Well Pump Installation & Repair in Manchester

If you live in a more rural area, city water may not reach your home, and you’ll have to rely on a well pump. At Paul The Plumber, we are your well pump installation and repair experts.

Living out away from the city has its advantages, but there are also problems that can crop up that most people in the city don’t have to deal with. One of those issues may be your well pump.  Luckily, Paul The Plumber is your local well pump specialist. We’ll offer honest recommendations and full transparency, as well as 24/7 emergency services. As your Manchester, NH plumbing experts, we specialize in well pump installations and repairs, along with general upkeep, ensuring you always have access to a reliable supply of water.

No matter where your water comes from, it probably could use filtering to make it purer and safer to use. We offer whole home water filtration systems!

How Do Well Pumps Work?

Well water comes from groundwater or water that’s beneath the surface of the earth. This water comes from rainwater and other precipitation. This groundwater is stored in underground aquifers, and the water can move between aquifers as well. When a well is drilled or dug or driven into the ground, it needs to reach the aquifer so that water can be pumped out.

When a well is dug, it relies on the well pump to pull the water up to the surface. They use impellers to create a vacuum that forces the water upwards and into the distribution system. Generally, there are two types of pumps used: jet pumps and submersible pumps, and the type your home would need depends on the depth of the well and the amount of water needed in the household.

Signs your Well Pump Needs Repair

Well pumps are complicated devices that need proper maintenance and occasional repair or replacement. Some common signs that your well pump may need professional help can include:

  • No or low water flow.
  • Leak in piping system.
  • Water pressure drops.
  • Lost air in the water tank.
  • Pump starting and stopping frequently.
  • Water pressure control or water pump control switch sticking on or off.

Well pump repairs are not something to DIY. They require expert knowledge and tools. Luckily, Paul The Plumber is on hand to help you with all your well pump needs. As your Manchester, NH plumbing experts, we offer honest and advice and quality craftsmanship to keep your home at its best. Well pump services are important because they can quickly leave your home with no water - that’s why our experts are there when you need us most.

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Modern private well water systems have come leaps and bounds in efficiency and reliability compared to ancient, or even more recent, older wells. And while most homeowners will rely on city water, there are some advantages to having a private well. But they also come with their own specific needs and care.

Luckily, Paul The Plumber is your local well pump expert. Whether you need a well pump repair or other well services, our Residential Service Specialists offer full transparency and honest recommendations.

Paul The Plumber has been serving the Manchester, NH area for almost 20 years. Call us today at 603-471-0244 and we can help you with any of your well pump needs. We’ll get your house back to working order all while providing service with a smile.