A Dirty Problem
For many homes, the main source of water for drinking, cleaning, and using appliances comes from the well. This well, which is located beneath the ground, collects groundwater whenever it rains or when the snow melts. Because of its location underground, it can be difficult to know when the well, and particularly its pump, is starting to go bad. At least, until you suddenly find yourself without water. Or worse, you find yourself with a whole lot of water where it doesn’t originally belong. To determine if you need pump repair Tampa FL, you should be on the lookout for these signs.
1. Lack Of Water Pressure
One of the initial signs that you may notice is if the water pressure isn’t quite what it used to be. In fact, it may dramatically increase and decrease as you use it. This can be felt when you take a shower or when you use the faucet and notice that it seems to be spitting air a lot. Pressure is an important role in how your pump and tank work, and if something is messing with the pressure, or if the pump or tank isn’t able to control or utilize the pressure, then it’s a sign that something is wearing down.
This can sometimes be obvious when with the lack of pressure in your water. When you turn the faucet or showerhead on, you may notice odd and loud sounds coming from the pipe. In many cases, this can be the pressure and water struggling to make its way through certain pockets. It could also be an indication that something is quite wrong with your tank. Loud noises typically aren’t a good thing, and so you should have an experienced repairman take a look as soon as possible.
3. Dirty Water
If you suddenly notice that your water is dirty, it could also indicate a problem.