Cobble Hill water well drilling requires knowledge of its varied and unique geology and topography. It is 336 meters in elevation, or 1102 feet. It is mostly covered in evergreen and maple trees, and small amounts of brush where the hillside isn’t too steep.
It also has a network of trails and paths running along the hillside in a switchback fashion to accommodate for the steep slopes. From the top of Cobble Hill there are views of the Cowichan Valley, Saanich Peninsula and Gulf Islands.
When drilling water wells in Cobble hill, drillers encounter mostly of common rock, with a small amount of limestone and granite, and a layer of topsoil on top of that. The soil is deep enough to support the large trees near and on the hill.
Even though most large cities in British Columbia get their water from surface sources such as lakes, rivers, and dams, it is estimated that there is ten times as much fresh water below the land surface than in all the lakes and rivers combined. Cobble Hill water well drilling accesses the abundant supply of groundwater in below the surface of the hill.
Across Vancouver Island, groundwater is a far safer water source than surface water because it is protected by soil or rock. At Drillwell, our extensive experience has demonstrated that Cobble Hill water well drilling, when properly done by our certified technicians, can provide you with a water supply that is not as easily contaminated as surface water. A properly constructed Cobble Hill water well is the best way to insure that the water you drink is safe and clean.
Pricing for Cobble Hill water well drilling is usually done on a per foot basis. Drive shoes and well screens are extra, but at Drillwell there are normally no hourly, consultation, or developing charges.