Categories for Well Pump Failure

How Will I Know When My Water Well Dries Up?

May 25, 2022

As a property owner, you always expect your well to provide sufficient clean water every time you need it. This is the approach that any other homeowner has towards water wells. However, this might not always be the case. In some situations, your water well might dry up. In such a case, your pump will not provide any water. So, how do you tell your well has dried up? Water Pump Running for Longer Periods  Essentially, water pumps are designed to run for particular periods. Therefore, if you realize that your water pump is running for more extended periods, this... View Article

What Determines the Lifespan of a Well Pump?

January 20, 2022

Drilling a well for water can be an expensive endeavor. In order to get the most out of your well, it makes sense to choose the best water well pump possible for your well. What determines the lifespan of a water well pump? There are several factors that can play a part in the lifespan of a water well pump. Like many machines, much of the lifespan can be determined by the quality of the device and how much use it sees—but there are other factors that you should be aware of, too. Here are some factors that can play... View Article

Should You Repair or Replace a Well Pump?

December 20, 2021

Many Americans rely on well water for their household or business use. When you live too far away from municipal water supplies, you’ll need one (or more) well-maintained wells to supply water for drinking, bathing, cooking and more. Owning a well means you’ll inevitably have to make the choice at some point between well pump repair and replacement. Like any piece of machinery, your well pump has a finite lifespan. Proper maintenance ensures it lasts longer, but sometimes necessary repairs are more expensive than it would be to replace the pump altogether. Here’s what you need to know about well... View Article

Signs of Well Pump Failure and What You Can do to Confirm it

May 16, 2016

If you’ve moved into a home with an older well pump or your well pump installation is getting up there in years, the prospect of dealing with a well pump replacement sometime in the foreseeable future is likely high. While most pumps are designed to stand the test of time to deliver quality water to your home for 10 years or more, there will definitely come a time when it no longer does the job it’s supposed to. Recognizing the initial signs of a failing water pump is the first step in ensuring that you’re taking the appropriate steps to... View Article

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