A functioning well pump is critical to many businesses. When you notice that your commercial well pump isn’t working like it used to, your local Mr. Rooter® Plumbing will be there to lend a hand. Our experienced plumbers are qualified to repair all types and sizes of well pumps.
Well Water Pump Repairs
If you’ve noticed changes in the water pressure or the smell, taste, or appearance of your water throughout your commercial property, your well pump might require attention. To pinpoint the cause of your water issue, always have a licensed plumber perform an inspection.
These are just some of the well water pump repairs your local Mr. Rooter Plumbing can provide:
- Failing well pump pressure switch
- Obstructed foot and check valves
- Power supply interruption
- Cavitation (gas or air inside the pump's mechanical parts)
- Failing motor or impeller parts
If your pump is damaged beyond repair, don’t worry. Mr. Rooter Plumbing can perform a well pump replacement—often on the same day.
Commercial Well Pump Repair Companies Near Me
When you’re in need of a commercial well pump repair company you can trust, turn to Mr. Rooter Plumbing. Our extensive experience and training mean we’re prepared to handle any well pump issues plaguing your building. To connect with your local Mr. Rooter Plumbing, call or request a job estimate online.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can you tell me how to keep my well pump from freezing?
Protect above-ground well pumps from freezing temperatures with insulated wraps. For indoor well pumps, maintain their temperature at 5°C minimum. Submersible well pumps are far below the frost line and are therefore not in danger of freezing.
How to install a well pump?
The process for installing a well pump and the other components necessary for a functioning well water system depends on the type of pump you have and many other factors. For best results, always trust a licensed plumber like Mr. Rooter Plumbing to perform commercial well pump installations.