Damaged Well Pumps ~ An Easy Guide For Everyone

Do you rely on a well to get fresh water? If so, you likely know that a well pump is an integral part of your plumbing system. It is important to know the signs of well pump failure to ensure that you and your family have safe water flowing into your home. The following are a few things that can happen if your well pump needs to be replaced. 

Weird Sounds

If your well pump needs to be repaired, chances are it will emit unusual noises that you have never heard before. This is one of the first things that people notice. Also, your well water pump may cycle frequently or continuously. 

Water Pressure

Low water pressure is another sign of a well water pump that needs to be repaired or serviced. Pressure issues should not be ignored because they can make well water unsafe to drink. Sometimes people have well water pumps that stop releasing pressure. When this occurs, it could be a sign of a pump that has failed. It can also be a sign of a pump issue that is related to an electrical issue.

One way to rule out an electrical problem is to ensure that you check your breaker box and verify that the switch for your well water pump has not tripped. If you experience frequent breaker box trips for your water pump, you may need to utilize the services of a plumber and electrician to determine the root cause of your problem. 

Water Quality

Perhaps you have noticed that your well water does not taste the same. Some people also notice a change in the physical appearance of their well water when there is a pump issue. Sediment in well water that is being dispensed through plumbing fixtures is a sign of a pump issue. Drinking well water that is potentially low-quality can result in illness. This is why suspected water quality issues should be handled by professionals who can test your water. Drink bottled water if you suspect you have a water quality issue.

A plumber is a good resource to use to determine if your well pump needs to be replaced. They can also check your water to ensure that it is safe to drink. If your well water pump is malfunctioned, a plumber can determine if it can be repaired. They can also repair or replace the pump depending on its condition. For more information, contact local professionals like County Pump & Supply Co.

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