We have developed the skills and tools to remedy almost any water well or pump system issue in Sussex County, New Jersey. Our knowledge and methods come from decades of experience providing no water, low water pressure, and other well pump and tank services and repairs in the Sussex County area. We pride ourselves on our countless repeat customers and being able to meet the needs of new customers who contact us about their well and water needs. Our pricing is very fair and we are always willing to work with our customers to meet their particular needs.
Knowing how important water is, we stock and supply a wide variety of products, including Franklin Electric, Goulds Well Pumps, Grundfos Well Pumps, Berkeley Well Pumps, Well-X-Trol Tanks, WaterPro Tanks, Flexcon Tanks, Fleck Water Filtration Valves, Clack Water Filtration Valves, and more.
We offer 5 year warranty on well tanks and parts/controls, and a 3 year warranty on well pump and parts/controls .
Submersible well pumps are located in the well. We supply both shallow and deep well services using only 100% stainless steel pumps with a 5-year guarantee. We also install complete water systems in Sussex County NJ, including system design, trenching, underground conduits, and operation.
Although you may have water pressure in your Sussex County home, that does not mean your well tank is working properly. Many well tank issues are not noticed until there is total water loss and serious damage is done to the well pump.
A variable speed pump, also referred to as a "constant pressure pump", is a newer technology. This type of system is electronic and will make your water pressure similar to a city water system. This cost efficient system is preferred when water usage needs are great, such as larger homes, farms, plant nurseries, factories, etc. in the Sussex County, New Jersey area.
Properly maintaining your well pump can prolong the life of your pump and help keep it running efficiently. Some signs that it's time to schedule a well pump check-up include low water pressure, discolored and/or foul tasting water, air coming from faucets, or no water at all. If any of these situations occur, call us immediately to schedule our well pump maintenance service and repair in the Sussex County, NJ area.
If water pressure starts very strong and falls off to a much weaker pressure, a problem with clogged piping can be the issue. The water supply pipe may be blocked by some form of crud or debris which reduces the actual diameter of the pipe, causing a reduction in water flow rate even if the starting water pressure is good. There is a big difference between water flow rate (how many gallons per minute are coming out of a faucet) and water pressure (how hard is the water pressing inside the pipes and fixtures).