If your home is not connected to city water, your home is most likely supplied by a well. It's pretty common among home owners that as long as they turn on the faucet, shower or tap and fresh, clean water comes out, they probably don't give a great deal of thought of how their water supply gets from point A to point B. However, if you have a well and you suddenly turn on a faucet to discover there is no water, the culprit is usually your well pump.
A well pump, as it sounds, siphons water out of your ground supply, runs it through a purifier and softener system, and then supplies it to your faucets and fixtures. It's a scientific fact that human beings cannot survive very long without a water source, so when your pump fails it's obviously critical to find a solution.
At Southern New Hampshire Plumbing, Heating, Cooling, we are your one-stop shop for your well pump woes. From diagnosing the issue with your existing pump, to helping you source an efficient, high quality new well pump or jet pump system, to installing your new unit and restoring your water supply, our team of licensed, experienced technicians are at your disposal 24/7 to solve your pump problems.