Residential water or well pumps push water from your well into a storage tank. It uses a motor to draw water into a pump and then it pushes it to the surface into a pressure tank. It will continuously pump water into this tank until the tank’s air pressure reaches a specific level. When you turn your faucet on, the force of the reducing air pressure pushes water through your plumbing. When the air pressure drops below a certain point, the pump will turn on again, repeating the cycle.
Living in a rural area of Victoria, BC? Contact our team at Integra Water for more information on water and well pumps for your residential property.
We recommend having your well pump or water system checked every 2 to 3 years. This will ensure that your well pump continues to run efficiently. This allows you to take a preventative approach to maintenance, catching any minor issues before they become larger, more expensive issues.
When was the last time you had water or well pump maintenance? Get in touch with Integra Water today to schedule well pump maintenance in Victoria, BC.
Some common problems you may experience with a well pump over the years include:
To fix these issues, you’ll want to schedule a maintenance appointment with a professional. They’ll be able to determine the best course of action for resolving the issue you’re experiencing. Get in touch with Integra Water today!
Since your well pump is underground, you won’t be able to just look at the pump to determine if it is in need of repair. Here are some warning signs to look out for that will tell you whether you’re in need of well pump repair:
If you’re experiencing any of the above, get in touch with our team at Integra Water! We would be happy to help with all your well pump repair needs in Victoria, BC.
Integra Water is a BC licensed and qualified water pump installer. We are also a member of the BC Groundwater Association. This means we are a trusted service provider that is committed to the protection, promotion, and responsible development of groundwater resources. We also stay up-to-date with new standards and techniques to improve our installation process.
If you’re interested in working with Integra Water, contact our team to get started.
If you’re experiencing low water pressure from your water well there are a number of reasons that could be causing this. Low water pressure is usually a telltale sign of a larger problem. For instance, there could be a leak in a pipe or in the well itself, or the pump needs to be replaced. The best thing to do in this situation is to contact a professional. Our team at Integra Water has the right experience and is equipped with the right tools to locate and solve the problem of low water pressure.
Contact our team at Integra Water if you’re experiencing low water pressure from your water & well pump in Victoria, BC.