Looking for a local plumber to service your well pump? At Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Anderson, we’re here to help your unpleasant situation into a pleasant one. Your well pump is responsible for supplying all of your water. Naturally, we get why you might be worried as you look for someone to inspect and fix your well pump.
Our plumbing company has been in business for over 30 years. Over the years, we’ve inspected, repaired, and replaced quite a few well pumps. You can rely on our licensed, courteous plumbers. We offer flat-rate, honest pricing for every good pump service. And we back our good pump repairs and replacements with a reliable warranty.
6 Signs of Well Pump Failure
There are several signs that can indicate your well pump needs repair.
Here are six common indicators to watch out for:
- Low Water Pressure. If you notice a significant decrease in water pressure throughout your home, it could be a sign of a malfunctioning well pump. The pump may not be supplying water with sufficient force, indicating a problem that needs attention.
- No Water or Intermittent Water Supply. If you turn on your faucets or showers and there is no water or if the water supply is sporadic, it could be a sign of a faulty well pump. This could be caused by a variety of issues, such as a malfunctioning motor or a clogged impeller.
- Strange Noises. Unusual noises coming from the well pump can indicate a problem. If you hear grinding, rattling, or banging sounds, you might have a mechanical issue within the pump.
- Higher Energy Bills. A sudden increase in your electric bill without any other explanation could be attributed to a malfunctioning well pump. The pump may be working harder than necessary, leading to higher energy usage.
- Constantly Running Pump. If your well pump runs continuously, even when water isn't being used, it may indicate a problem. This could be due to a faulty pump pressure switch or a leaking drop line.
- Dirty or Cloudy Water. If the water from your well appears dirty, cloudy or has a strange odor, it could be a sign of a pump issue. The pump may be pulling sediment or contaminants into the water supply, indicating a need for repair or maintenance.
As homeowners like you, we know you might be stressed thinking about worst-case scenarios. Don't panic if you're experiencing any of these issues. We’ve been serving Anderson, IN since 1987 - we're very familiar with good pumps.
We'll quickly identify your issue and recommend the best course of action. If you need an emergency well pump service, call us anytime.
Why Choose Us for Well Pump Repair & Service?
Over the years, we’ve proudly served hundreds of local customers. From low water pressure to pulsating water, we can help troubleshoot and repair all kinds of well pump issues.
Why call us to fix your well pump? Here are just a few reasons:
- We’re backed with 30+ years of well-pump experience.
- We warranty our good pump services.
- We offer up-front, flat-rate pricing (no surprise fees!).
- We’re licensed and insured.