If you are dependent on well water for your home’s water source, a well pump, just like a pressure tank, is a necessary part of your water system. But when a well pump starts to go bad, water pressure could be inconsistent, faucets may start spitting water, the pump may run constantly, water may taste bad, or no water may come from the tap or shower at all.
Service and Management
Even with service, a well pump may only last around 20 years. If you are experiencing any issues with your well pump the plumbing technicians at Eric Krise Plumbing, Heating, and Cooling will inspect the pump to ensure that it needs to be replaced or if maintenance and part replacement may alleviate the issues you are having.
Eric Krise Plumbing, Heating, and Cooling’s team of experts can also assist you with:
- Drain cleaning
- Clogged toilet
- Faucet leaks
- Sewer line inspections
- Pressure tanks
- Hot water heaters
- Tankless hot water heaters
- and more.
We guarantee our work to come in on time and on budget, with the highest level of professionalism and quality offered in the plumbing industry. The plumbing technicians at Eric Krise Plumbing, Heating, and Cooling are licensed and insured to inspect, repair, and install well pumps throughout the state of New Jersey (License No. NJ Plumbing 13358).
Is it your well pump or pressure tank that is causing the water issues in your home? An inspection of the pressure tank is also important to determine if it could be the reason why water pressure, discoloration, or even if you are experiencing silt or sand through the pump. When turning on the tap water, check for bubbles and air in the water when it comes out of the faucet. Does your water have an odd color or weird taste? If the pressure switch and the pump run non-stop, this is another sign that it could also be your pressure tank.