Living in the city means being connected to a public water system and taking for granted that when you turn on the faucet, you will have water coming out. However, living in a rural setting doesn’t come with this luxury and instead you have the awareness of being connected to a well system for water.

A well is a construction that is drilled deep into the ground until the groundwater is accessible. Once this water is located, the well is built around it and various equipment is installed to get the well water to the home. To maintain the flow of clean and fresh water to the home, both the well and the well equipment need to be in top working order at all times.

At Call Clint Plumbing we have years of experience helping the homeowners of Brewster and surrounding areas with all of their well service needs. Our expert plumbers have the years of experience to provide service for wells that need installation, repair or maintenance as well as all types of well equipment. Some reasons you might call us include:

  • Murky Water
  • Pump cycles too often or is constantly running
  • Pump runs but there is no water
  • Pump has short cycles and then cuts off

All of these signs must be assessed by a professional as soon as possible as they are indications of a current or pending malfunction with your well or well equipment. Each member of our team has the specialized training to investigated these signs and assess what the issue might be. The pump that moves water from your well to your home is a major part of your system and we are experienced working with all types.

Jet Pump

In many older homes a jet pump is installed in the basement and can come in two variations: a deep and a shallow. The main difference between each variety is that the deep version has two pipes connecting it from the water to the home and the shallow only has one. Both varieties are found in older home because it used to be that jet pumps were the only type of pump available.

Submersible Pump

As a more recent option submersible pumps are designed to float directly in the water of the well and push the water out of the well to the home. Since the water does not need to be drawn from the well to the pump there is one less step and that makes these pumps more efficient.

The National Groundwater Association has recommended that wells and well equipment receive maintenance service on an annual basis. This allows for small issues to be identified before they escalate and also ensures the health of the well and the water coming from it. A maintenance check will involve:

  • A flow test to determine how strong the water is coming out and give clues about how the pump motor is performing.
  • An inspection of the equipment to make sure there isn’t any corrosion and everything is up to code.
  • A test of the water to check for bacteria and levels of mineral deposits and sulfides.

Trust our friendly and highly-trained Brewster team for all of your well and well equipment service needs. We have the specialized equipment and experience to provide compliant and thorough well and well equipment installation, repair, and maintenance. Regardless of what issues you may be experiencing with your well, or if you need a well or well equipment installed, we will arrive at your location with the tools and the knowledge to get the job done right and with as little disruption to you and your property as possible