Our rig can drill over walls, through doors, and down stairs. We can guarantee success in our Cape Town region
Each borehole and wellpoint requires its own specific pump and parts for optimal use. We supply the right fit for your borehole!
We advise and supply a range of water storage products to suite your borehole and your water needs.
We test your borehole water, and make sure it is safe for consumption with various filtration methods and products
We run an annual borehole filtration and maintenance plan. We also restore and decommission
AquaBlue SA's borehole water drillers have been in the borehole, irrigation and landscaping industries for more than 30 years combined. We have a 100% success rate for finding water in most of Cape Town and surrounds. We are committed to ensuring the sustainable use of private borehole water and we drill in line with the Borehole Water Association ('BWA') and SANS recommendations and practices. We are a registered member of the BWA (see footer for certification).
We pride ourselves on qualities such as honesty, transparency and authenticity. Furthermore we value and strive to give you the best borehole installation with the highest yield at the best cost. With many years experience working with large teams on large sites, our team members pay attention to detail, carry out their duties with integrity, professionalism and efficiency.
How can we help?
Boreholes, pumps, storage, water filtration
The low down
rate in providing water for homes
A good start
The drill down
We have a rig that can go up and down stairs, over walls and through doors!
More water options
drilling and irrigation
Where we find ourselves
Whether you are ready to purchase a borehole or have just started considering the option of a borehole, we can all agree why it's on our radar. Domestic water use constitues a major part of urban water demand and has, across the globe, gained more importance in terms of the sustainability of urban water supply.
The effects of our recent severe drought has motivated the people of South Africa (especially Cape Town) to be better prepared and more knowledgeable as we move into a drier and hotter climate as predicted for South Africa.
Things we have learnt
Homeowners have implemented behavioural changes such as water use reduction strategies as taught via educational campaigns and shared on social media. Citizens have also invested in water saving fixtures e.g. eco shower heads and technological implementations such as metered households and water use monitors etc.
These adaptations have influenced individual water use decisions, and changes in user practices and daily habits alone have shown that total water consumption levels can be significantly influenced.
The available water supply, in urban areas especially, is facing drastic declines in quantity and quality and coupled with fears over the costs associated with maintaining our failing infrastructure is cause for concern.
Whilst the water services industry is re-engineering itself to better understand supply and demand in this changing environment, it could be some time until we have well designed and developed urban water conservation strategies and policies in place.
What does this mean for the consumer?
At the consumer level these issues are very real and, in Cape Town, as we celebrate the glorious recent rains, the takeaway is that this is now the new norm, celebrating the rain, any and all rain.
With this information at hand, one must consider carefully how investing in a borehole versus not doing so will impact you and your families life as we move into the future.