As a homeowner, we have at one time or another required service work on our pump/water system. Here are a few tips that could possibly help in diagnosing your problem and save on the labor cost.
- Try to be aware of what occurred prior to and is currently happening or in some cases not happening with your well or water system.
- Have as much information as possible on the following:
WELL — Total Depth, Static Water Level and the Production Rate.
PUMP — Make and Model, HP, GPM Rating and Volts
PRESSURE TANK — Brand, Size, Type (Bladderless or?)
If you don’t know what size your tank is, even approximate dimensions would be helpful – diameter and height. This info should provide the service tech a pretty good idea how many gallons your current pressure tank is. By having the above information it will give our service tech better knowledge on how to get you back in water and get your household up and running sufficiently again in a timely and cost effective manner. — Debi Williams