Located at the bottom of the well, there is a pump, which serves the function of drawing water. This particular pump is intended to operate as needed, although it requires regular maintenance. As long as that maintenance is conducted, a pump can last up to an entire decade. However, when a pump starts to falter, there are several warning signs.
With close to 150 years in the North Carolina well drilling and supply industry, Brown Well Supply Company knows better than most what these warning signs are. In this article, they provide a closer look at a few of the most common signs that point to well pump problems and a need for well service.
Low Amounts of Pressure
When water just trickles out of the faucet, it is…
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