You might not think about your well until something goes wrong. Well repair emergencies can be prevented with regular maintenance. We encourage you to use these best practices to keep your well in tip-top shape.
- Regular Inspections Are a Must. Inspect your well cover, pressure tank, pump, and pipes regularly. Look for rust, corrosion, or visible leaks. Damaged pipes can make your pump work harder. Not to mention, cracks in the system can introduce contaminants into your water supply.
- Listen to Your Well. Yes, you read that right. Run the water and listen carefully. If your system doesn’t stop running or runs sporadically, you might be dealing with a larger issue. Problems with the pressure switch or air in the pressure tank make your pump work harder. So, if you hear anything unusual, it’s time to call in professionals for well repair.
- Monitor Water Pressure and Quality. Keep an eye on the water pressure in your home. Irregular water pressure could indicate that your pump is wearing out.
- Know Who to Contact for Emergencies. Always know who to call in case you need emergency well repair. A reliable service provider can make all the difference. Make sure they offer 24-hour emergency services.
Preventing well repair emergencies doesn’t have to be complicated. Just remember to look, listen, and act. Inspect your well’s parts regularly, don’t dismiss strange noises, and when in doubt, don’t hesitate to call us. After all, it’s better to be safe than sorry.