Keep Your Home Running Smoothly With a Well Pump Repair
If you are a homeowner whose water comes primarily from a well, then you know how necessary a well pump is. A well pump is a device that works hard day in and day out to supply your family with the water they need.
In most cases, well pumps experience very few problems over the course of their life. But, that doesn’t mean that they are indestructible. If your well pump needs repair, you will notice a significant disruption to your water supply. Talk about an inconvenience!
Your family relies on a steady supply of water – probably more than they think. For showering, drinking water, laundry, dishes, and more. Not much can be done if you have a broken well pump.
So, what can happen to your well pump?
Common Well Pump Problems
- Electrical system: If the pump stops working abruptly, you can bet it probably has something to do with the electrical system. Check the circuit breakers and wires connected to the pump to be sure.
- Broken motor or faulty starter switch: You will recognize this problem if the pump doesn’t turn on. Replacing the switch may be the best solution, but it’s best to have a professional check it out to be sure.
- No delivery of water: Do you hear the motor running, but not see any water being delivered to your home? If this is the case, unfortunately, there are a number of different causes. Again, it’s a good idea to have a T.Webber well pump expert out to your home to diagnose it.
Well Pump Repair with T.Webber
T.Webber is Putnam County’s most trusted plumbing company – especially when it comes to well pump services and repairs.
Because you need that pump up and running as soon as possible, calling T.Webber is the right choice. Our technicians are ready to help with any problems you’re experiencing and will get the job done quickly and efficiently.
Don’t leave your well pump is a state of disrepair for too long. Just call the experts at T.Webber today and we’ll be right over!