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Storage Tank & Control Repair in the Mid-Atlantic Region

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Good water pressure is essential for functioning plumbing. It allows water to flow steadily through your faucets, showerheads, and other fixtures, making it possible to complete daily tasks such as washing dishes, taking showers, and doing laundry.

However, maintaining good water pressure can be challenging, and it requires the proper functioning of several parts of your well system, such as the well pump and well pressure tank. These parts are subject to wear and tear over time and require occasional repairs to ensure they continue to function properly.

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What Is a Well Pressure Tank?

Along with the well pump, pressure switch, and well itself, the pressure tank is one of the main components of a well water system. Also known as a well storage tank, its function is to store well water and then supply it to your home at the desired pressure.

How Does a Well Pressure Tank Work?

Your pressure tank contains water at the bottom and compressed air at the top. Compressed air applies pressure on the water when you turn on a faucet, causing it to flow uniformly out of the tank and through pipes until it reaches the fixture.

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Signs You Need Storage Tank Repair

It’s important to have your well’s storage tank inspected and maintained regularly to ensure it’s in good working condition. Here are some signs that may indicate you need storage tank repair:

  • Leaks or cracks in the tank
  • Difficulty filling or emptying the tank
  • Bubbles in your water
  • Low water pressure
  • Clogging or blockages in the tank’s outlet or inlet
  • Any visible damage on the tank
  • Poor water quality

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Contact Len The Plumber for Well Services in MD, NOVA, D.C., NJ, PA & DE

Maintaining your well’s key components is no easy task. Let Len The Plumber provide high-quality well storage tank and control repair to ensure you always have strong, steady water pressure.

We are proud to help families in the Mid-Atlantic area with all their well service needs!

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the ideal pressure for a well pressure tank?

The pressure switch that controls the well pump is typically between 30 psi and 50 psi. Your well tank’s pressure should be set at 2 psi below the point at which the pressure switch cuts on.

How do I check my well tank’s pressure setting?

Be sure to turn off the pump and drain the tank first. Then, use a pressure gauge, just like the one you would use to check your tire’s air pressure.

What causes well pressure tank failure?

A water-logged tank is the most common well pressure tank issue. It happens when the bladder or diaphragm inside the tank becomes filled with water instead of air, which can cause the tank to lose its ability to store and deliver water properly.

Look out for these signs of a water-logged well pressure tank:

  • Low water pressure
  • Excess noise from the tank
  • Water in the bottom of the tank
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