Fortunately, well pumps last for many years, but there may come a time when you begin to suspect something isn’t just quite right with your pump. You may have noticed a lack of water pressure or simply turned on a faucet only to find no water.
If you’re starting to have doubts about your well pump, consider these signs that may indicate a problem. After a closer examination of your system, you might need the services of an experienced pump repair service.
Poor water pressure can occur when insufficient amounts of water are not being pumped and the pump is not able to run at maximum capacity.
Pipes in well houses may develop leaks or the air bladder inside the pressure tank may be damaged.
This is just the kind of repair problem that Perry’s Pump Repair is well equipped to handle.
If you go to turn on the garden hose or the faucet in your kitchen and you have no water coming out, resist the urge to panic. Yes, there could be a problem, but our technicians at Perry’s Pump Repair are well-trained and ready to handle any type of well pump repair needed.
Having no water flow at all usually points to a well pump problem. However, no water could be an indication of a different type of problem. You may simply have a clogged line, a pipe has become damaged or broken, or the unit might have a blown fuse.
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We’re all aware that running the air conditioner during hot summer months increases utility bills, but if you’ve noticed an incredible increase in your electric bill, it may be caused by a malfunctioning well pump that requires a water well pump repair.
In some situations, when electric bills begin to skyrocket, our Gainesville, FL well pump repair technicians have found that pumps will start to wear out when they become clogged with silt or sand, which makes it much harder for the pump to function.
It is also not too unusual for a check valve to go bad, which affects the signals to turn pumps on and pressurize pressure tanks. This repeated cycle of turning on and off occurs continuously, which can dramatically increase your power bill.
A substantial drop in the water table due to drought or groundwater gases mixing with water can cause water to sputter as it comes out of your faucet. If these events are unlikely in your situation, you might have a corroded or broken drop pipe, which connects the water system to the pump.
Since most homeowners aren’t qualified to determine pump issues, it’s often best to seek out our services for water well pump repair.
As you can see, there are a couple of reasons why your well pump may not be functioning correctly. Obviously, some situations are more serious than others. However, the one thing you can depend on is that Perry’s Pump Repair will provide the best pump repair in the area and get you back up and running in no time.
Contact Perry’s Pump Repair for well pump repair and services throughout North Central Florida. We are a family-owned and operated company with three generations of experience. We are committed to providing excellent customer service and quick repairs on most makes and models of well pumps.