There are certain benefits to having a water well for your home. In general, when you have a water well, you enjoy all of the benefits of a self sustaining supply of fresh and clean water brought to you through a water well pump. But what happens when something goes wrong, what if it comes time for you to need a water well pump repair? Be certain that when the time comes, you can call water well pump repair specialists Plumb Doctor, LLC a call at 317-306-9343 today.
What is a water well pump?
A water well pump is a device that moves water from the ground into the home through the manipulation of air pressure. Most pumps come with a water pressure tank. The pressure tank ensures that there is even water pressure throughout the house. When the water pressure throughout the home is regulated, it reduces the number of times the pump needs to turn on and off, thus reducing wear and tear on the device.
If there seems to be a problem with your water pump, it could mean that it’s time to replace your water pump, or your water well pump needs to be fixed. If you think that you have an issue with your water well pump or your water pressure tank, give us a call today!
What are the types of well pumps?
There are three types of well pumps that are commonly used as water well pumps. Those three types of pumps are:
Jet Well Pump
Centrifugal Well Pump
Submersible Well Pump
How much does it cost to maintain a water well pump?
An annual well pump inspection can cost anywhere in between $100 to $120 per well pump inspection. However, a new water well pump can cost anywhere between $1000 to close to $2000 for certain higher end water well pumps with higher capacity requirements.
How long does a well pump last?
Water well pumps typically last from as little as 8 up to as long as 10 years before they need to be replaced. There are in some instances, however and if you are fortunate, well pump can last up to 15 years. And that’s with moderate pump use.
Who do I call if I need a water well pump repair?
If you’ve had your water well pump around 8 to 10 years or if you suspect your well water pump is getting old or isn’t powerful enough to properly supply your home, call Plumb Doctor, LLC to help save you time and possibly a lot of money on fixing a problem that could have easily been avoided.
Give Water Well Pump Repair Specialists Plumb Doctor, LLC a call today! 317-306-9343