Well Treatment and Repairs

Well Pumps, Wiring, and Piping

Having issues with your well? When it comes to any issues with the well, Phelps Water Company has the best technicians in the business. With over 50 years of combined knowledge in the well business, our technicians can diagnose any problem that you may be facing. Your well could be facing a number of problems; whether it be the pump, the pressure tank, clogged piping, or faulty wiring.  We will be able to assess the issue at hand and have you up and running with water in no time. Water is a necessity of life and you would not want to be without it, so if you have any issue at all don't hesitate to call and have us diagnose your well's issue.

**We provide a free well evaluation where a service technician will inform you of what is necessary to fix your water situation


Selling or buying a house? A quick fix to your waters bacterial problems is that of chlorination. One of our skilled technicians will come to your house and chlorinate your well which consists of putting granular chlorine into your well, bypassing your treatment system and running the chlorine into your house lines. Once your line have been chlorinated, your water will need to sit for a minimum of 24 hours.  After the water has sat, you will then let an outside spigot run for 24 to 48 hours to ensure that all of the chlorine is out of your water. Once this process is complete, you can contact us for a bacteria test to detemine whether or not the bacteria is still present and see if your house is ready to be sold. 

Note: Chlorinations are not always successful, in which case Ultra Violet lights can be installed as a guarenteed fix for bacteria issues.

Pressure Tanks

Ever wonder where your water gets its pressure? That big blue tank in your house is the source of all pressure provided to your various bathroom, kitchen and other sinks, as well as spigots, and hoses. Our technicians are extremely skilled at finding the source of low/no pressure issues. The pressure tank is the link between your well and your treatment system which makes it a vital piece to your water system. Several issues can arise from this particular tank and if/when you realize any predicaments with your pressure, it is important that you call the trustworthy people here at Phelps Water Company so that we can diagnose your problems and have your water back in business as soon as possible.


A drop in your pressure could mean a number of things, one of them being a leak in your well line. A line runs from the location of your well into your house, and for many different reasons a leak can develop underground causing you to lose pressure or lose water altogether. Our technicians are extremely knowledgable in pin-pointing the exact location of the leak and make necessary fixes to improve your pressure and get your water back up and running. If you notice any issues in your pressure or water rising from the ground in-between your well and entry point to the house, DO NOT HESITATE to call us immediately so we can quickly fix the issue before the problem worsens.

No Water Emergencies

Our normal business hours are Monday through Friday from 7:30 am until 4:30 pm.  However, if you find yourself with a no water emergency, we have techicians on call on Saturday and Sunday to assist you with your emergency. Please don't hesistate to give us a call if you find yourself with a leak or with no water at all, we would be happy to fix the problem for you no matter what day of the week it is!

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

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Providing quality service since 1957.