Since your water pump is typically hidden from view, it can be difficult to tell when it’s failing. If it seems like there might be something wrong with your water system, here are a few telling signs that the cause has something to do with your well water pump:
Although you may not experience all of the above warning signs, requesting a water pump inspection is a good first step. A broken pump may have to run constantly to maintain your home’s water pressure. The longer it takes to resolve the problem, the worse the results for your water supply.
Arizona Pump Services, Inc. realizes the critical nature of a reliable water supply for your home or business. We will professionally install a new pump that will meet your needs.
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Before purchasing a well water pump, you must determine which pump system is best for your needs. Our technicians can help you with this important decision.
A submersible system requires the water pump installation to take place near the bottom of the well. It uses existing pressure to push water to the surface or into your home. Not only is a submersible pump already primed, it’s also ready to begin pumping with consistent pressure as soon as you drop it into the well. Unlike the jet pump, this type of system isn’t forced to work against gravity and can actually pressurize faster. In addition to saving an immense amount of energy, the sealed motor and pump leave little room for error which provides homeowners with peace of mind. In order to prevent overheating, there is a water inlet induction port underneath the submersible pump that keeps the system cool.
Also known as a deep or shallow well water pump, a jet pump is positioned above ground and uses a diffuser and impeller to suction water into a pipe. A shallow well pump’s ejector is above the ground while the deep well pump is submerged. This option can be a little more difficult to install yourself because you have to prime the pump. If it loses its prime, it can stop working altogether and require additional servicing. The jet pump also creates a lot more noise and isn’t able to generate as much pressure as the submersible because it’s working against gravity to pull water. Although this option is more affordable during well pump installation, the power and repair costs are much higher than the other options.
The centrifugal pump is easily maintained, fairly affordable, and takes up less space. At the same time, its output is limited because of its size. Unlike the submersible pump which can be used in shallow and deep wells, the centrifugal water pump can only be used in shallow systems that are no more than 25 feet deep. The range is capped here because the pump only has one pipe connecting the water column to the well borehole. A lack of power and range prevents this type of pump from generating enough of a vacuum to carry water to the surface. However, it is a great option for small wells and water tanks. Centrifugal water pumps are not ideal for large homes or irrigation pump systems.
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For pump installation in the Phoenix area, Arizona Pump Services, Inc. is the team to call. Our experienced technicians have installed and serviced water well pumps at locations throughout our region. If you suspect that it is time for a new pump at your home or business, we urge you to give us a call. Our experts will arrive on time with the equipment they need to get the job done. We value our customers and will do our utmost to resolve your issue efficiently and professionally.
A properly installed pump will give you a reliable water supply for many years. When it is time for a replacement at your location, you can rely on Arizona Pump Services to provide the prompt service you need. Contact us today to set up an installation appointment.
We are experts at water well pump installation and are happy to share our wisdom with you. Here are answers to a few of the common questions we receive.
The right type of pump for your situation depends on several factors such as the depth of your well and your water consumption needs. We are happy to work with you to find an appropriate piece of equipment.
Although your new pump will typically run without problems for several years, we recommend an annual inspection to find minor problems before they cause major headaches.
Obviously, if there is no water coming to your system, you have pump problems. Changes in water quality and pressure are also signs of a potential pump failure. Finally, if your pump seems to be running more frequently, increasing your electricity costs, you should give us a call.
Our company does not supply well drilling services, but we are ready to help you once the well is in place. We will install the equipment you need to get your new water system up and running.
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