Pump System Installation and Service
If the well and casing are the foundation of your well system, the pump is the framework. It’s essential to construction and proper operation of your well. To get and keep water flowing, the pump system must be properly sized and installed.
Before a well is drilled, water consumption is calculated. A well and pump system should supply about 10 gallons per minute for normal household usage. Once the normal household usage is accounted for, other water needs such as irrigation, barns, and higher household usage are considered to help determine the adequate water supply to meet your needs.
Schroepfer Well Drilling uses constant pressure pump systems. This variable frequency technology has improved private water systems by virtually eliminating pressure fluctuations. A device known as a Subdrive, which is a constant pressure solution, can be used to retrofit an existing system.
Water System and Pump Repairs
Like with all systems in your home, your well ecosystem will need maintenance, and eventually may need repairs. We specialize in maintaining and repairing well pumps and components, including pressure tanks, pressure gauges, pressure switches, and even water lines.
Issues like short cycling, or when the pump kicks on with limited water usage, air coming out of the fixtures, low water pressure, or inconsistency with your pump starting and stopping or running constantly all impact the function of your well. These issues need to be addressed and corrected quickly to ensure the longevity of your well system.
Pressure Tanks & Submersible Pumps
We carry a variety of pressure tanks and submersible pumps, including the Well-X-Trol brand of Pre-Charged Pressure Tanks, which is an industry leader and has the best warranty on the market—7 years, as well as FlexCon which has a 5 year warranty. Well-X-Trol offers high strength steel that provides 150 PSIG working pressure, a patented Turbulator water circulator device, and patent pending antimicrobial liner that neutralizes bacteria on contact, among other features.
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