Boreholes Northern Cape
Boreholes in Northern Cape
We are Boreholes Northern Cape and we offer four main services. Drilling Water Bores, Bore Pumps, Pump Tests and Heat Loops. Our team at Boreholes Northern Cape consists of a very experienced crew, who are all in constant training, through the Industry Training Organisation. Within drilling there is involvement from many sectors, and training is a big part of our high standard in-house culture.
Boreholes Northern Cape offers complete well drilling and boring services in and around the Northern Cape. Our team of professionals at Boreholes Northern Cape are reliable, efficient, and have years of experience drilling for all purposes. We at Boreholes Northern Cape accurately drill new bores for farms, horticulture, irrigation and household use.
For comprehensive water well drilling services all over Northern Cape give our professional team at Boreholes Northern Cape a call today.
What we offer at Boreholes Northern Cape
The Northern Cape is South Africa’s largest province, with desert landscapes, wildlife and gemstones. With Botswana, it shares Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, whose red sand dunes shelter lions and falcons. Wild daisies and other springtime flowers carpet the typically arid plains of Namaqualand, a region stretching into Namibia. In Kimberley, the provincial capital.
At Boreholes Northern Cape we offer our clients:
- Accurate knowledge of geology and ground water development
- Quality workmanship and construction practices
- Skilled water well drilling engineers
- Techniques using modern cable tool drilling equipment
- You can depend on Boreholes Northern Cape to give you positive results, every time – on time.
Quoting of Boreholes from Boreholes Northern Cape
Boreholes costs are for Resource Consent processing, Drilling, Equipment, Labour, drilling materials, casing, screens. Developing ready for installation of the pump. Boreholes Northern Cape will give you a quotation for the drilling of a bore, not an estimate cost. Whether we are there for 2 days or 2 weeks.
All Water bores require a Resource Consent from your Regional council to drill the bore. We assist with the processing of the consent. Times vary for the Council to grant the consent, normally within 4-6 weeks.
New Bore sites have to be 50-100m away from your neighbour’s bore if possible, or you will require the consent from your neighbour if not.
Site Access/Bore positioning
Good site access for 2 trucks to drill the bore, flat if possible, with metal to avoid getting the trucks stuck.
To keep the cost down for the client, a site close to power if possible is recommended. i.e. Side of the garage, in the driveway with man-hole cover. In a garden area. Farm bores are often close to a shed.
Please remember to always have access to the bore in the future, for pump servicing. Bores today do not need a shed over them; most have a submersible pump down within the bore.