Submersible Well Pumps

Do you suspect problems with your deep well water supply? Are you experiencing a low-yielding well; pressure tank, switches and or other water deep well pump issues? If so, it’s time to call a professional troubleshooter.


Submersible Well Pumps


Submersible well pumps, deep well pumps, or deep well submersible pumps, operate underwater at significant depths. Submersible well pumps are specifically designed for higher pressure and flow rate. These submersible well pumps work by pushing water to the surface, with the ability to lift water from hundreds of feet below ground level.

Submersible pumps are highly efficient and don’t use a lot of energy. The water pressure is constant, with no spiking. As a result, cavitation, also known as the formation of bubbles, is kept to a minimum. The water is pumped from your well to a pressurized water tank in the home, so you always have water when you need it.

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Your Submersible Well Pump Experts


Integra Water is your one-stop shop when it comes to everything you need for your submersible well pump! Our expertly trained staff are all certified well drillers and pump installers in accordance with BC law. Integra Water is a member of the BC Groundwater Association, so you know your work will be done with expert precision.

Our team will work tirelessly to provide world-class customer service, and help you every step of the way! With over 25 years of experience, our team is a well-oiled machine ready to help you with any and all needs you may have when it comes to submersible well pumps. Don’t hesitate to give us a call now to get started on your submersible well pump installation!

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Best Practices For A Submersible Well Pump


Properly maintaining your submersible well pump is incredibly important! Here are a few tips to make sure your well is working properly.

  • Make sure the well, as well as the surrounding area is kept clean!
  • Never store chemicals in your pump shed to avoid contamination of the well water.
  • If your well isn’t in use at the moment, make sure it is handled and stored properly to avoid anything compromising the well
  • Have an inspector look at your well at least once a year to ensure it is functioning properly.

If you follow these simple instructions you will maximize the lifespan of your submersible well pump!

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Our technicians are expertly trained on submersible well pumps, and we’re always happy to answer your questions. In fact, before making a recommendation, we do a deep dive (pun intended) and ask a few questions of our own.

What are your voltage requirements? How do you want to control your submersible pump? Do you need variable speed, a pressure switch system, or something else?

The answers will ensure you get the best submersible well pump for your needs. Moreover, we’ll also consider well depth, horsepower of the pump, your piping, pressure relief valves, and safety controls to make sure they can handle the water pressure.

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Selecting the right submersible well pump depends on you and your family’s unique needs. Installing the right size of submersible pump will save you a significant amount of money, time, and energy costs in the long run. Every pump is designed to function according to certain parameters. Our team at Integra Water will be able to help you determine the best submersible well pump system that is best for your situation.

Are you looking for a submersible well pump for your Victoria, BC home? Contact our team today to get started with our submersible well pump services.

These two pumps are often confusing to tell apart. The distinct difference is where the motor is located in relation to the water. A sump pump keeps the electric motor completely above the water. A submersible pump is completely submerged underwater. Both pump systems serve a similar purpose. Selecting the one that is best for your home depends on certain factors.

If you’re interested in a submersible well pump, but not sure if it’s right for you, get in touch with our team at Integra Water.

On average, a submersible well pump can last 10 to 15 years. With proper maintenance and care, you can extend the life of your well pump. We recommend having a professional inspect your submersible well pump at least once a year. Annual maintenance allows for you to ensure that your well pump is running as effectively and efficiently as possible. It’s also an opportunity for small problems to be caught before they become bigger, more expensive issues.

If you have a submersible well pump that is in need of maintenance, contact our team at Integra Water today!

Most models of submersible well pumps are designed to run 24/7 on a continuous cycle, if necessary. Since the submersible well pump is submerged, this keeps the motor properly cooled. The only time a submersible well pump won’t (and shouldn’t) run is when the well is dry. A submersible well pump brings water from your well to a pressurized water tank so that your home always has clean water.

If you’re interested in installing a submersible well pump for your home in Victoria, BC, contact Integra Water today!


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