Across the country are underground geological aquifers of water, created mostly from rainfall and evaporation. When cleaned, this water can become safe for drinking: our task is connecting you to this source of water so it can later be used for a range of daily needs.
Boreholes extract this water from the ground. Boreholes are basically a system of pipes and tubes working to suck the water up from underground for your use. They are durable under the intense underground pressure and are built to last for a long period. Their depth ranges based on location, but typically falls between 60m and 80m.
Often, inserting boreholes means going through hard rock and other geological factors that are tough to cut through. Our water bore drillers are prepared for hard rock drilling and can cut through the hardest rock surfaces to reach the water stored far beneath the ground. As a borehole makes its way into the ground, different mineral factors come into play, and it gets harder to drill through these materials than what is on the surface. The Central West Water Bores team is trained to overcome these challenges: our tools drill through all rock forms until we reach the well.
Once we complete this process of water boring, drilling, and inserting the borehole, you will have a functioning borehole well to provide you with clean water from the subterranean surfaces of the Earth. This easy water access is helpful to clients across Australia—in fact, much of our water supply as a population comes from employing these methods successfully.