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Borehole drilling cost in kenya

Borehole drilling cost in kenya

Borehole drilling cost in kenya 2021 updated

NB:the steel prices have risen contributing to rise in casing costs these are the updates drilling prices for 2021/2022 however the prices are not stable the steel prices have risen by up to 70% the highest ever seen since the inception of borehole drilling in Kenyan History.

One thing to note is that drilling costs are determined by many factors as shown below:

  • The complexity of the borehole drilling process either mud or normal
  • Depth level of the borehole
  • If its in urban or in rural setting
  • Mobilization of workers depending how far the location is from the Capital of Nairobi

 

The cost of drilling a borehole in Kenya  and its environs starts at Ksh 6,500 to 9,500 per meter.

i. drilling per meter in nairobi and its environs (kiambu and machakos) ksh.6,000/=
ii. drilling per meter in kitui, makueni, narok, embu, kirinyaga and central region ksh. 6,000/=
iii. drilling per meter in rift valley, nyanza, western kenya region ksh. 6,500/=
iv. drilling per meter in isiolo, marsabit, and meru region ksh. 8,000/=
phase 3- pump installation (equiping)
pump supply and installation range from approximately ksh. 250,000/= to ksh. 850,000/=. this depends on depth drilled (h) and quantity of water found in that specific borehole to be pumped (q) and power connections.
all the above charges are tentative subject to geol
-bo
-water chemical analysis
phase 4 tanks and tower construction as per client specifications… and amount of water obtained inbi cubic metres… less bigger storage (advice )
thank you for contacting us.

We are happy to partner with the Kenyan government to drill more borehole in the arid and semi arid counties in Kenya.we have started with  Rural Water Supply in Baringo County 

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23 comments

  1. Kindly send a quotation for 40&60m borehole in Nairobi.

    Reply
    1. Thank you for your interest in our services

      Borehole drilling is a process that begins with the Hydro-geological survey and Environmental Impact Assessment, by professionals accredited to Water Resources Authority ( WRA) and NEMA respectively for the purpose of Authorization to drill.

      The former process also provides us with an estimated drilling depth which forms the bases of the Costing, as the total cost is dependent on the final depth.

      For budgetary purposes however;
      The Hydro-geological survey will cost Ksh 50,000 plus Ksh 7000 for the Authorisation to drill permit from WRA application and subsequently Ksh 40,000 for NEMA. The actual drilling will cost at an average of Ksh 6500 per metre as the cost of steel have gone up

      From experience, depths will range approximately 150-200 metres in your location(meaning drilling alone will average 1-1.3Million), A hydro-geological survey is thus paramount for us to have acloser estimate of the depth. This can be undertaken as soon as you are ready.

      NOTE You will finally need an electric(Three phase) pump whose cost will only be determined after the drilling and testing the yield capacity of your borehole though Ksh 450,000 is a good estimate

      We hope this gives you an insight of the process and the requirements, including cost estimates.

      We will undertake all the applications and follow up the issuance of the licenses after you commit us for the drilling work upon receipt of our quotation.

      Revert to us for any clarification and/or more information on the same.

      D.Wambugu

      Technical Team Leader

      Visions plaza, Mombasa road

      Mobile: +254 722740522

      Reply
  2. I desperately need a bore-hole, because i need to do some irrigation however, there’s no source of reliable nearby
    Thanks

    Reply
    1. Thank you for your interest in our services

      Borehole drilling is a process that begins with the Hydro-geological survey and Environmental Impact Assessment, by professionals accredited to Water Resources Authority ( WRA) and NEMA respectively for the purpose of Authorization to drill.

      The former process also provides us with an estimated drilling depth which forms the bases of the Costing, as the total cost is dependent on the final depth.

      For budgetary purposes however;
      The Hydro-geological survey will cost Ksh 50,000 plus Ksh 7000 for the Authorisation to drill permit from WRA application and subsequently Ksh 40,000 for NEMA. The actual drilling will cost at an average of Ksh 6500 per metre as the cost of steel have gone up

      From experience, depths will range approximately 150-200 metres in your location(meaning drilling alone will average 1-1.3Million), A hydro-geological survey is thus paramount for us to have acloser estimate of the depth. This can be undertaken as soon as you are ready.

      NOTE You will finally need an electric(Three phase) pump whose cost will only be determined after the drilling and testing the yield capacity of your borehole though Ksh 450,000 is a good estimate

      We hope this gives you an insight of the process and the requirements, including cost estimates.

      We will undertake all the applications and follow up the issuance of the licenses after you commit us for the drilling work upon receipt of our quotation.

      Revert to us for any clarification and/or more information on the same.

      D.Wambugu

      Technical Team Leader

      Visions plaza, Mombasa road

      Mobile: +254 722740522

      Reply
  3. Hello, this is very good info. I have a piece of land in Ngarua which boarders Baringo. Kabel and Muchongoi areas. I would like to have a borehole dug for without sufficient water supply one cannot farm effectively. I would also want 4 tanks of 10,000 stand erected and aI would want the water to be pumped by solar pumps. Can you guys give me a comprehensive quote for all this? Kind regards
    Ngugi Sam

    Reply
    1. Thank you for your interest in our services

      Borehole drilling is a process that begins with the Hydro-geological survey and Environmental Impact Assessment, by professionals accredited to Water Resources Authority ( WRA) and NEMA respectively for the purpose of Authorization to drill.

      The former process also provides us with an estimated drilling depth which forms the bases of the Costing, as the total cost is dependent on the final depth.

      For budgetary purposes however;
      The Hydro-geological survey will cost Ksh 50,000 plus Ksh 7000 for the Authorisation to drill permit from WRA application and subsequently Ksh 40,000 for NEMA. The actual drilling will cost at an average of Ksh 6500 per metre as the cost of steel have gone up

      From experience, depths will range approximately 150-200 metres in your location(meaning drilling alone will average 1-1.3Million), A hydro-geological survey is thus paramount for us to have acloser estimate of the depth. This can be undertaken as soon as you are ready.

      NOTE You will finally need an electric(Three phase) pump whose cost will only be determined after the drilling and testing the yield capacity of your borehole though Ksh 450,000 is a good estimate

      We hope this gives you an insight of the process and the requirements, including cost estimates.

      We will undertake all the applications and follow up the issuance of the licenses after you commit us for the drilling work upon receipt of our quotation.

      Revert to us for any clarification and/or more information on the same.

      D.Wambugu

      Technical Team Leader

      Visions plaza, Mombasa road

      Mobile: +254 722740522

      Reply
  4. Hi. Can i get a quotation for the total cost of surveys,licences,drilling and um installation. This is in Kandara Muranga

    Reply
    1. Thank you for your interest in our services

      Borehole drilling is a process that begins with the Hydro-geological survey and Environmental Impact Assessment, by professionals accredited to Water Resources Authority ( WRA) and NEMA respectively for the purpose of Authorization to drill.

      The former process also provides us with an estimated drilling depth which forms the bases of the Costing, as the total cost is dependent on the final depth.

      For budgetary purposes however;
      The Hydro-geological survey will cost Ksh 50,000 plus Ksh 7000 for the Authorisation to drill permit from WRA application and subsequently Ksh 40,000 for NEMA. The actual drilling will cost at an average of Ksh 6500 per metre as the cost of steel have gone up

      From experience, depths will range approximately 150-200 metres in your location(meaning drilling alone will average 1-1.3Million), A hydro-geological survey is thus paramount for us to have acloser estimate of the depth. This can be undertaken as soon as you are ready.

      NOTE You will finally need an electric(Three phase) pump whose cost will only be determined after the drilling and testing the yield capacity of your borehole though Ksh 450,000 is a good estimate

      We hope this gives you an insight of the process and the requirements, including cost estimates.

      We will undertake all the applications and follow up the issuance of the licenses after you commit us for the drilling work upon receipt of our quotation.

      Revert to us for any clarification and/or more information on the same.

      D.Wambugu

      Technical Team Leader

      Visions plaza, Mombasa road

      Mobile: +254 722740522

      Reply
  5. What’s the cost in Nyandarua (Ol-Joro-Orok)

    Reply
    1. Thank you for your interest in our services

      Borehole drilling is a process that begins with the Hydro-geological survey and Environmental Impact Assessment, by professionals accredited to Water Resources Authority ( WRA) and NEMA respectively for the purpose of Authorization to drill.

      The former process also provides us with an estimated drilling depth which forms the bases of the Costing, as the total cost is dependent on the final depth.

      For budgetary purposes however;
      The Hydro-geological survey will cost Ksh 50,000 plus Ksh 7000 for the Authorisation to drill permit from WRA application and subsequently Ksh 40,000 for NEMA. The actual drilling will cost at an average of Ksh 6500 per metre as the cost of steel have gone up

      From experience, depths will range approximately 150-200 metres in your location(meaning drilling alone will average 1-1.3Million), A hydro-geological survey is thus paramount for us to have acloser estimate of the depth. This can be undertaken as soon as you are ready.

      NOTE You will finally need an electric(Three phase) pump whose cost will only be determined after the drilling and testing the yield capacity of your borehole though Ksh 450,000 is a good estimate

      We hope this gives you an insight of the process and the requirements, including cost estimates.

      We will undertake all the applications and follow up the issuance of the licenses after you commit us for the drilling work upon receipt of our quotation.

      Revert to us for any clarification and/or more information on the same.

      D.Wambugu

      Technical Team Leader

      Visions plaza, Mombasa road

      Mobile: +254 722740522

      Reply
  6. I am a farmer in Ndeiya and hope to do a solar powered borehole with 200 – 250 metres overhead and an hourly flow of 10 cubic metres. What could be the cost upto and including instalation?

    Reply
    1. Thank you for your interest in our services

      Borehole drilling is a process that begins with the Hydro-geological survey and Environmental Impact Assessment, by professionals accredited to Water Resources Authority ( WRA) and NEMA respectively for the purpose of Authorization to drill.

      The former process also provides us with an estimated drilling depth which forms the bases of the Costing, as the total cost is dependent on the final depth.

      For budgetary purposes however;
      The Hydro-geological survey will cost Ksh 50,000 plus Ksh 7000 for the Authorisation to drill permit from WRA application and subsequently Ksh 40,000 for NEMA. The actual drilling will cost at an average of Ksh 6500 per metre as the cost of steel have gone up

      From experience, depths will range approximately 150-200 metres in your location(meaning drilling alone will average 1-1.3Million), A hydro-geological survey is thus paramount for us to have acloser estimate of the depth. This can be undertaken as soon as you are ready.

      NOTE You will finally need an electric(Three phase) pump whose cost will only be determined after the drilling and testing the yield capacity of your borehole though Ksh 450,000 is a good estimate

      We hope this gives you an insight of the process and the requirements, including cost estimates.

      We will undertake all the applications and follow up the issuance of the licenses after you commit us for the drilling work upon receipt of our quotation.

      Revert to us for any clarification and/or more information on the same.

      D.Wambugu

      Technical Team Leader

      Visions plaza, Mombasa road

      Mobile: +254 722740522

      Reply
  7. How much would it cost for you to drill for me a borehole on my land at Akala (about 33km from Kisumu -Bondo Road.

    Reply
    1. Thank you for your interest in our services

      Borehole drilling is a process that begins with the Hydro-geological survey and Environmental Impact Assessment, by professionals accredited to Water Resources Authority ( WRA) and NEMA respectively for the purpose of Authorization to drill.

      The former process also provides us with an estimated drilling depth which forms the bases of the Costing, as the total cost is dependent on the final depth.

      For budgetary purposes however;
      The Hydro-geological survey will cost Ksh 50,000 plus Ksh 7000 for the Authorisation to drill permit from WRA application and subsequently Ksh 40,000 for NEMA. The actual drilling will cost at an average of Ksh 6500 per metre as the cost of steel have gone up

      From experience, depths will range approximately 150-200 metres in your location(meaning drilling alone will average 1-1.3Million), A hydro-geological survey is thus paramount for us to have acloser estimate of the depth. This can be undertaken as soon as you are ready.

      NOTE You will finally need an electric(Three phase) pump whose cost will only be determined after the drilling and testing the yield capacity of your borehole though Ksh 450,000 is a good estimate

      We hope this gives you an insight of the process and the requirements, including cost estimates.

      We will undertake all the applications and follow up the issuance of the licenses after you commit us for the drilling work upon receipt of our quotation.

      Revert to us for any clarification and/or more information on the same.

      D.Wambugu

      Technical Team Leader

      Visions plaza, Mombasa road

      Mobile: +254 722740522

      Reply
  8. we can sell you quality drilling tools

    Reply
    1. call/whatsapp: 0722740522 call/whatsapp: 0722740522

      Reply
  9. Hello I’m in kirinyaga Mwea..I wish to have a borehole in my plot..could you please give details of how much it can cost to have a stardands borehole or what does it entails..please advice..thenx..0722-740-662
    WhatsApp..0733-647-404

    Reply
    1. call/whatsapp: 0722740522

      Reply
  10. Ok I live in gatundu kiambu.how much would it cost to get a well not exceed 150 m

    Reply
    1. call/whatsapp: 0722740522

      Reply
  11. My home is in siaya not far from sinaga girl whats the approximate water drilling depth

    Reply
    1. Thank you for your interest in our services

      Borehole drilling is a process that begins with the Hydro-geological survey and Environmental Impact Assessment, by professionals accredited to Water Resources Authority ( WRA) and NEMA respectively for the purpose of Authorization to drill.

      The former process also provides us with an estimated drilling depth which forms the bases of the Costing, as the total cost is dependent on the final depth.

      For budgetary purposes however;
      The Hydro-geological survey will cost Ksh 50,000 plus Ksh 7000 for the Authorisation to drill permit from WRA application and subsequently Ksh 40,000 for NEMA. The actual drilling will cost at an average of Ksh 6500 per metre as the cost of steel have gone up

      From experience, depths will range approximately 150-200 metres in your location(meaning drilling alone will average 1-1.3Million), A hydro-geological survey is thus paramount for us to have acloser estimate of the depth. This can be undertaken as soon as you are ready.

      NOTE You will finally need an electric(Three phase) pump whose cost will only be determined after the drilling and testing the yield capacity of your borehole though Ksh 450,000 is a good estimate

      We hope this gives you an insight of the process and the requirements, including cost estimates.

      We will undertake all the applications and follow up the issuance of the licenses after you commit us for the drilling work upon receipt of our quotation.

      Revert to us for any clarification and/or more information on the same.

      D.Wambugu

      Technical Team Leader

      Visions plaza, Mombasa road

      Mobile: +254 722740522

      Reply
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