1. Type Of Ground: The type of ground and geology of the site where you want to drill a borehole are the biggest factor that will impact the borehole price. It is very important to have a experienced borehole professional doing the geology research of the site correctly, whether it’s rock, sand or clay you are dealing with.
2. Depth Of Borehole: Another important factor will be the depth of the borehole because groundwater will flow differently at different locations. This again can be found by the research done by the geology prospector, so experience is key in order to get the most accurate estimates as possible.
3. What is the purpose of drilling a borehole? There are not a one size-fits-all borehole solution.
4. The machinery, manpower and materials: This will also affect the water quality needed and the processes used to sink a borehole. All these factors will then depend on which materials, machinery and what manpower is needed to get the borehole drilled. Materials will include the physical construction for the borehole, machinery is the actual drill and the manpower is how many people you need to drill a specific borehole.