Borehole Drilling Prices, Requirements & Companies In Kenya

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Borehole Drilling Prices, Requirements & Companies In Kenya


Get a quick guide of borehole drilling prices, and registered borehole drilling companies in Kenya. Know the requirements and the quotation for borehole drilling to expect in your county for borehole drilling.

Borehole drilling is often done using borehole drilling equipment commonly known as a motorized drilling rig. A drilling rig is a borehole drilling machine that can drill boreholes or wells for water, oil, or gas.

A general description of a drilling rig is that it is a massive structure that can penetrate through the Earth’s surface to dig deep holes.

The rig is often mounted on trailers or trucks to make it mobile. Borehole drilling machine prices in Kenya can cost about Ksh. 3 million for heavy duty single unit borehole drilling rig.

Besides, the more advanced and robust the drilling is the higher the cost you can incur. However, for commercial purposes, it is worth the price.

Borehole Drilling Prices In Kenya

How much does a borehole cost to drill in Kenya? On average the quotation for drilling borehole can cost as low as Ksh 500,000 and as high as Ksh. 6 million which is an average borehole drilling price in Kenya. The cost accounts for licensing, labor, transport logistic, water pump, and many more.

Shorter water tables lead to less drilling expenditure and can cost much less than the average market price. Thus, it is important to engage a borehole drilling company for an exact quotation for your borehole. Also, NYS borehole drilling services are also affordable.

Borehole Drilling Cost For Various Counties

The cost of drilling a borehole in Kitui Kenya, Machakos, and Makueni ranges from Ksh. 800,000 to Ksh. 6 million. The cost for drilling a borehole in Mombasa, Nairobi, and Nakuru can range from Ksh. 700,000 to 4 million. Check this table for a better understanding.

Cost Of Drilling A Borehole In

Estimated Borehole Drilling Prices

Kisii

Ksh. 500,000 – Ksh. 1.2 million

Bomet

Ksh. 500,000 – Ksh. 1.2 million

Eldoret

Ksh. 500,000 – Ksh. 1.2 million

Kericho

Ksh. 500,000 – Ksh. 1.2 million

Narok

Ksh. 500,000 – Ksh. 1.2 million

Nakuru

Ksh. 700,000 – Ksh. 3 million

Machakos

Ksh. 800,000 – Ksh. 4 million

Makueni

Ksh. 800,000 – Ksh. 4 million

Kitui

Ksh. 1.5 million – Ksh. 6 million

Nairobi

Ksh.900,000 – Ksh. 3 million

Borehole Drilling Cost for Different Counties

Requirements for Borehole Drilling

There are several factors influencing the overall cost of borehole drilling. A few things that must be done include:

1. Investigating the Site Location

The place you desire your borehole to be drilled and the distance from the drilling company affects the cost. High logistic costs may be incurred if your place is too far from the drilling company you choose.

2. Assessing Water Table

A physical site survey or examination has to be done in order to determine issues such as whether or not that place can be a water source.

3. Geological Nature of the Site

Places that have tough ground and require much power to drill can cost higher compared to easy to drill places.

4. Depth of the Hole

A higher depth and larger width hole uses a lot of resources to drill which can be reflected on the overall cost of the project

5. Type of Pump

The suitability of a pump to be used for each drilled hole is different depending with the depth of the hole and the general geological nature of the site. Types of borehole pumps include: solar water pumps or electrical water pumps.

6. You Need License

A permit to allow the drilling company drill your site is mandatory and needs some money.

7. Company Policy Requirement

Companies charge differently for drilling a borehole. Some borehole drilling companies may charge per cubic meter. However, other companies sum up the whole cost together with the company’s profit then gives the cost for the whole project.

Borehole Drilling Companies In Kenya

The following is a list of borehole drilling companies in Kenya

1. Waterlink Limited Drillers

Location: Vision Plaza

Phone: 0722 740 522

2. Davis & Shirtliff

Davis & Shirtliff headquarters is located in Dundori Road, Industrial Area, Nairobi.

Phone: 0711 079 000.

The company has several branches in most counties in Kenya. Davis & Shirtliff is a big company in Kenya and supplies various water equipment across the company. The company does borehole drilling as well as installing a control and a pumping system. The company also supplies other equipment including solar, generators, swimming pools, and water treatment.

3. Rhino Water Drillers

Location: Karen Langata Road

Phone: 0722 585 936

4. Apex Boreholes & Engineering Co. Ltd

The company headquarters is located in ABC Bank Building, Dar Es Salaam Road, Nairobi.

Phone 1: 0725 267 083.

Phone 2: 0726 679 886

Apex Boreholes Company is well established such that it serves East African Community. The company has many staff including engineers and geologist. Also, it owns four rigs, three pump testing units, five surveys tetrameters, and many more drilling equipment.

5. Wotech Kenya Ltd

Location: Near Avenue Hospital, Batu Batu Gardens, Nairobi

Phone: 0732 564 481

6. Aquadeep Drilling Solutions Limited

The company is located in the CM Construction Godown No. 15, Behind FEIL Godowns, After City Cabanas Fly Over, Off Mombasa Road, Nairobi.

Phone: 0718 637 447

Just like other borehole drilling companies in Kenya, Aquadeep Drilling Solutions Limited does fresh borehole drilling as well as borehole refurbishment. They also supply pumps and control system.  

7. Simba Drilling Company Limited

The company is located along Karen Road.

Phone: 0780 117 447

8. AntonLiners Systems

Location: Off Mombasa Road, Solanite Industries Store, Nr. 3

Phone: 0718 765 936

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