Well camera inspections
If you’re looking for a reliable and easy way to perform remote visual inspection and downhole surveys of water wells, Well Water Cameras are the ideal solution. These cameras are commonly used for routine or post-service assessments, conditions evaluation, and monitoring, making them an essential tool for any business or individual responsible for maintaining these structures. Well cameras are tough and built to last, able to withstand even the most challenging environments. With clear and sharp images, these cameras provide accurate information that can be used to make informed decisions about the condition of your well. Whether you’re looking to perform routine maintenance or investigate potential issues, Well Water Cameras are the perfect tool for the job.
Well Pump replacement (MOE certified)
If your well pump has failed, you’ll need to replace it with a new one. This can be a difficult and complex task, so it’s important to make sure that you get professional help to identify the failed component before attempting to do it yourself. However, if you’re up for the challenge, you can purchase a pump from us and swap out your pump yourself. Here’s what you’ll need to do:
1. Purchase a new well pump that is compatible with your existing system.
2. Install the new well pump following the instructions that come with it.
3. Test the new well pump to make sure it is working properly.
4. Enjoy the peace of mind that comes with knowing you’ve successfully replaced your own well pump!
Upgrading your well is a big decision. You want to make sure that you are getting the best possible service for your money. Fortunately, with the help of an experienced well contractor, you can upgrade your well to better provide for your family’s water needs.
There are many ways to upgrade your well, but it all starts with finding the right contractor. Look for someone who has experience in the industry and who can offer you a competitive price. Once you have found the right person for the job, they will work with you to determine what kind of upgrades are necessary for your well.
Some of the most common upgrades include booster pumps, larger well pumps, larger pressure tanks, and water treatment systems. Each of these upgrades has its own set of benefits that can make a big difference in the quality of your water. With the help of a qualified contractor, you can find the perfect solution for your well-water needs.
Pump stand for dug well applications
Our well pump stands are the perfect choice for your dug well application. It is durable, reliable, and easy to install.
Foot valve replacement
A well foot valve is a check valve that is installed at the bottom of the well piping. It is used to keep water in the well piping when the pump is not running. Foot valves are an important part of a well system and are used to help prevent water from flowing back into the well and contaminating the water supply.
The foot valve consists of a fitting that is connected to the well piping. The valve has a flap or disk that opens and closes with the flow of water. When water is pumped from the well, the foot valve allows water to flow into the piping and up to the surface. When the pump is turned off, the foot valve closes, preventing water from flowing back into the well.
Foot valves are a vital part of a well system and are used to help prevent water from flowing back into the well and contaminating the water supply. A properly working foot valve will keep your water supply clean and free from contamination.
Constant pressure systems (New & retrofit)
If you’ve ever dealt with wildly fluctuating water pressure, you know how frustrating it can be. Hot water suddenly turns cold, or your shower sputters to a stop just when you need it most. Fortunately, there’s a solution: a constant pressure system.
With a constant pressure system in place, you’ll never have to worry about fluctuating water pressure again. Whether running the dishwasher and flushing the toilet simultaneously or watering the lawn, your water pressure will always be consistent. That means you can enjoy a hot shower even when everyone in the house uses water simultaneously. No more interruptions or surprises – just reliable, consistent water pressure all the time.
If you’re fed up with fluctuating water pressure, install a constant pressure system and enjoy the peace of mind that always has reliable water pressure.
Pressure tank service & Replacement
If you’re one of the many Canadians who rely on a private well as your main water source, it’s essential to have a pressure tank. Pressure tanks help pump water to your residence and can also prolong the life of your pump by supplying water under pressure without the pump turning on.
Make sure to check the air pressure in your tank once a year to maintain proper water pressure in your home. If you’re unsure how to do this, our Pressure Tank Service and Replacement team can help. We’re experts in all things pressure tanks and can service or replace your tank as needed.
Don’t let something as important as your water pressure go unchecked. Call us today and let us help you ensure that your home always has the water pressure it needs.