Terms and Conditions are Subject to Change Without Notice.
Quotes are valid for 90 days.
Terms of payment are net 30 days.
All work is estimated for completion during regular business hours. The maximum allowable work day, including travel time is 12 hours or per diem costs may apply. Unless otherwise noted, crew hours will be charged at an overtime rate after 8.5 hours per day. Unless otherwise noted, drilling projects will be subject to a minimum charge of 6 hours.
If the scope of work is changed on quoted jobs, the project will be charged at our posted rates.
Where cluster well records would be supplied, additional charges will apply when single well records are requested.
All private and public locates must be present at all work sites at all times. Expired locates are unacceptable.
Landshark Drilling is not responsible for any cracks or damage to customer’s property that may result in the use of Landshark Drilling equipment or it’s designated Sub-Contractors.
Landshark Drilling Inc. assumes no liability for additional costs due to delays by others, site meetings, scope changes or additional work as may be required to carry out the functions as detailed in the attached estimate. In the event additional costs are incurred, which are not directly the responsibility of Landshark Drilling, including any direct and indirect costs associated with the delay will be added to the cost of the project accompanied with the supply of supporting documentation.
In the event it becomes necessary for Landshark Drilling Inc. to turn this matter over to its attorney or a collection agent for collection, customer agrees to pay for all collections fees, attorney fees and court costs as incurred for such collection.
A lien may be placed on this property for non-payment, for which a $1,000.00 charge will be made to defray the cost of such filing.
Soil cutting and water drums are for temporary storage only. It is the responsibility of the client and/or property owner to remove/dispose of them unless otherwise arranged thru Landshark Drilling Inc. Client holds Landshark Drilling Inc., its employees, affiliates and principles harmless in the event of drum failure or leakage, however caused, without limitation including any environmental impairments.
In the event flowing sands or artesian wells are encountered, the client will be charged at time and material for all associated costs. Landshark Drilling Inc. cannot guarantee quoted production rates in these scenarios.
All non-standard clients must provide a 50% upfront deposit payment before services are scheduled. Client further agrees that it shall be 100% liable for Landsharks’ costs for any drilling activities provided where the client requests Landshark to invoice a third party and funds are not paid within 60 days of invoice.
Drilling estimates are based on assumed production rates and the client acknowledges that many factors affect the rate of production. All projects will be invoiced on actual time and material spent on site.
Any tooling lost or damaged, however incurred, may be added on to the drilling invoice at a rate of cost plus 20%.
An Environmental Fee of $35.00 will be charged per day to provide for insurance and fuel surcharges charged against Landshark.
Flat rate day charges for Geoprobes may apply at the discretion of Landshark Drilling Inc.
A Decontamination Charge of $150.00 will be charged at the end of each job for tooling and equipment cleaning.
Mobilization and Demobilization charges are applied daily and rates will vary depending on equipment and staffing.
Landshark reserves the right to add, modify or delete any Terms or Conditions without notification.
Any cancellation of a drill booking may result in cancellation fees of the booked days and a minimum of 5 business days is required for any cancellation.
By accepting an Estimate and booking with Landshark Drilling, you are giving approval that if the land owner information or consent form is not provided by the completion of the job, Landshark can submit our “Client” contact information in the Land Owner section of the well record submission to the MECP.