Quality Well Pump Installation & Replacement Services
The well pump is a crucial component of your well system since it supplies water to your house. However, it is prone to failure, which is not surprising since this mechanism works daily. Our Superior Plumbing & Heating team provides quick expert assistance in well pump installation and replacement around for those experiencing issues or just wanting to install a pump for the first time.
No matter how deep your well is and what type of pump you have, our plumbers’ deep expertise and problem-solving skills allow us to perform the work at the highest professional level in the shortest possible time. In almost 20 years of operating throughout the country, we have earned the trust of thousands of customers thanks to our:
- Commitment to high-performance
- Leading industry certifications – Red Seal and NATE
- Unparalleled constant service quality
- 90-day guarantee
- Transparent pricing policy
- Individual approach to each client and case
Request our specialists by phone or directly on the website for the best well pump replacement service!
How to Install a Well Pump?
The installation of pumps is a task that is best entrusted to specialists. After all, mistakes made due to a lack of knowledge and skills can make the unit underpowered, cause repeated breakdowns, and even force you to replace the pump soon after installing it. Equally important, each type of pump requires a specific approach during installation. Ignoring this fact is also fraught with the fact that the unit will only work at a partial capacity.
To illustrate what we mean, we suggest exploring a few pump types and installation features that our plumbers consider when they install a well pump:
- SUBMERSIBLE PUMPS. The breakdown of the hermetic seal, which enables water into the chambers holding the electric motor, or damage to the electrical wires is a significant source of damage to these pumps. Hence, special care must be taken to preserve the electric wiring while organizing a submersible pump installation.
- JET PUMPS. Unlike submersible pumps, jet pumps require priming when being installed. Other specifics requiring attention include a poorly fitted suction line and drawing from too deep. These issues can cause jet pumps to malfunction. In addition, the suction line needs to be airtight for the pump to work as it should since it needs to generate pressure to get a shut-off point.
- TURBINE PUMPS. As in previous cases, it is better to contact well pump installers to install this pump. Since the system is complex, many important things must be considered. For example, the pump should be located beneath the liquid’s level and as close to the liquid source as possible. Also, it’s critical to use short, straight pipes, minimize the number of bends, and provide a large radius of curvature.
How Often Should You Replace Your Well Pump?
A well pump typically lasts up to 15 years. But unfortunately, any pump is not immune from minor or major breakdowns, so you may need its replacement somewhere within this period. In particular, consider calling a specialist if you notice the following:
- A decrease in water pressure
- No water at all
- Air spitting from the faucet
- Well water is dirty
- Well pump runs constantly
Whatever problem you face, our team of experts will help you replace your well pump with the best quality!