Full Stack Plumbing of Chapel Hill serves Orange County homeowners and business owners when plumbing emergencies arise. We can help with any well water problems and come to the rescue if your water pump suddenly stops working. Contact our Chapel Hill plumbing crew so we can find the problem and return full pressure to your home again.

Guaranteed Well Pump Service with Full Stack Plumbing

Our expert plumbers know the Chapel Hill area well and are ready to provide for all of your plumbing projects. We are experienced in repairing well pumps, providing maintenance, and replacing pumps.

Full Stack is fully insured. Our staff is fully licensed and certified. We are also good listeners. We want to partner with you to determine the best solution to your well water and pump problems.

Full Stack Plumbing offers affordable prices. We also practice transparent pricing. This means you’ll know what you’re paying for and what services you’ll get for your money.

How Do I Know If I Have Well Pump Problems

Sometimes your well pump problems will be easy to notice. You could be getting ready for work or preparing dinner when you find there’s no water to be had.

However, other pump issues can develop over weeks or months. If you take action early, you may be able to prevent further damage to your pump and your water lines. You may also rescue your family from some frustrating hours or days without water. A call to Chapel Hill’s Full Stack Plumbing can help you avoid a surprise when you turn your faucet on.

There are usually signs of a failing pump you can catch before it’s too late:

  • Water pressure drop
  • Your pump is making strange noises
  • Dirty water
  • Air blasting out of your faucets
  • High energy bills
  • Lost pressure in your expansion tank

Getting the jump on well pump issues can help prevent a long wait for specialized parts or a new pump to be delivered. It’s also possible to schedule a repair or installation while your family is out for the day. That way everyone’s happier, including you.

Chapel Hill Water Pump Repairs and Installation

Our expert Chapel Hill plumbers are ready to get into your pump house or pump housing and determine the issue. Once we find the problem, we go over your options with you and work with you to find the best solution.

If a new pump is needed, we help you find the best model for your family’s needs. Pumps can burn up when they don’t have the proper lubrication. They might overheat if a filter gets clogged or debris gets in the pump. A bearing might go bad. Water pumps usually last anywhere from 15 to 25 years. Sometimes older models simply wear out and a new model is necessary.

But Full Stack Plumbers don’t suggest expensive replacements when a simple repair or a new part can fix the issue. There are often smaller and less expensive fixes that can get your well pump running like new. The well pump switch that tells your pump when to pump water to your house may break and need replacing.

A leak in a pipe running into or out of your pump may be sapping your house of water pressure. It’s important to check every possibility before starting work on installing a brand-new pump.

These are just a few of the well water pump services we provide:

  • Pump Inspection
  • Pump Replacement
  • Water System Filter Replacement
  • Pump Sediment Issues
  • Pump Leaking Seal Replacement
  • Pump Water Lines Leak Repair
  • Pump Electrical Issues
  • Well Pressure Switch Replacement
  • Routine pump and line checkups

Contact a Skilled Chapel Hill Well Service Plumber

A failing pump can leave your home without the water pressure necessary for your family members to start their day. When you discover something is wrong with your pump, contact Full Stack Plumbing in Chapel Hill as soon as possible. Your issue may be easy to fix as long as it’s caught early.

The experts at Full Stack Plumbing come to the rescue with quick repairs to make sure you can depend on your well water again. We also partner with our clients when a new well water pump is needed.

Our team of licensed, trained, and fully insured plumbers is ready to trace your problem to the source and make the repairs to your pump or lines necessary. We are also ready for your next installation project. Contact us for all of your plumbing needs in your Orange County home or business.