Is your well pump going bad?
Part of owning a water well is having a well pump that performs properly. Most of the work we do here at Wright Well & Pump is pump repair and maintenance. Your pump won't just stop working one day, unless something happens like a switch getting blown. Most of the time it slowly just starts to decline.
Here are some things to look out for that may be evidence of a declining pump system
-You could experience a decrease in water pressure.
-Air coming through your faucet with your water.
-Sand or sediment in your water.
-Any change in your water quality.
-Strange sounds your pump may be making.
-Electric bills that are higher than usual, with no change in the amount of electricity you may be using in your home.
If you live in Kannapolis, or surrounding areas and you are experiencing any of these signs that your well pump may be acting up, please do not hesitate to give us a call at 704-933-9040. We will be happy to come and inspect your well pump and give you a quote!
11/14/2022 04:46:34 pm
My wife and I have noticed that our water pressure has reduced significantly over the past few days. It's good to know that a decrease in water pressure is a sign of issues with your well pump. We'll have to hire a professional service to inspect and repair our pump in the next few days.
11/17/2022 12:16:16 am
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12/5/2022 07:13:32 am
I noticed some sand in my water from my well pump. I can see how this would be a sign of problems with my well pump. It makes sense that I would want to get a water well specialist to see if they can fix this for me.
1/20/2023 07:38:07 am
A well pump's lifespan is typically 8 to 15 years, although yours may live longer or shorter depending on how you use it and the sort of pump you select. The lifespan of the pump can be influenced by the size and caliber of the motor. If you take good care of it, a pump with a bigger, more robust motor should last longer. A well pump may suffer from a power outage. The number of times a well pump must operate on a typical day, the height of the water table, and the quantity of silt in the water are other factors that might affect a well pump's lifespan.
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