Top Considerations When Hiring a Drilling Company Are you looking for a reputable engineering company to drill you a borehole? When you have your own borehole, you’re guaranteed of unlimited water supply on your property. For large water users, a borehole can, for many years to come, prove to be an invaluable asset. For many farmers in the UK, boreholes are a cost effective and convenient solution to their water supply needs. So how do you find and hire the right borehole drilling company? Here are some important factors to consider: Contractor’s accreditations For a costly project like a borehole, you wouldn’t want to waste your money and time with a company that is not accredited by the relevant authorities. Some of those accreditations are issued when a company complies with safety standards, which is important when dealing with engineering contractors of any kind. So ask to be shown all the accreditations held by your prospective contractor. The company should also be a member of professional organizations, such as the British Drilling Association.
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Your prospective contractor should provide a detailed quote for their services. The estimate should be itemized, with costs indicated for initial survey work, drilling, casing, cleaning up the site, etc. The information should be presented in an easy to understand format. If you have any questions about some items of the quote, do not hesitate to seek clarification from the contractor. It would also be a good idea to get estimates from a minimum of two contractors–keep that in mind. You may be surprised at how much money you could potentially save by doing this. It’s however not advisable to choose a contractor based purely on their affordability–which leads us to the next consideration: reputation. Contractor’s track record Finding a contractor with an impressive track record to back up their claims is important.You may want to ask for a few references that you can check with. Consider also how many years a company has been in business. The contractors that have been in operations for longer than a decade have decent industry experience, and thus likely to meet or go above your expectations. Professionalism and reliability Going by the manner in which they present themselves, would you say the contractor is a reputable organization? Do they have the latest state-of-the art equipment for the work, to begin with? See if the contractor provides any information regarding their equipment, as well as pictures on their website. You should also consider how dependable and prompt the contractor is–can one count on them to do a quick job? Are they quick to respond to your inquiries and also willing to address all your concerns.