Your Local Well Water and Pump Experts Proudly Serving Bergen, Passaic, Mercer, Middlesex, Camden, Burlington, Gloucester, and Monmouth Counties
Your well depends on a well pump to lift water out of the well and pressurize it for your plumbing system. If you have low or fluctuating water pressure, you may need well pump services.
When it is time to repair or replace your New Jersey home’s well pump, turn to the well service experts at Len The Plumber. Our company provides same day service, seven days a week. We’re available 24/7 for emergency service and don’t charge extra for evening or weekend service appointments.
Well Pump Repair
As important as your well pump is to your family’s water supply, it is essential to have it repaired as soon as you notice anything wrong. Call Len The Plumber for well pump repairs if you notice any of the following signs of a problem:
- Reduced water pressure
- No water at all
- Inconsistent water pressure
- Frequent pump cycling
- Lost air in the water tank
- Muddy or cloudy water at the pump
- Faulty pump control switches
Well Pump Installation & Replacement
A typical well pump will last about 8 to 10 years, though that life span can be reduced if the pump is undersized, poorly installed, or other parts of the system have failed, such as the pressure control switch or pressure tank, forcing the pump to run more often than it needs to.
When you need a new well pump, Len The Plumber can help. Our well pump replacement process includes:
- Evaluating your home’s water needs to properly size your pump
- Inspecting the well to determine its depth and the pump power requirements
- Recommending the best pump for your budget
- Removing the old pump, water line, and electrical cables
- Installing the new pump according to the manufacturer’s recommended procedures
- Testing the new pump and controls
Schedule Well Pump Services in New Jersey Today
With more than 25 years of experience, you can count on our team at Len The Plumber to provide excellent service and workmanship.
Our plumbers are the best in the business, and our customer reviews are proof of our commitment to providing an unmatched customer experience. We can handle any plumbing service, guaranteed.
Keep your well pump working properly with help from Len The Plumber. Call (800) 950-4619(800) 950-4619 or contact us online to schedule well pump services in Bergen, Passaic, Mercer, Middlesex, Camden, and Burlington counties of New Jersey today.
Frequently Asked Questions
How does a well pump work?
Most well pumps are submersible, meaning they are placed directly in the bottom of the well, where they draw in the water and push it up to the surface and the rest of your plumbing system.
They are controlled by an electro-mechanical pressure switch, which turns on the pump when the pressure gets too low and turns it off when the pressure gets too high.
A storage tank can be added to maintain pressure between pump cycles to reduce wear and tear on the pump.
How can I increase my water pressure?
How does a pressure tank work with a well pump?
A pressure tank uses a bladder of compressed air to pressurize a small water reservoir. This allows the tank to supply the fixtures in your home with pressurized water between well pump cycles, reducing the frequency that the pump needs to run.A pressure tank increases the pump’s life span and helps maintain consistent pressure whether the pump is on or off.