Below is a well water pump FAQ list with answers. Should you have any questions not answered here, feel free to contact our office and speak with our friendly and knowledgeable staff!
What is the process for getting a well drilled?
Since Mather Pump Service does not provide drilling services, you will want to find a great drilling company to get this process started. We are happy to refer you and answer any questions you have, contact our office at 1-800-257-1310.
After you select a driller, they will meet with you, ask questions about the property, and check on-site conditions. For those in Clark County, a site evaluation by the Clark County Public Health Department is required. Your driller can provide you with all the information you need. Once that is taken care of they will perform the drilling.
My well has been drilled, now what?
This is when we come in! Once the well construction has been completed, we will help you select the well pump that is right for your needs. Once a selection has been made, our professional technicians will come install it for you.
How do I choose the right well water pump?
There are many types of water pumps out there, all for different needs whether that be for a home, a farm, a commercial building, etc. Our staff here at Mather Pump Service is trained specifically in knowing all of these different uses and which products would fit best in them. Take advantage of their extensive knowledge by giving us a call and letting them assist you in choosing the right water pump.
Do you provide repair services to an already existing well pump?
Yes! We do more than replace and install well pumps, we provide troubleshooting and repair services as well. If your well pump is having a problem, please call our office and we will send a technician out to you.
Do I really need to call a professional?
Whether you are looking to drill, install, or repair a well or well pump, it is best to call a professional. Professionals have the proper equipment, knowledge, and skills to perform any installation or repair. If you try to do it yourself you could get hurt, do the job incorrectly, or introduce bacteria into your well water.
What is well maintenance?
Well maintenance is the act of scheduling regular well check-ups to make sure your well and well pump are both running smoothly and without any issues. Well maintenance can also include keeping a log of any issues you encounter, and any repairs that are done.
Why is well maintenance important?
Well maintenance is sometimes easily overlooked, but having a regular well maintenance schedule can be really beneficial. Regular maintenance can help catch and fix small problems before they become large ones, which not only saves stress but it saves money. Regular maintenance also ensures that your well is running efficiently and consistently. A water test can also be done to make sure your water isn’t contaminated.