Well Pump Maintenance & Repair
Our trained, professional staff provides service, repair, and installation on all makes and models of pumps.
At North Florida Water Systems Inc., we understand how important it is to have clean, flowing water throughout the house. When the water suddenly goes out or water pressure decreases, families can be left high and dry without a way to restore normal functionality to their home. With over 40 years of experience in servicing and installing water pumps, and serving a wide array of areas, including Alachua, Chiefland, Gainesville, Lake City, Newberry, Hawthorne, High Springs, and Trenton, working with our water pump repair company means a guaranteed commitment of thorough and professional services.
Benefits Of Well Pump Maintenance & Repair
Not only is a broken water well pump incredibly frustrating to deal with, but it can also be a major inconvenience for everyone in the household. If a well pump system is properly maintained throughout its lifetime, the likelihood of failure is immensely reduced, and homeowners can enjoy fresh, consistent water for years to come. The cost of a well pump replacement is also going to heavily outweigh the cost of regular service and maintenance. By investing the time now in well pump maintenance, a well water pump can stay productive, pushing clean water throughout the home.
Signs Of Well Pump Failure
A failing well pump will likely be spotted quickly by the home’s residents. Even if the signs are only moderate, routine well pump maintenance can help prevent minor issues blossoming into full blown problems. Common signs of a well pump in need of repair include:
- Pump failing to start
- Scalding water temperatures
- Rapid changes in water pressure
- Strange or loud noises coming from the water tank
- Little to no water being pumped throughout the home
In some cases, the well pump itself may not actually be the issue. In the event that a well installation is needed, North Florida Water Systems Inc. has you covered.
Emergency Well Pump Repairs
If you have a well emergency in Florida, give us a call. Your business is important to us, and we want you to know that from the minute you contact us.
We pride ourselves on being prepared and efficient in our business, which means that we can provide the best well pump repair service with minimal down time. Our high-quality, well service trucks are fully stocked with pumps, pipes, tanks, wires, fittings, and components to service any problem that may be present.
At North Florida Water Systems Inc., we service all makes and models of well pumps, well tanks, and complete well systems, and our pump service and repair programs include regular and preventive maintenance. We will thoroughly inspect your system and notify you of worn or wearing parts to insure you stay up and running at all times. To schedule a well construction or pump maintenance with our pump repair business, or to discuss service and installation options, contact us today!
Why Choose Our Pump Repair Company
In keeping with our mission to provide customers with the most reliable well pump repair services in Florida, we use “two wire” pumps. At the heart of every well is its pump and its motor, and there are essentially two types of motors offered throughout the industry. A three-wire motor has a control box on top of the well. This control box is equipped with a relay and capacitors, and typically sits 50 feet to 150 feet from the motor. The two-wire motor, however, has no control box. Not only does this mean there are fewer parts susceptible to breaking down, but it also means severe weather or natural disasters are less likely to impact the motor’s functionality. Two-wire motors come equipped with a lightning arrester in front of its components, so if a surge comes into the motor, the arrester opens up — protecting the system from the damaging effects of lightning — and closes once the motor has cooled. Additionally, a two-wire motor has an auto reverse mechanism, allowing the motor to automatically reverse if the pump happens to bind up.
Two-wire motors were built long before we ever entered into the well drilling business but have time and time again proven to be incredibly reliable and able to withstand the test of time. As a testament to the survivability of these machines, a 35-year-old pump and motor were pulled out of a well for the first time since they were installed. While the pump itself had some wear, the two wire motor ran like new. Since we would only ever install two-wire Franklin Electric motors in our own homes, we choose to provide our customers with the same care and professionalism that we’d give to friends and family.