More than 13 million households in the United States rely on private wells for drinking water. Even if you have access to public water, installing a well on your property can be a great alternative to water that has been treated with chemicals. It also can help decrease the cost of your utility bills each month. The EPA does not regulate standards for the installation of private wells. So, their integrity and upkeep are up to the homeowners.
Prior to installing a well pump, it’s important to choose a qualified contractor that is trained to perform the project correctly. Our team of licensed plumbers offers well pump repair and installation services to homes in areas of Pennsylvania such as Ardmore, Havertown, Wayne, Drexel Hill, and Broomall. Give our technicians a call by phone at (484) 206-8594 to receive help installing a well pump.
New Water Well Installation
Well pump installation involves several steps and requires the use of specialized equipment. It should be carried out by a licensed, trained plumber or contractor.
A well pump installation requires a fair amount of planning. You may not be able to sink a well anywhere on your property, and you probably have no idea if there is an accessible underground aquifer. Our team of certified plumbers will be able to give you all of the installation options available based on groundwater levels and the layout of your property.
We offer reliable well pump repair or installation services and our team will be able to go over logistics like how many gallons different systems can extract or how large a water tank you need to meet your water consumption patterns. Our team will provide you with a consultation and estimate for a water well installation on your property.
Our certified technicians will drill the well borehole deep enough to access the underground aquifer. We will use a special drill that can break through the soil and even the hardest rock. The deepness of your well will depend on your location. The average depth is between 100 and 500 feet, but some types of wells are 1,000 feet deep or more. We offer trustworthy well pump repair services to homes in Havertown and other areas in Pennsylvania. To protect the piping and electrical wiring in your well, our team will install a PVC or stainless steel casing in your well. These protect the components and keep contaminants out of the water supply. Screens at the end of the casing filter out debris in the aquifer.
A submersible well pump sits near the deepest end of the well. This draws the water from the aquifer and pushes it up the piping to your home. Some wells have what is known as a jet pump. This type of well pump is installed above the ground and utilizes suction to circulate water out of the well on your property. Jet pumps are efficient for shallow wells. On the other hand, jet pumps can become less efficient when they are installed in deeper wells.
The system pumps water up to a pressurized tank on the surface, usually positioned in your basement or crawl space. From here the water is distributed to hot water heaters and throughout your home. Our team of plumbers offers reliable installation and repair services for jet pumps and submersible well pumps. Give our staff a call at (484) 206-8594 or book an appointment online to receive assistance configuring a well pump.
Some common indicators of well pump problems include low water pressure, dirty water, air in the lines, or loud noises from the pump. Also, if you see a spike in your electric bill, it could be the result of your well pump running continuously to maintain water pressure. Our technicians provide well pump repair services and will help you fix a leak in your pipes or a defective pressure switch. Pressure switches are designed to detect when the tank needs to be filled with water.
If you have low water pressure in your house, this is a sign of an issue with a component in your pump. Are you not receiving water on your property? This can be an indicator of an issue with the pump controller that is designed to sense when your tank pressure is low. If the electric breaker associated with the water well continuously trips, this is a sign you need to call a licensed technician to perform a well pump repair. In addition, strange noises may be a signal of issues with your pump. Give our staff a call by phone at (484) 206-8594 to receive help troubleshooting your well pump.
Well pumps can last 15 years or more. Conducting regular well pump maintenance and repairs can both prolong the life cycle of your system and help ensure it is operating at full capacity. An annual maintenance checkup will catch any potential problems. Since it is your responsibility to ensure that your water quality is up to suitable health standards, it is a good idea to do water tests every year.
These are simple checks for bacteria, nitrates, pesticides, and many other contaminants. There are a few other basic tasks you can do to assist in the upkeep of your well. Continuously inspect the condition of your tank, piping, and other components. Any signs of rust or leakage should be addressed immediately to avoid more serious problems. Another easy thing to do is keep a log of your well system performance. For instance, the flow rate is an easy thing to check and document.
Do not ignore a large issue with your well pump. To help you avoid an expensive replacement or installation, our licensed plumbers will perform annual repairs or maintenance to increase the lifespan of your system. Perform regular inspections of your pump to detect small issues before they become severe. Give our technicians a call at (484) 206-8594 to receive support with an inefficient or broken well pump.
Well Pump Replacement & Repair Services
Now that you have an idea of how a well pump operates, you can get your water-delivery system up and running. We are committed to providing you with dependable well pump repair and installation services to give you the peace-of-mind that your pump is operating correctly. Wm. Henderson has been providing well pump services across the state of Pennsylvania for over 40 years. We offer emergency plumbing services for well pumps in locations such as West Chester, Wayne, Ardmore, Havertown, and Broomall. Give our technicians a call at (484) 206-8594 to receive help with an issue. We pride ourselves on providing prompt and professional service. Contact us today to schedule a repair or consultation for a new water well installation.
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