Water is essential to everyday living and when your well pump fails, restoring water to your home quickly is crucial. Sometimes this can be accomplished with repairs, but serious failures may require replacing your well pump. Mr Well Pump is equipped to meet all your well pump service needs – including water well pump and well tank replacement – to get water flowing back into your home promptly.
There are a few situations that may call for replacing your well pump – your pump problems are beyond repair; you’ve outgrown the usage limits on your existing pump; you’re looking to replace an older system with a more efficient submersible system. Whatever your reasons for replacing your well pump, Mr Well Pump can meet your needs.
When you open a faucet and no water comes out, you know there’s a problem with your well or well pump. That’s the most obvious sign, but there are many other signals that your system is failing: sputtering or pulsing water flow; cloudy or muddy water; unusually high utility bills; or an off taste or odor to your water tells you something is wrong. Unfortunately, many well pump problems are difficult for homeowners to assess because most of the components are underground. When you have an issue with your well water, Mr Well Pump technicians will diagnose the problem and explain it to you so, together, you can plan the best course of action.
If you have a well, chances are you have either a jet pump or submersible pump system. (Centrifugal pumps, the third type of system, are used only with shallow wells.) The main difference is the way the pumps get water from the well to the outlet. Jet pumps are aboveground pumps that draw water up from the well, whereas submersible pumps are positioned at the bottom of the well and push water up to the surface. Because of this, jet pumps are limited to the size of the well they can effectively service. Submersible pumps are designed to work regardless of the size of your well.
If you are looking to switch your jet pump system to a submersible system, Mr Well Pump can help. Our technicians can evaluate your needs and recommend the submersible pump system that will save you in terms of time, energy and money.
Time-Saving Submersible Water Pumps – Submersible pumps are self-primed and ready to go when needed. Jet pumps, on the other hand, need to be primed – a tricky task since you need to get water into the pump without allowing any air in. Sometimes this can require multiple attempts. Jet pumps can also lose their prime and stop working.
Energy-Efficient Submersible Water Pumps – Submersible water pumps are also more energy efficient than jet pumps with 30% faster pressure, which is better for both the environment and your wallet!
Maintenance-Free Submersible Water Pumps – Submersible pumps are virtually maintenance free because the motor and pump are sealed and reside in a cool water environment, which helps to protect against overheating. With fewer problems, you will incur fewer repair cost. Also, although the initial cost of a submersible pump may be higher, the system’s longer life expectancy makes it an investment that will save you money over the long term.
Whether you need to replace a faulty well pump or you’re looking to upgrade to a more efficient system, call Mr Well Pump to inquire about our well pump and well tank replacement services. Rest assured you will be our top priority!