Your well has suddenly stopped working. There’s no water and you aren’t sure what to do to fix it.
There are lots of reasons people experience well emergencies, but the trouble is knowing what to do when you experience one. Common reasons for well emergencies include:
- Power Outage – If there has been a wide-spread power outage, it could affect your water well’s ability to produce water. However, other smaller power issues, such as the well pump not getting electricity could also be a reason to call about a well emergency.
- Broken Well Pump – Unfortunately, the well pump has a certain lifespan, and when it breaks, it could constitute a loss of water. Well emergencies often include problems with the well pump, either with the need for a repair or complete replacement of the pump and accompanying parts.
- Low Water Pressure – If you’re finding that you still get water, but the water pressure is low, there could be a problem with your water well. In this case, you’ll want to call sooner rather than later to determine the source of the water pressure concern.
- Water Filtration Concerns – It’s important for the safety and health of everyone on the property that the water coming from a well is clean. If a water filtration system has failed, it could put anyone who uses the water at risk.
The good news is that well emergencies are handled with expediency and care by our team at Yadkin Well Company. With more than 50 years of experience providing water-well maintenance, repairs, and installation, we are equipped to handle all kinds of well emergency services. Contact us today for assistance!