Reaching a reliable water source is the first step. Well pump installation is the next. Drawing fresh water from deep within the earth and into your home takes technological expertise, trench digging, and water pump know-how.

The components of a traditional deep well pump include a submersible water pump, a pitless, a pressure tank (with a well pump switch), and a pressure gauge. Some homeowners in densely populated areas or new developments must install a constant pressure pump to ensure optimal fire safety. These systems regulate well water pressure by replacing a pressure gauge with a high pressure pump and computer box.

Whether you choose a traditional residential well pump or a constant pressure well pump, there’s only one deep well water pump company that you want to work with: Western Maine Water.

  1. Western Maine Water works with your local contractor to dig a trench below the frost line for the pitless, a brass fitting.
  2. Our experienced well pump installation technicians then lower your submersible pump into the well on plastic pipe and connect the pipe to the second pipe leading to your home. Once backfilled, the trench protects your pitless and pipes from the tough Maine and New Hampshire winters.
  3. Western Maine Water connects the pipe to the pressure tank and then to your home plumbing system. The pressure tank’s electric pressure gauge connects to your home’s breaker box with copper wire, signaling to the submersible well water pump when the faucets are turned so that water starts to flow—or shuts off.

When we are working with deep well submersible pumps or constant pressure pumps, we are in our element. Talk to the certified, licensed, insured experts at Western Maine Water today.