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CAPE CORAL WELL PUMP REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS
Cape Coral well pump repairs and replacements can be difficult without the right knowledge. Well pumps are attached at the end of 2-inch diameter PVC piping going into the ground. The PVC pipe is placed into the ground deep enough to find an underground water source of some type. The distance down in the ground depends on locating the best water source and can be between 20 feet to 75 feet or more.
To replace the broken or burned out well pump the entire length of pipe, pump motor & electrical wiring needs to be pulled out of the ground. The pump at the end of the pipe gets replaced, and often it’s best to replace the old electrical wiring. The repaired system needs to be carefully lowered back in the original spot and casting to the correct depth of the water source.
WE PROVIDE FAST CAPE CORAL WELL PUMP REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS
At Coastal Irrigation & Plumbing, our team of Cape Coral well pump repairs specialist having been helping both homeowners & businesses with pump repairs & replacements since 2001. We offer a full line of well water pumps and have most replacement parts in stock. Our goal is to get your water working quickly and affordably. We service, repair & replace all types of
- Well Pumps
- Sprinkler Pumps
- Submersible Well Pumps
- Irrigation Pumps
- Deep Well Pumps
- Above Ground Water Systems
SANDY SOIL LEADS TO MOST CAPE CORAL WELL PUMPS REPAIRS
Cape Coral well pump repairs normally occur because of fine sand that has been pulled into the pump. Inside the well pump build-up of this fine sand in basically unavoidable. However, the collection of this fine sand is not typically the cause of needed Cape Coral well pump repairs. In fact, during normal pump operation, the fine sand would pass right through your sprinkler system.
It’s not unusual during our rainy season for homeowners to turn off their Cape Coral sprinkler systems completely and for prolonged periods of time. Leaving your pump off for extended periods gives this fine sand collected inside your pump a chance to harden.
With the start of our dry season, most homeowners turn their sprinklers systems back on. A well pump that has too much sand built up can’t properly pump water. Cape Coral well pumps need water movement to keep it from overheating. A well pump that has hardened sand can run, overheat and burn out or stop running.
CONTACT US TODAY FOR YOUR CAPE CORAL WELL PUMP REPAIRS
When you call Coastal Irrigation & Plumbing for your Cape Coral well pump repairs, you will always speak with one of our employees. All of our service vehicles are fully supplied to complete most jobs on the first visit. Our goal is to get your Cape Coral well pump repairs completed properly and affordably quickly. For help with well pump repairs or replacements complete our online request form or for the fastest response, please call (239) 491-9008.