About Watler & Hislop Services
Watler & Hislop Services is a septic and well drilling company that has been conducting business in the Cayman Islands since 1972. As of 1 September, 2011, Watler & Hislop Services began operating under new ownership and opened its doors to a brand new work environment.
Still located at the same place, 354 Shedden Road, it’s an easy stop to make on your way in or out of George Town.
Each of our clients have unique needs to be met and our company is happy to tailor services to best suit requests and ensure a transparent relationship and seamless process. We provide services for all product lines we represent, as well as all other makes and models. We will listen to our customers and provide the best solutions to help control costs, provide high machine availability, increase property value and protect your investment.
Our field technicians average over 20-30 years of industry experience and are trained to ensure a promise of quality, reliability and success. We value strong relationships and are committed to delivering the right equipment solutions and support to power your project’s success.
Working with community partners, Watler and Hislop Services Ltd hopes to lay the foundation for a new generation of economic growth, opportunity for underprivileged communities and those who occupy them and ensure a Cayman Islands that individuals can thrive and grow in the years to come. We are pleased to partner with charities such as the National Council of Voluntary Organizations (NCVO), Cayman’s Act of Random Kindness (ARK) and to support communities including the Central Scranton Community.
Watler and Hislop Managing Director Sydney Shaw and team presents Mr. Dale Ramoon and representatives of the Central Scranton Community with back to school packs for children in need
Watler and Hislop Services Ltd is a proud sponsor of the Caymans ARK – Acts of Random Kindness summer internship program which provides underprivileged Caymanian children with the opportunity to attend summer camps. Through these camps, ARK aims to expose children to new interests and life skills. Managing Director Sydney Shaw (middle) and WH summer intern Zariah Anglin (right) present ARK representative Natalie Mallinson (left) and siblings Keeshano and Kayden with sponsorship cheque.