Well Pump Repair in Westchester County – Lightning Causes Well Pump Failure
Posted on November 28, 2014 by admin in Well Pumps
After a Lightning Storm, You May Need Well Pump Repair
Lightning strikes are one of the leading causes of well pump failure. If your well pump is struck by lightning it may continue to work for a week or two after the strike. After a damaged pump runs for a few weeks, the wires may fray and stop working altogether, leading to complete well pump failure.
The good news is, if your well pump was struck by lightning, your homeowner’s insurance may cover the cost of replacement. It is important to check your policy to confirm coverage.
Having problems with you well pump? Give us a call. We’ll diagnose your problem and work to resolve your well pump woes in a professional, timely manner. We will even help you work with your insurance company to recoup some of the costs of a new well pump, if your pump was struck by lightning.
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