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Top Considerations When Hiring a Drilling Company A you in the hunt for a reputable engineering firm to drill a borehole for you? Having your own water borehole guarantees an unlimited supply of water on your property. For large water users, a borehole can, for many years to come, prove to be an invaluable asset. For many a farmer in the UK, a borehole is a convenient and cost effective solution to their water supply needs. So how do you go about the process of finding and hiring the best borehole drilling company? Here’s a look at some of the top considerations: Check for accreditations For a cost-intensive project such as a borehole, you would want to waste your time and money with a contractor that lacks accreditation from 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 the prospective contractor to show you the company’s accreditations. The firm should also be a member of a such professional bodies as the professional British Drilling Association.
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Quote should be detailed
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The prospective contractor needs to provide a detailed estimate for their services. The estimate should be itemized, with costs indicated for initial survey work, drilling, casing, cleaning up the site, etc. This information should be presented in an easily understandable format. If you have any questions about some items of the quote, do not hesitate to seek clarification from the contractor. Also keep in mind that it would be prudent to get estimates from at least two different contractors. 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. Consider contractor’s reputation It’s important to find a contractor with an excellent track record to back up their claims.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. Those that have been in business for than a decade have some good industry experience and are thus more likely to meet or go beyond your expectations. Reliability and professionalism Would you say the contractor is a reputable organization, going by their manner of presentation? Do they have the latest state-of-the art equipment for the work, to begin with? See if any information about the equipment, as well as pictures, are provided on the contractor’s website. Consider also how reliable and prompt the contractor is–can you count on them to complete a job quickly? Do they respond to your inquiries promptly, and are they willing to address all your concerns?