Submersible Well Pumps Installations in Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia

Thank you for considering Tri-County Pumps for your well pump services. We replace and install submersible well pumps of all makes and models, providing speedy but efficient service. Whether you want to upgrade your current well pump or are in need of an urgent replacement, don’t wait any longer to get in touch with a Tri-County Pumps’ team member.

We use state-of-the-art, high-quality equipment for a fast installation turnaround time. By exclusively using high-quality submersible pumps, tanks, and controls, you’ll get strong and continuous water pressure in your system. Two additional advantages are the amount of space you will save, as well as more efficient back-washing. To learn more about our submersible well pump installations, please take a few moments to fill out the form below, or contact us at (301) 432-0330!.

Submersible Well Pumps Parts

It can be a daunting task to fully understand the intricacies of submersible well pumps, which is why we do the grunt work for you. We’ve created a brief chart to illustrate some of the most important aspects of submersible pumps.

  1. Valve – Used to keep the water from flowing back into the well. If air leaks in, water can leak out, and vice-versa.
  2. Pitless Adapter – IIn colder climates, the drop pipe needs to leave the casing at some point below freezing; a pitless adapter accomplishes that.
  3. Well Cap – Used in conjunction with a pitless adapter to cover the top of the well.
  4. Well Seal – Seals off the top of the well from the environment and allows for drop pipes and wires to go through. They also support the weight of the drop pipe and the pump.
  5. Pressure Tank – Provides storage of water under pressure for delivery between cycles, helps reduce overall system maintenance, and much more.
  6. Pressure Relief Valve – Every installation MUST have a pressure relief valve to prevent tank rupture! Provides assurance if pressure switch fails. Relieves pressure in system before bursting the tank.
  7. Pressure Switch – Critical to the smooth operation of the system. As pressure increases (when the tank fills), the contacts interrupt the circuit to stop the pump.
  8. Tank Tee – Is used at the tank and is tapped to allow for mounting of the switch and gauge in an orderly manner.
  9. Sampling Valve – Hose bibbs, etc. Used for taking water samples at the water tank.

 

 

 

 

 

We can assist in replacing any of these individual parts. If you are unsure of which part you need, please take a moment to fill out our form. We will run preliminary diagnostic services as quickly as possible, and get back in touch with you. Call us today for premier submersible well pumps services!

Call (301) 432-0330 to schedule an appointment!