Harare Borehole Drilling in Zimbabwe
Borehole drilling company in Harare, Zimbabwe offers the most affordable borehole well drilling services to give you the cleanest underground fresh water from depths exceeding 40 meters. A borehole costs only USD$1500, depending on ground conditions. Our borehole services list:
- Borehole siting
- Borehole drilling
- Borehole casing
- Borehole fishing
- Borehole flushing
- Borehole rehabilitation
- Borehole deepening
- Water pump installation
- Water tank installation
Borehole Drilling Companies in Zimbabwe
Why choose us?
Harare borehole drilling stands out from the rest to give more value to the customer. Our standard borehole price is in most cases all you need to spend to get a borehole for your company or home use. For customers in Harare, you do not need to pay more for us bring our drilling equipment to your borehole site or location. Customers outside Harare only need to pay for the diesel we use to travel to your borehole site, that is charged according to how our trucks burn fuel in kilometeres per litre of diesel. Our standard borehole price covers the following:
Harare travel costs
Borehole drilling to 40 meters
Standard borehole casing
Borehole Drilling Prices
We are the most affordable borehole drilling company
giving you clean water at only USD$1500.
for a 40 meter borehole
- Harare travel costs
- Borehole drilling to 40 meters
- Standard borehole casing
- Borehole flushing
- 12 months warranty
Wanting more? contact us we can give you a tailor made package to suite your needs.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much is a borehole?
Only $1500 in Harare, Zimbabwe. We drill up to a depth of 40 meters as standard and provide casings at no extra costs.
Can I increase borehole depth?
Yes, we charge $30 per meter from the a depth of 40 meters.
Do you guarantee water after drilling?
No, prospecting for water is not an axact science. We cannot get a clear picture of what is underground before get there. All we can do is pray we hit gold.
What is the best borehole water pump?
It all depends on preference of the borehole owner. Bush pumps are common in large communities while submersible pumps are used on private properties.