When you are having a new pump installed for your water well, it is important to consider which individual tool would fit well with your system, since they are quite distinct. Depending on the depth of your well, you may need a completely different pump than that of your neighbor. For example, a well that has a depth of 25 feet maximum would be better off with just having a shallow-well pump or a centrifugal pump. If the well has a greater depth, up to 110 feet maximum, it would be more suited to a deep-well jet pump. Finally, wells that are any deeper than 110 feet would benefit from a submersible pump.
In addition to these pumps, some pumps use alternative sources to provide them with energy as well. Some pumps can run on solar power, meaning that they harness the most renewable fuel source instead of costing money by eating up electricity. Other pumps operate on air, known as pneumatic pumps. Depending on the size and extent of your property, as well as whether the location is residential or commercial, will also influence which type of pump you should get. Our techs at Meurer Plumbing Services can help you determine the best system for your area.
Call us today (815) 855-5085 or get in touch with our team online to discuss your options for Will County water well and pump services.