Well Pump Services in Carnation, WA
Carnation homeowners need reliable water services to accommodate their daily water demands. Our professionals can inspect your well system for common problems. During an inspection we will provide a report and can provide estimates for repair or replacement services.
Loss of Water Pressure
Over time, older well piping can develop corrosion. When this happens water may leak from this piping inside the well and consequently the pump will operate more frequently causing premature wear and early failure. The result is reduced water pressure. The cost of operating the well will increase if the owner doesn’t repair the problem. Choosing Specialty Pump and Well for well service in Carnation can prevent this from happening.
The Well fills too slowly
Sometimes there are underlying problems that can prevent a well from filling as quickly as it did in the past. Sediment could be impairing the flow of water into the well. We have special equipment and to renew the water flow into the well. Well renewal is less expensive than drilling a new well.
A Short in the Electrical Supply
If your well pump won’t operate it may not be getting proper electrical power. The first task is to test the power supply and pump wiring for issues. We are licensed to do that. We are a Washington State Pump and Irrigation Licensed Electrical Contractor. Our owner is a Washington State Electrical Administrator and a Certified Journeyman Plumber.
Repairing the electrical supply to the pump will restore electrical services. A pump replacement may also be required if the power connection isn’t the only problem. Powerline failures can be the result of a failed well pump. We can help. We are a Washington State Pump Well Pump Contractor.
Need trusted well services in Carnation, WA? Call Specialty Pump & Well today at (425) 487-0123!
Water Isn’t Reaching the Home
If the pump is running and water isn’t flowing to the home, the culprit could be a broken or damaged water line. Call us to inspect for a broken water line. We are licensed to replace water and powerlines in the State of Washington.
Assessing the Pump Size
The well pump must carefully selected for the intended use of the well and for the well water recovery rate in order to provide adequate water. We will evaluate your existing well and offer the appropriate pump for best performance and longevity.
Sediment in water
Sediment and minerals wear away at your well pump and plumbing systems. The pump may become damaged and the filter screens and appliance filter screens may plug with sediment.
Sometimes you could have a sand or sediment impaired well. We may need to “Bail” the well. This process involves removing the well pump and using a special plunger to remove sand and sediment. Sediment in the well is reduced and water flow is increased by this process.
After this is completed a Sand Filter can be installed that will spin out the sand from the water before it reaches any faucets. We have many self-maintaining Sand Filter installations in place. Call anytime to set up a service call if you have sand and sediment in your water.
Call Specialty Pump & Well for Trusted Well Services
Specialty Pump & Well technicians service wells and pumps and many related items including filters. During inspections our technicians will find the source of the problem. Once the problem is isolated we can perform repairs or replacement services.