There are a number of factors to consider when sorting through the drilling rigs on the market today. Cost is often near the top of the list, and even though it may be appealing to choose a low-cost option, such as a Deep Rock water well drill, many of the less expensive drills can cost you more in the long run. To help determine a drill’s potential value, it’s important to consider maintenance costs, service life expectancy, drilling applications and manufacturer support. These are the same factors that the engineers at Lone Star Drills consider during the design and manufacturing process.
Before buying, make sure a drill is well built. Look for heavy-duty steel frames, high-quality components and heat-treated alloy steel connections built to withstand challenging conditions. With proper maintenance, the service life of a well-designed drill can reach up to 20 years.
Lone Star drills are designed to excel in even the most challenging soil conditions. Mechanical drills work great in sand, clay and loamy soils. Hydraulic drills perform across all soil types, including most rock formations. For hard rock formations, couple a hydraulic drill with a down-the-hole hammer. Trailer-mounted models are capable of drilling to depths of 400 feet and can be easily towed by a basic utility vehicle.
Lone Star drills combine durable design elements backed by a commitment to value, offering 24/7 technical support, onsite training and quick parts delivery to cut downtime. To start drilling into higher profits, contact Lone Star Drills.