The complex system of an underground well can make it hard to determine what may be causing a problem with your well tank, pump or pressure tank. The list below identifies a few of the common problems within a residential or commercial property:
If your home water supply stops and takes a long time to recover, you might have a problem with the well flow rate. The culprit may be a bad well pump. The well pump could be damaged by a bad water pressure tank which causes well pump short-cycling. Short cycling of the pump motor can burn up the pump relay control.
If your well system is not working in peak operating condition, you can be plagued with water pressure issues and even lack of water all together. J & J Plumbing has experts in this area, ready to assess pumps and pressure tanks and even dig new wells, if necessary. Let our team make sure that your well is running in peak condition.
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Short Cycling means the water pump keeps turning on and off rapidly whenever running water at one or more building fixtures. You can tell your water pump is short cycling if: