SITE CLEARANCES

Site clearances must be valid and in place before any drilling job may be started. The owner or person contracting us to do your drilling job is responsible for ensuring that all services such as but not limited to: Gas, electrical, water etc. and are clearly marked when around immediate area of drilling area and that the area has been given clearance by those companies are in place to cover the duration of the drilling job. If a line watch is required while drilling, it is the owner/hire’s responsibility to line this up in conjunction with your scheduled drilling appointment.

All sites must be accessible by a rubber wheel mounted drilling rig and service unit. There must be adequate room for both of these vehicles to access the property and set up operations.

Drilling can be messy and it is the owner’s responsibility to have adequate drainage and clean up after job as necessary.

By calling Sask 1st Call at 1-866-828-4888 (sask1stcall.com) and request at least two to four business days before our work is to commence, and request them to come out to mark all underground lines.

Please check our FAQ section for other common answers to questions you may have.

Call for any information you require before booking.