Helderberg Exploration Drilling, established in 2001 and has grown into an extremely professional and capable drilling company.
We have happy clients in mining, agriculture, government and many other industries.
Our borehole drilling team is well known for neat and organized drill site with minimum environmental impact at the location where we are drilling
Helderberg Exploration Drilling take pride in working in the most social and environmentally responsible way possible.
We constantly strive to uplift our employees and surrounding communities.
We also leave the smallest possible environmental footprint without compromising the quality of work we deliver.
The Occupational Health and Safety Act No. 85 of 1993 compliance and the specified safety and environmental requirements of our client are strictly adhered to. We are committed to the health and safety of all personnel and equipment at our work location.
Helderberg Exploration Drilling has full health and equipment insurance. We also acquire full third party insurance to the requirement and specification of our clients.
“It was really a pleasure working with you guys after the tender was approved and awarded the next thing I found was a job completed and well done. I wish all projects could work like this.”(We installed a borehole fitted with a 10000 liter tank on a brick plinth that provided pressurized water to the unit kitchen and ablutions as well as supply to two adjacent buildings.)
“I have work with many similar companies and can tell you that you are the best at what you do I have so far encountered.”(We installed a borehole fitted with water filtration, storage, irrigation and water supply for Anton’s food processing factory to international food standards.)
“I what to thank Mulder and his team for completing the Hoopstad 51/33 sample grid for us. I thought you price was a little too low but was pleasantly surprised by you service. You samples was clean and precise and communication with our team that struggled with English very helpful.”(We RC Drilled a sample grid for Jujuy Energía y Minería Sociedad del Estado (JEMSE) north west of Hoopstad 105 holes in total. Samples where tagged and bagged every meter. The biggest challenge of this project was to ensure good communication with the Argentinians most could speak only very basic English.)