Are you thinking about drilling a bore for your home and need more information? We may have the answers to your questions here. If you are unable to find the answer to your question or want to request a free quote, please get in touch with us!
What are the costs involved in getting a water bore drilled?
Southern Downs Drilling offers competitively priced bore drilling costs and options. Individual bore costs are impacted by the location of the site, depth of the bore and any unique geographic considerations. Contact Travis with all your requirements and he will provide you with an affordable and comprehensive quote.
How far in advance should a bore drilling job be booked?
It’s advisable to book as far ahead as possible. Depending on advance bookings already confirmed, shorter booking time frames may be accommodated.
Is there a cancellation fee once a job is booked?
As long as the equipment has not left the depot there will not be a fee, this is usually 48 hours prior to drilling is to start.
What equipment does the customer need to provide?
There is no equipment needed from the customer.
Will Southern Downs Drilling undertake a site visit prior to the job date?
Site visits are available up request. Some jobs will require a site visit prior to the booked date due to site access issues and other requirements.
What areas do you service?
Southern Downs Drilling services many locations and communities across southern Queensland. These areas include but are not limited to all areas across the Darling Downs, Lockyer Valley, South Burnett, Southern Downs and Western Downs. For more information about the locations we service, please visit our Areas Serviced page.
How long will the job take?
Every hole is different however, Travis and his team will always keep you informed on the progress being made every step of the way.
Can I pick the site for the new bore?
Yes. It is the customer’s responsibility pick the location of the bore. Customers usually select a site based on local knowledge or the location of other nearby bores. Other customers will engage their own geo-technical experts to undertake site analysis.
What can bore water be used for?
Using bore water is great option for small acreages and farms as it can be used irrigation, livestock and domestic water supplies.