Signs of Problems with Your Water Well Pump and Tank
Water is pulsating instead of flowing steadily. Water is cloudy. You walk into the basement and hear a clicking or banging noise. The lights dim and brighten when the water is running. The longer you ignore these issues, the more serious the issues become. If the situation is dire and you have no water at all, contact us immediately for our "No Water" Emergency Service in South Jersey.
Getting to Know Your Water Well Pump and Tank
Let's start with the water tank, a vessel with rubber diaphragms that fatigue, harden and split over time. When a tank is ruptured, it can't hold as much water. Water becomes dirty, pressure is reduced, and the pump has to work overtime. The well pump, located deep inside the well, pushes water from inside the well to a water storage tank. Pump motors wear out over time, causing low or intermittent water pressure and dimming of lights.
We can run an electrical test to detect problems in the well pump that may have been caused by the failing pressure tank. Based on these readings and the accessibility of your equipment, we can recommend the appropriate well tank or pump repair or replacement for your South Jersey home or business.
The Secret About Water Well Pump and Tank Warranties
We offer the longest warranty in the industry – typically five years for a well pump and tank. We pass along the warranty we receive from the manufacturer directly to our customers. Some companies only offer a warranty of two years. If equipment fails in the third or fourth year, for example, the company gets free equipment from the manufacturer but charges the customer for the cost of a new system, plus installation! That's not how we do business.
We offer the following residential and commercial water well pump and tank services across South Jersey:
If something doesn't look or sound right with your South Jersey water well pump and/or tank, contact us right away to schedule an appointment.