ 

It’s Water Saving Week..There are many ways that you can save water around your home. You may find the following tips he...
14/05/2020

It’s Water Saving Week..

There are many ways that you can save water around your home. You may find the following tips helpful.

1. Use a bowl in the sink when washing fruit, vegetables of dishes. You can then use the waste water to water your plants.

2. Fill a jug of water and put it in the fridge for when you want a cool drink.

3. Turn off the tap when you clean your teeth. A running tap uses up to nine litres of water a minute.

4. Wait until you have a full load before using your washing machine or your dishwasher. Some new washing machines use less than seven litres of water for each kilogramme of clothes, while modern dishwashers can us as little as 10 to 15 litres of water a cycle.

5. If possible, take a shower instead of a bath. A five-minute shower uses about 40 litres of water. This is about half the volume of a standard bath.

6. Use a water-saving device in your toilet cistern. Depending on the size of your cistern, you could save between one and three litres each time you flush the toilet.

7. Using a watering can in the garden instead of a sprinkler or a hosepipe. Garden sprinklers and hosepipes left running can use between 500 and 1,000 litres of water an hour.

8. Think about fitting a water butt to collect rainwater off your roof. Water butts usually store about 200 litres of water. As well as being better for watering your plants, using rainwater in the garden reduces the amount of treated water you use.

9. Check your property regularly for leaks on your internal plumbing.

By using water wisely and cutting down on the amount of hot water you use will lower your gas and electricity bills. It will also reduce the amount of climate-changing greenhouse gases you release into the atmosphere.

Using less water will also help reduce the greenhouse gases that are released from collecting, treating and supplying clean water.

It’s Water Saving Week..

There are many ways that you can save water around your home. You may find the following tips helpful.

1. Use a bowl in the sink when washing fruit, vegetables of dishes. You can then use the waste water to water your plants.

2. Fill a jug of water and put it in the fridge for when you want a cool drink.

3. Turn off the tap when you clean your teeth. A running tap uses up to nine litres of water a minute.

4. Wait until you have a full load before using your washing machine or your dishwasher. Some new washing machines use less than seven litres of water for each kilogramme of clothes, while modern dishwashers can us as little as 10 to 15 litres of water a cycle.

5. If possible, take a shower instead of a bath. A five-minute shower uses about 40 litres of water. This is about half the volume of a standard bath.

6. Use a water-saving device in your toilet cistern. Depending on the size of your cistern, you could save between one and three litres each time you flush the toilet.

7. Using a watering can in the garden instead of a sprinkler or a hosepipe. Garden sprinklers and hosepipes left running can use between 500 and 1,000 litres of water an hour.

8. Think about fitting a water butt to collect rainwater off your roof. Water butts usually store about 200 litres of water. As well as being better for watering your plants, using rainwater in the garden reduces the amount of treated water you use.

9. Check your property regularly for leaks on your internal plumbing.

By using water wisely and cutting down on the amount of hot water you use will lower your gas and electricity bills. It will also reduce the amount of climate-changing greenhouse gases you release into the atmosphere.

Using less water will also help reduce the greenhouse gases that are released from collecting, treating and supplying clean water.

We hope you are all staying safe...We remain open to provide Emergency Breakdown Services.Today our engineer visited a p...
19/04/2020

We hope you are all staying safe...

We remain open to provide Emergency Breakdown Services.

Today our engineer visited a property of an essential NHS worker to restore the water supply.

If you need us we are still here to help!!

Stay Safe πŸ’§ πŸ’§ πŸ’§

We hope you are all staying safe...

We remain open to provide Emergency Breakdown Services.

Today our engineer visited a property of an essential NHS worker to restore the water supply.

If you need us we are still here to help!!

Stay Safe πŸ’§ πŸ’§ πŸ’§

Coronavirus - Temporary reduction to our services
26/03/2020

Coronavirus - Temporary reduction to our services

Coronavirus - Temporary reduction to our services

Address

Unit 10 Grigorhill Industrial Estate
Nairn
IV12 5HX

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 5pm
Tuesday 8am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 5pm
Thursday 8am - 5pm
Friday 8am - 5pm

Telephone

+441667451009

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