My neighbors have the well that serves the 6 houses in the row that they had not cut, but built a bathroom on them, I recently took my Lino floor and discovered my floor was moldy and wet, complaining to my owner and he doesn`t seem to know all the ideas6was I can do?. How can I charge them for the use of electricity that supplies the water? I`m very frustrated and I don`t know where to start. The well is on someone else who is not using the well. I understand that there is a common good agreement. The well pump is not currently working properly and there may be a leak or crack in the well. Every time our neighbours use water, our pressure does not exist and will not sometimes return for several days. I think it is illegal to cut off the water pipe that leads to their home. Right now, we are not in the best financial position and we cannot afford to repair the well on our own. As a family of 3 with a small son, our electric water pump bill costs $84 per month. They don`t currently live in the house, they try to fix it to sell it. I do not think it is fair to calculate half the bill, but they have to pay half of the well repair costs.
Our credit ratings are both bad, so I can`t borrow to fix it. How can I send him an invoice to pay in advance the repair costs and electricity they have consumed in the last 12 months? If you are thinking of buying a house that has a common well, there are a few things to consider: How do you know that the water pump costs $84/mo in electricity? Does he have his own performance knife? If not, how do you calculate this power beyond your normal power consumption? If it has its own meter, it should be easy to know who owes what for the electricity bill (including the count for how long you paid the bill on your own) depending on what the agreement says. If it`s not on a separate meter, I`d suggest moving it on its own, so you have a real number in the future, and can use it to negotiate what your neighbors may owe you for the return bills. I have a question, and I hope you can help me. I live on land and we share a well running from my meter. (4 houses use it). Do I have to charge them for water consumption? Do you know what kind of wells you have? The depth of the well, the GPM level or the type of pump would be useful information. If there is only one tank in the neighbors` basement, then you should add a separate system that would power your side of the house. If it is a jet pump-style system, simpler solutions would be available.
Connection to a public or communal water/wastewater management system is necessary whenever possible. Water quality for a single water supply must be in line with the requirements of the competent health authority. If the local authority does not have specific requirements, the maximum levels set by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) apply to impurities. If the health authority is unable to carry out the water quality analysis on time, a commercial test laboratory or a certified health engineer acceptable to the health authority may collect and test the water sample. Water treatment systems are not acceptable for wells that do not meet ave quality standards due to insufficient depth or a source of contamination near supply. However, where there is no public water available and the individual water supply in the area is fed by an aquifer certified by the Public Health Authority to be contaminated, the property is eligible for a VA loan if the lender provides a copy of the letter from the Ministry of Public Health confirming groundwater contamination. that all requirements in the mortgage letters HUD 92-18 and 95-34, via individual water purification systems, have been met for the property, and that the former buyer`s written confirmation that he/she understands that the well water that serves the property must be constantly treated p