Well Pump Installation & Replacement in Lexington, NC
• water and drain lines for leaks
• proper flow of all drains
• water heater (including flush)
• functionality of kitchens, bathrooms, laundry, etc.
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What are Common Warning Signs of a Broken or Deteriorating Well Pump & Tank in Need of Replacement?
Your well pump should be a reliable and trouble-free part of your home, but there are several reasons it can break and need to be replaced. If your well pump or tank has stopped working, call the professionals at Pro Plumbing Air & Electric for a replacement today.
- Are you experiencing low water pressure, short cycles, or air sputtering from the faucets in your home?
If this is the case, there is most likely a pressure failure with your well pump or tank. As a result, the air that is supposed to pressurize the water to your home is leaking out the faucets. Pressure failures with your well pump or tank can create even more costly problems if not addressed, so call Pro Plumbing Air & Electric today to have one of our experts provide a solution!
- Does your water appear to be dirty or have abnormal colors?
If you are seeing dark colors or particles in your drinking water, your well pump is in need of adjustment and may need to be replaced. This problem can indicate that your well pump is too close to the bottom of the well - resulting in settlement in your water. If this is the case, it’s time to call a trusted professional at Pro Plumbing Air & Electric today.
How much does it cost to install a submersible well pump?
The type of pump, its depth, location, and the size of your well all determine the cost of replacing and/or installing a submersible well pump. Have a trusted Pro Plumbing Air & Electric plumbing expert assess your home and water needs to get a quote on the cost to install a submersible well pump.
What does it mean when your well pump runs constantly?
If you notice your well pump is running constantly, it is highly likely there is a larger underlying problem with your pump. Potential issues with your well pump could be a leak in the drop pipe, air leaks in the impeller of the pump casing, faulty check valves inside of the well pump, and/or a damaged foot valve at the bottom of your well. If your well pump is running constantly, call a Pro Plumbing Air & Electric repair expert to help resolve the issue.
Is it okay to turn off my well pump?
If your well pump is properly maintained, it should be okay to turn off your well pump. When doing so, it’s also a good idea to shut off the power to the hot water heater. In rare cases, a broken water line can siphon water out of the hot water heater, causing damage to the unit. It’s important to have your well pump properly maintained by a Pro Plumbing Air & Electric professional at least once a year.
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