Watermin Drillers is a 100 per cent Australian owned company, which has a fleet of drilling rigs working seven days a week in various locations throughout NSW.
A large proportion of their work has been for vineyards and olive groves, as well as for the owners of subdivision blocks who, in many cases, have invested a considerable amount of money on either a large garden or livestock.
However, without a permanent water supply, a property cannot be utilised to any great degree.
“The most valuable asset any property can have is a permanent, reliable water supply and that is why having a water bore constructed to provide that water is the most important improvement landowners can make to their properties,” a Watermin Drillers spokesman said.
“No other single factor can compare with the importance of an adequate water supply on a property, as water is the heart of any rural operation, whether it is for crops, livestock, grapes, olives, fruit trees or feedlots.
“Bore water does not evaporate or easily become polluted and is not subject to local rainfall to replenish the supply.
“A water bore takes-up only a small amount of space and because the water is stored underground, quite often it is not necessary to purchase storage facilities, which can save the landowner quite a lot of money.
“These combined factors make a bore an ideal means of obtaining a permanent supply of water with free, underground storage.
“Watermin offers a complete service, which includes the initial site selection, test hole drilling, then design and construction of production hole, flow rate testing and completion of all paperwork to satisfy the legal requirements associated with bore construction.
“All drillers employed by the company are fully qualified and licensed with the NSW Office of Water.
“Watermin Drillers is a member of the Australian Drilling Industry Association and offers a full guarantee on all materials used in the construction of their bores and on all workmanship.
“A landowners’ water supply is the heart of their property.”
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