We Solve Low Water Pressure Problems
Many homeowners on a private water well experience the annoyance of low water pressure. Low water pressure is a quality of life problem that makes everyday activities, like showering or washing your dishes, irritating.
Low or weak water pressure when on a private well can include slow running faucets, toilets that are slow to fill, limited pressure in showers, a well pump that runs frequently, and a well pressure tank that is overworked.
In most low water pressure cases the well pump or well tank are the problems but their are additional reasons homeowners may be experiencing low pressure. Older water well pressure tanks may need to be pressurized or could have a bladder failure, or a well pump may need to be replaced because it has reached the end of its life or it is undersized for your home. We sometimes find that the plumbing that goes down to the well pump could potentially have a break. This would also cause low water pressure because water is escaping the supply line before reaching the house. Sediment build up at the bottom of your well can also limit the amount of water available for the pump to draw upon. Sediment may also be clogging aerators causing what seems to be low water pressure from faucets.
If you are experiencing low water pressure, contact Cummings Well & Pump. We can diagnose and repair the problem.
If you're well is in good working order and you are seeking city like water pressure, a constant drive pressure system may be the solution.
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We Provide the following Services
- Water Well Preventative Maintenance
- Water Well Inspections
- Water Quality Testing
- Well Yield Testing
- Well Video Camera Inspections
- Water Well Pressure Tanks
- Well Pump Replacement and Service
- Water Well Drilling