Well Pump Repair

Has your well run dry or has your water pressure been fluctuating? It might be time to check and see if you need well pump repairs. Over time the well pump can become worn or clogged and in need of well pump repair. Some of the simple things to check for are listed here before you need to call a well pump repair technician.

Check the check valve and the electrical systems. If the check valve has been clogged or has become overloaded with mineral deposits, then well pump repair may not be needed. Also check the fuse box or electrical panel to make sure that nothing has tripped or blown. Calling a well pump repair technician to come flip the circuit breaker can be an expensive trip for something you can do yourself.

If professional pump repair service is needed be sure to do your research and hire an experienced well pump repair contractor. Some well pump repair companies can even install a temporary pump to keep your water on while waiting on a replacement. Just like a plumber, well pump repair contractors should be licensed and bonded appropriately as well.

For well pump repair contractors near you, consult your local better business bureau for a list of reputable companies. Just remember to check the basic items about your well before calling a well pump repair technician.

Success Stories

Just a few of our recent water well repairs success stories include Oscar Meyers, WI; Lyondell Basell, IA; City of Lake Geneva, WI; and many more throughout the Midwest. Please feel free to contact us for a list of references.

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