Well pump does not come on at all – This could indicate the breaker has been thrown and may point to a problem with the water well pressure switch or the pump itself
Water pressure drops or even stops while in use – Typically a problem with the well pump pressure tank – with a fully drained system, the well pump pressure tank should hold only air.
Well pump water pressure is very low – There are potentially a lot of issues so all components of the well pump system must be checked in order to determine the problem
Well pump pressure is very erratic – Again, there are potentially a lot of issues so all components of the well pump system must be checked in order to determine the problem
Water pressure starts strong but then suddenly shuts down –Typically a situation where the well pump pressure switch is corroded or when the switch can no longer detect the pressure in the system
If you’ve lost well pump pressure to your home or office, All-Star Plumbing can get you back up and running very quickly in most cases with very minimal costs. We are the Triad leader in the well pump repair and installation and our professional and competent service technicians have experience with all brands.
You probably have submersible water pumps which can operate while fully submerged in water. Submersible pumps are used for a variety of applications in our area from residential to commercial and agricultural. Sealing systems keep the water from entering the pump motor that can cause damage and failure. If you have questions about your submersible pump, call us at 336-462-1080.