EMERGENCY SERVICE

  • Knowledgeable guy, no BS, was up front about the costs, and didn't try to sell me something I didn't need.
    McPherson is Well Service, they are not plumbers. I'd call them again. I recommend them.

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  • They know exactly what they were doing.
    They came out the same day. When our water pressure took a sudden drop. They knew what the problem was with in a hour.

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  • They know exactly what they were doing.
    They came out the same day. When our water pressure took a sudden drop. They knew what the problem was with in a hour.

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WATER WELL TIPS

WELL HEAD & CAP:

Go outside and look for any cracks in the well cap or breaks in the electrical conduit. Bugs love to live inside well caps. If the cap is cracked, it may be necessary to replace the cap, flush and chlorinate the well.

WATER TANK:

Most pump failures happen because of a bad or failed tank. One way to test your water tank is after your pump has shut off, run the cold water in a bucket in your laundry tub and see how many gallons you get before your pump turns on.

SHUT OFF VALVE:

One of the most important things you should know is how to shut the power off to your pump. Maybe it's an on/off switch, unplugging the plug, or shutting off a circuit breaker inside the circuit box.

WELL ACCESSIBILITY:

I recommend planting flowers, small shrubs or putting a fake rock over the well. Don’t plant trees next to your well. After 5-10 years-that tree will grow and we won’t be able to get a truck next to the well if it needs repairing.

TIPS & INFORMATION:

Low Water Pressure: Low water pressure can happen because of many things: A plugged water filter, plugged water softener or issues inside the well. Call us to discuss the issue, we can advise you a course of action and often give you simple tests you can try at home.