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\"\"Drilling and boring services are used to create holes, enlarge them or to tap or link resources from underground locations. From the basic well drilling services to underground directional utility contractors, a boring and drilling contractor has got you covered. Whether you’re drilling 10 feet or 1,000 feet, it’s up to you to hire the best boring contractor for the job.

And that starts with finding a licensed and insured drilling professional. A simple verification of state licensing information from your local building department or building code enforcement agency can make sure you’ve got a drilling company who is qualified and legal to do the work. A boring and drilling contractor who verifies their insurance information can prove to you that if any problems occur during the project, that they will be the ones who are held responsible for incurred costs and damages.

Although a drilling license and up to date insurance proves that a drilling and boring contractor is ready for business, it certainly doesn’t mean they are going to be the right drilling company for the job. A license only proves that they are qualified for the task—a set of good references proves that they are experienced in not only the work that needs to be done, but also in customer satisfaction.

Because boring and drilling mechanics offer such a wide variety of services, they often specialize in specific tasks. What that means is that a surface well drilling contractor probably won’t do a directional subterranean drill project under roadbeds. Whatever your underground boring or drilling project, be sure your drilling contractor is up to the task.

Before you agree to any contract, it’s always a god idea to check for depth clauses in the contract. When shooting for a specific depth, an estimate is given as to when or where the drilling will be completed. More often than not, that depth may be exceeded. A contract that ensures a specific monetary amount per foot after exceeding the original estimate is in your best interest to ensure that you’re not going to go too far over budget in case of an underestimated depth. Always make sure your contract covers the estimated depth of the drill and what happens when it exceeds that estimated depth.


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