Well pump problems can wreak havoc on your commercial well’s efficiency and functionality. Whether you are noticing inconsistent water pressure, a spitting faucet, or the absence of water flow, you want to find a solution right away. Your successful business operations depend on it. Mr. Rooter® Plumbing will be there when you need us to diagnose the issue and perform commercial well pump service you can trust.
Common Well Pump Problems
When it comes to well pump problems, the team at Mr. Rooter Plumbing has seen it all—minor, catastrophic, and everything in between. We provide affordable commercial well pump repair services that address the source of the problem. The Mr. Rooter Plumbing professionals find out what’s really going on and are only satisfied when we know your repair will last. Here are some of the most common well pump problems we repair:
- Well equipment failure
- Power source failure
- Broken or clogged pipes
- Inadequate pump size
- Low water table
Don’t let a malfunctioning well pump hurt your business’s reputation or profitability. One call to Mr. Rooter Plumbing and our highly trained plumber will be there to put an end to your well pump problems once and for all. We also guarantee our workmanship and parts to give you complete peace of mind.
If your well pump problems prove to be too extensive to repair, your local Mr. Rooter Plumbing also offers well pump replacement services.
Why Choose Mr. Rooter Plumbing for Commercial Well Pump Services?
Our licensed, bonded, and insured plumbers are backed by the Neighborly Done Right Promise™ and can repair even the most complicated well pump problems to get you back in business fast. Additionally, our commitment to exceptional customer service ensures a stress-free experience from start to finish.
Find Commercial Well Pump Repairs Near Me
Ready to focus on your customers instead of another well pump problem? Mr. Rooter Plumbing has you covered with our comprehensive commercial well pump service. Call us or request a job estimate to get started.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long can a well pump run before burning out?
On average, a commercial well pump can run as many as 2.5 hours before burning out. For best results, run the pump system with a two-minute on-and-off cycle. The longer the pump runs, the faster wear and tear will occur. A continuously running pump may require premature replacement.
How to reprime a well pump:
Repriming a commercial well pump requires removing the prime plug and using a hose to fill the pump’s casing and piping system with water. The process varies depending on the type of commercial well pump system you have. Hire your local Mr. Rooter Plumbing to ensure successful repriming.
How much electricity does a well pump use?
Well pumps require a lot of energy; most of the usage happens each time the pump starts running. The specific amperage depends on the pump type and size. For a 240-volt, 1 horsepower well pump, the draw is 10 amps of electrical current, drawing as many as 35 amps when it starts.