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Well System Services in Philadelphia & the Delaware Valley

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Serving Chester, Delaware, New Castle, Montgomery & Bucks County

Protect your well with expert services from Len The Plumber Heating & Air. Our team understands the challenges that Philadelphia and Delaware Valley homeowners face in maintaining a safe and efficient water supply.

That’s why we provide a comprehensive range of solutions to restore your well system’s performance and protect the health and function of your home.

Call today to request same day well services seven days a week.

Signs You Need Well Services

Your well can develop issues that compromise water quality and quantity. By detecting problems with your system and making timely repairs, you can reduce the risk of breakdowns and prevent potential health hazards.

Signs you need well services include:

  • Decreased water pressure: A noticeable decrease in water pressure can mean you may need well pump service, or you could have a broken water pipe.
  • Discolored or cloudy water: Water that appears brown, yellow, or cloudy may signal sediment buildup, bacterial contamination, or other water quality issues.
  • Foul odor or taste: Unpleasant smells or tastes in your water, such as a rotten egg odor or metallic taste, could indicate bacterial contamination or mineral buildup.
  • Sputtering faucets: Air sputtering from faucets when you turn them on means there’s air in the well pump because of a low water level.

Well Pump Repair & Replacement

A well pump is the heart of your well water system. It lifts water from the well so your water pipes can deliver water throughout your home, ensuring a consistent flow of water pressure for showering, cleaning, and cooking.

When your well pump malfunctions, your water supply can be disrupted, leading to decreased water pressure or no water at all. At Len The Plumber, we provide well pump repair and replacement to promptly restore your well water.

Well Water Conditioning & Filtration

Testing your well water ensures it’s safe for consumption. Unlike city water, which undergoes extensive filtration before entering homes, residential wells aren’t heavily regulated.

As a homeowner, you must ensure well water conditioning and filtration to eliminate contaminants such as bacteria, heavy metals, and chemicals that may pose health risks if consumed.

Our well water testing and treatment solutions include:

Booster Pump Repair & Replacement

A booster pump enhances water pressure throughout your home, ensuring proper water flow to higher-elevation areas and fixtures far from your well.

You may need a booster pump if you notice:

  • Inconsistent shower pressure
  • Slow-filling toilets
  • Weak water pressure from faucets
  • Poor performance of plumbing appliances like dishwashers and washing machines

Constant Pressure System Installation

Imagine never having to deal with varied water pressure again. With constant pressure system installation from Len The Plumber Heating & Air, we can upgrade your well system.

This solution will keep your water pressure steady no matter how many taps are running.

Storage Tank & Control Repair

Well pressure tanks store and pressurize water, but issues like corrosion, leaks, or faulty controls can lead to failures, disrupting service and causing inefficiency.

With our storage tank and control repair services, we help maintain and fix essential components to regulate water levels and pressure in your well system.

Why Choose Len The Plumber Heating & Air?

Our goal is to keep our customers’ lives moving. We guarantee our knowledgeable plumbers will provide reliable well system services.

Trust our local team to arrive with fully stocked trucks, ready to diagnose and address any well issues on the spot.

Our customers always enjoy:

  • Respectful customer service
  • No extra charge for evening, weekend, or overtime services
  • Upfront pricing before any work begins

Contact Len The Plumber Heating & Air to request well system services in Philadelphia or the Delaware Valley.

Frequently Asked Questions About Well Services

How do I know if I need a well pump replacement?

  • Fluctuations in water pressure throughout your home: Although there are many causes for fluctuations in water pressure, it’s best to have your plumber look into this to determine the root cause. Well pumps use electric motors, so if your motor has stopped working, this will affect your water pressure.
  • Pressure tank is making strange noises or clicking sounds: This could indicate that your pressure tank is losing air. When air leaks from the bladder of your pressure tank, it causes your tank to short-cycle, which puts a strain on the motor. A damaged pressure tank will reduce the overall life of your well pump.
  • Scalding shower when someone flushes a toilet: If your shower temperature drastically rises when a toilet is flushed in another bathroom, this is usually a pressure tank problem. Your home may need to be fitted with a modern single-handle valve with pressure-balancing spools.

How long do well pumps last?

Well pumps typically have a lifespan of 15 to 25 years.

How does a pressure tank work with a well pump?

When the well pump turns on, water from the well enters the bottom of the tank. The water level rises, compressing the air. The pump will turn off once the maximum pressure is reached, which is typically 50 to 60 psi.
What to Expect
From Len The Plumber Heating & Air

Our local team of 120 technicians has skills you can trust and provide the care you deserve.


We aim to keep our customers’ lives moving, which means we provide thorough and attentive service every time.

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No matter when you need us, we’re here for you with same day and emergency services you can depend on.

Upfront Pricing

We ensure you know the cost before work begins and don’t charge extra for evening, weekend, or overtime service.