A typical drilling rig on a successful bore hole
There are many places you can put in a bore hole and not find water. The job of a dowser is to see first of all if you have any water at all under your land and we normally check out several spots. If water seems to be evident, how deep is it? And what is the rate of flow?
If we find water at 150 ft. in one spot, it may be 200ft. at another . The drillers charge a price per metre drilled so if we can save you the cost of drilling an extra 50ft., it is money well spent.
If we don't find any water or insufficient flow for your needs, we have saved you a lot of money.