The cost of borehole drilling is depends on several factors. These factors include the location, depth, geology of the area, accessibility, and the drilling company or contractor chosen. It's important to note that the drilling cost is just one component of the overall borehole installation cost, which can also include expenses for casing, screens, pumps, well development, and any additional equipment or services required for water treatment or distribution.
The cost of borehole drilling is typically calculated based on a per-foot or per-meter basis. However, it's important to keep in mind that the price can vary greatly depending on the region and local market conditions. On average, the cost of drilling a borehole can range from a few thousand dollars to tens of thousands of dollars.
For shallow boreholes of up to 100 feet (30 meters), the cost can range from $10 to $30 per foot ($30 to $100 per meter). However, as the depth increases, the cost per foot or meter may also increase due to the additional equipment, labor, and time required for deeper drilling.
Additional factors that can impact the cost include the complexity of the geological formations, the need for specialized drilling techniques or equipment, site accessibility (which may require additional equipment or labor for site preparation), and any permits or regulatory requirements specific to the location.
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