Borehole Drilling Prices

Important Things to Know about Borehole Drilling Prices Water supply has been a hot topic over the last couple of years in South Africa. Due to a series of extended periods of drought wreaking havoc across the country – and the subsequent soaring of water prices – people everywhere are eager to curb their water usage, start capturing rainwater, and find alternative sources of water. One very popular solution is to drill for water. Borehole drilling gives residents and agricultural professionals access to groundwater reserves, which is generally less affected by drought than stored surface water supplies. There are many

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Borehole Drilling Allows You to Tap into All These Benefits

More than ever, water security and responsible water usage are at the forefront of social consciousness in South Africa. For the past couple of years, various regions throughout our country have been experiencing crippling drought, with strict water restrictions being put in place to ration the available supply. As South Africans, we have risen to the challenge, adapting our water-usage habits and becoming much more responsible. Many of us have also resorted to borehole drilling to supplement our water supply to allow us to function normally, even with strict municipal water restrictions in place. While achieving some relief from water

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Borehole Drilling Is A Feasible Way to Access An Alternative Water Source

A borehole is as an alternative source of water for your home or business. Groundwater is a term that refers to the yielded water from your borehole. Since the aquifer is underground and drilling is required to gain access to it, it is called groundwater. Many residential and industrial properties in Gauteng take advantage of having a source of groundwater. It is accessible by drilling a well into the nearest underground aquifer and installing a pump to pump the water to the surface. The process is much more complex than simply finding a soft spot and starting to drill. There

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Our Borehole-Drilling Solutions

Core drilling is for creating cylindrical holes in the ground. These are needed for creating maintenance holes and wells and they are also commonly used in mineral exploration, going very deep into the ground to extract samples. These samples are tested to examine the contents of the soil at that specific depth. The results are handy for mining operations, as they play a determining role in where the best possible siting would be for a mine. Although this form of drilling is mostly aimed at industrial applications, it is also a feasible way to drill boreholes. Since its basic function

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