High Quality, Professional, Long Lasting Pumps and Tanks
We service and understand every component of your pumping system. Our contract will help find problems before they become costly to you.
Constant High Pressure Pumps
Do you want constant high pressure and flow from every faucet in your home? A Grundfos or Franklin constant pressure pump is the answer. We have installed many constant pressure systems resulting in highly satisfied customers.
Most homes are serviced by a submersible pump because it is more efficient than a jet pump. It is submersed and comes on when you have exhausted the water in
your storage tank. These pumps typically last 10-15 years if your system is maintained properly.
Goulds submersible pumps have set the standard for quality and durability for years. We stock many different Goulds pump models on our trucks, so we are sure to have the right one to meet your needs.
There are two basic types:
- Single line shallow well pumps that pump water 25′ deep or less
- Two-line deep well pumps that pump water typically from 25′ to 125′.
Jet pumps are not as efficient and are more difficult to service, but they last a long time — 15-20 years. Due to the hassle of priming them, most of our customers choose to change them out for submersible pumps.
A pressure or bladder tank works by storing well water under air pressure. When you turn on a faucet, the air pressure in the tank forces the water out. When most of the water is used, the pressure switch turns the pump on to refill the tank. In our estimation, your tank is the most critical component of your well system, because, without a full air charge, your pump will come on prematurely and too often. This short cycling will damage your pump, costing you money. The air in the tank should be checked annually. We save you money by maintaining the air charge as part of our Preferred Customer Service Agreement.