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Homeowners relying on private well systems can count on Culpeper Home Services to help install, repair, and maintain their well pumps.

We understand that living separately from the municipal system presents a different set of plumbing challenges. That’s why we’re committed to providing fast turnarounds and quality solutions to our customers with private well systems. Whether you need help choosing a new well pump or your existing unit needs repair, our Culpeper County well contractors have you covered. Just give us a call to discuss your needs and we’ll send professional help your way as quickly as possible.


Well Pump Troubleshooting

Is your submersible well pump running more frequently than usual? Does water sputter out when you turn on your faucet? Are you not getting any water at all?

These are all common well pump problems we help homeowners fix. But what causes these issues in the first place?

If you’re not getting any water: This may be caused by a tripped circuit breaker, but in many cases it points to a problem in your well and a lack of water. We can help you lower the pump farther down the well so it can be submerged again and continue to provide you with a reliable supply of water.

If you notice an increase in your electricity bills: High electricity bills may point to a constantly running well pump. Damaged pumps, low water levels, or a malfunctioning pressure switch can all cause your well pump to keep running.

If you have muddy water: Less efficient well pumps may fail to filter out silt, which can start to wear down on the unit.

A quick call to your Culpeper County well contractor will give you answers to your toughest problems. Our experts will diagnose the issue and provide you with the right solutions.

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Replacing Your Well Pump

How do you know if the problem can be repaired or if you need a new well pump altogether? Poor maintenance is often the reason many well pumps need to be replaced. This is why annual well maintenance is recommended—we can identify and fix any problems before they have a chance to develop.

If you need to install a new well pump, there are two main types to choose from:

Submersible well pumps: This type of pump is situated inside the well. It works by pushing water up and into an adaptor, which then directs the supply to your water line. Submersible pumps can serve wells up to 400 feet deep and are built to last 25 years or more.

Jet well pumps: These units are placed above ground and operate out of the water. Jet pumps pull water out of your well using a pipe that acts as a suction. Properties with wells less than 25 feet may do best with a shallow well pump, while those with wells up to 110 feet may want to consider deep well pumps.

As a result, the type of pump you choose will depend on your well depth and location. Contact us for help selecting the right pump for your well system. We will make sure your new unit meets your specific needs.

24-Hour Well Pump Services Near You

Culpeper Home Services provides a full range of plumbing solutions throughout Culpeper County and surrounding areas. We know problems with your plumbing can occur at any time—that’s why we’re here for you 24/7.

We have local well pump professionals based throughout Northern Virginia who are available for same-day service so you can get the water you need ASAP.

Schedule Service Now

Contact us today at (540) 845-3653 to schedule well pump repair or replacement in Culpeper County. New installations enjoy a five-year worry-free guarantee!

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Culpeper Home Services, LLC.
1202 S Main St.
Culpeper, VA 22701
(540) 845-3653
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