Marines Plumbing has been helping residents from Northern Virginia to Richmond with their well pump systems since 2013. We can service the following well pump issues:
Well Pump Installation
No Water from Well Pump
Brown or Cloudy Water
Pressure Switch Issues
Well Pump Running Constantly
Well Water Smells or Tastes Bad
Many homes in Northern Virginia have water that comes from well pump systems. The advantage of well pumps is a more affordable water supply in comparison to municipal water, but the downside is that when your well pump system isn’t working as it should, you’re responsible for the repairs. Our expert plumbers can diagnose and repair broken well pumps and install new well pumps when needed. Not all plumbers are experienced in handling well pump systems, but we have the knowledge, skills, and equipment to get the job done quickly and correctly.
When you hire Marines Plumbing for your well pump repairs, you’re hiring a local plumbing service owned and operated by a veteran. We offer a Better Plumbing Experience, with fair prices, superior customer service, and a 100% Lifetime Craftsmanship Guarantee. There’s no need to haggle because we give you our best price upfront.
Whether you’re from Northern Virginia to Richmond, call us today at (703) 331-2100 and we’ll dispatch one of our skilled well pump plumbers to your home to help you diagnose the problem.
The cost of a well pump can vary a great deal, depending on the type you’re installing and its horsepower. We can help you understand your options and the pricing for each.
Replacing a well pump is a very difficult job, so unless you have experience doing it yourself, we recommend hiring a qualified plumber.
An above-ground jet well pump will last about a decade, while submersible well pumps will typically last about 15 years.
Some signs that your well pump needs to be replaced are high electric bills, faucets that spit and sputter, fluctuations in water pressure, and noises or clicking coming from the tank.
There are two primary types of well pumps: jet pumps and submersible pumps. Jet well pumps are used for shallow wells and located above the ground, while submersible pumps are placed inside the well, below the water line.
Yes, we recommend that you have your well pump checked and maintained at least once a year. This check should include a bacteria test to ensure the safety of your water.
Inspecting a well pump involves checking for a few different types of mechanical defects, including faulty gauges, rusted tanks, and leaking seals.
The cost of well pump service depends on the type of repair needed. When you call Marines Services Co., one of our plumbers will come out to diagnose your well pump problem and provide you with a no-haggle quote for servicing it.