Well Pumps

What a Well Pump Does

A well pump is the most important part your water system. This is how water gets propelled or pulled into your house for daily usage. Without a pump, a house cannot receive water from your well. There are several different types of pumps that provide different quantities of water. If a pump goes bad, it is vital that you call us to diagnose your problem so that you can be back in service as quick as possible.


**Note:  We offer a free analysis to diagnose your issue.

Submersible Pumps

A standard Submersible pump is the most common type of pump.  It gets its name because it is underground in your well propelling water from the well into your house and treatment system. Submersible pumps come in various sizes depending on the depth of your well, the amount of water used, type of pressure tank used and a variety of other characteristics of your home. Pumps range in horsepower and voltage and is based on the type of circuit breaker and pressure tank installed in your house. Many no water issues and pressure issues are related directly or indirectly to your pump and the piping between the bottom of the well and your house.  If any of these issues arise, there is a good chance that there may be an issue with your pump

**Call for a free consultation and we will diagnose the problem on site and provide you with a quote (410) 956-2522

Grundfos Booster Pump

Grundfos Booster Pumps are compact pumps for inside your house. This pump is a self priming low noise level pump that increases the water pressure to your house. The Booster Pump acts similar to the constant pressure and is able to increase the pressure coming from the well, but only boosting the water that is stored in the pressure tank at that time.

**Call Phelps to get sizing information for more consistent pressure
**Call for pricing on issues or interest on a booster pump

Jet Pumps

A Jet pump is used for both shallow and deep wells. In shallow wells the jet pump is above ground and the pressure builds at the pump. In deep wells the pressure is built in the well and pulled into the house by the jet pump. Unlike Submersible pumps, Jet Pumps pull the water from the well and are primed in order for the pump to work. On occasion the pump loses its prime that can lead to a loss of water. 

**For service, installation, or replacement call Phelps at (410) 956-2522

180 Mayo Rd. 
(P.O. Box 117)
Edgewater, MD 21037
Phone: 410-956-2522
Fax: 410-798-6758

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