Well Pump

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Find the Well Pump that Fits Your Needs and Enjoy Your Own Tasty Water!

Being able to draw from your own well is fantastic! Keeping your well pump in repair allows you to enjoy tasty water for years. Well pumps do break down on occasion, however. If your system breaks down, talk to one of our plumbers at (909) 684-1915 to schedule your well pump repair in Fontana, CA.

Popular Types of Well Pumps

For those looking to install a new well system, it’s good to know what type of well pump should work best for your home. The most common factors for selecting a well pump model are the depth of a well system, the distribution speed of the pump, energy consumption, and their maintenance requirements.

Jet Pumps. Best for well systems up to 110 feet, jet pumps provide fast, evenly distributed water supply. They rely on suction created by a rapidly moving water stream to draw water. While they have more working parts, they provide a quick source of water throughout the house.

Deep Well Pump

Deep Wells Require a More Powerful Pump to Draw Water.

Submersible Pumps. Submersible pumps are often chosen for their lower-maintenance requirements and energy-efficiency. They feature fewer moving parts and require fewer calls for well pump repair.

Manual Pumps. The simplest pump model and easiest to install or remove, manual pumps are a great backup source in case your primary pump fails.

Common Sources of Well Pump Malfunction

Lower water pressure, short pump cycles, and sporadic water cycling all indicate a potential break in your water pump. Your experienced plumber will be able to diagnose the specific malfunctions within your well system, but there are a few “usual suspects” when it comes to well pump malfunctions.

Pipe Rupture. The pressure tank ensures compresses water from your well to create more powerful pressure and flow through your pipes. However, busted pipes can cause a large drop in pressure that drastically reduces water draw capability.

Water Contaminants. Without a proper filter system, water sediment (such as silt or sand) can speed up the wear-and-tear on your well pump. Algae and bacteria buildup can also cut down on your pump’s lifetime, so make sure to have your water treated to neutralize all these contaminants.

Whether your well has broken down due to contamination or excessive draw, talk to a specialist from A O Dowd Plumbing Inc. for your well pump repairs in Fontana, CA. Call us at (909) 684-1915.