How Much Does Directional
Horizontal directional boring cost varies depending on the project. Smaller projects typically are given a lump sum underground boring price and larger projects have a directional boring cost per foot. We have listed some of the considerations below which impact cost on a project. Auger Boring (Jack and Bore or Dry Boring) tends to be more expensive than horizontal directional boring. Typically medium to large project sites need to be seen in person. Smaller projects such as driveway bores or others can be estimated commonly from looking at pictures of the location provided from our customer.
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Every directional boring project is unique; for example, directional boring in Texas encompasses widely varied soil conditions from rock to dirt to clay depending on location. Texas directional boring or Texas directional drilling requires knowledge of soil conditions as well as other project site factors.
Factors we will consider when generating your directional boring cost estimate require some knowledge of the following:
- Soil conditions (drilling in dirt or rock)
- Size of utility, casing or inner-duct being installed
- Depth of Bore
- Length of Bore
- Location of job site (chances are we have a boring crew in your immediate area)
- Number of utilities located in immediate bore path area.
- Is hydro excavation of existing utilities required?
Underground directional boring projects require different tooling according to project site conditions underground. Boring underground also known as underground directional drilling requires knowledge of existing underground utilities. Cost of directional boring per foot can be given on medium to large boring projects. Cost of directional boring will vary depending on the parameters listed above. Underground boring prices can have a significant price range depending on these factors. We can turn your directional bore estimate around in less than 24 hours on most occasions. We recommend giving us a call or sending an email with a few simple pictures attached and general information. It’s that easy. Precision directional boring requires multiple questions to be answered prior to receiving an estimate.