Residential Well Pump Repair
Paramount Well Service proudly performs residential well pump repairs for homeowners located throughout communities in NJ and PA. With 30 years of experience behind us, we hire only the best to help solve any and all of your well pump issues. We’ll come out to your residential location to properly assess what problems your well or well equipment is having and offer competitive pricing to solve your problems. There is only one name that is superior to the rest: Paramount.
New Jersey’s Most Reliable Pump Repair Professionals
With a team of well pump repair technicians ready for any project that comes our way, homeowners throughout all of NJ and some parts of PA can expect a thorough inspection of their pump system and, if any issues are identified, our team will completely repair or replace it.
If you are like most well-dependent homeowners, you might be curious about the different types of pump on the market. Two of the most common pumps are submersible pumps and jet pumps.
- Submersible Pumps: This pump is a highly effective and cost-efficient method of lifting large volumes of water from well. Using an electric cable, this pump is lowered to the bottom of the well and will supply power to a motor in the pump.
- Jet Pumps: Jet pumps are usually located in the house or in a well pit and are responsible for bringing water to the holding tank. Since the 1960’s these pumps are considered antiquated and usually prove to be noisier and less efficient than submersibles. Common practice usually dictates replacing these with a submersible when service is needed.
Providing the Industry’s Top Rated Replacement Pumps
If your residential well in NJ or PA is in need of comprehensive pump repairs, you’ll be happy to know that we only use the most durable and time-tested pumps on the market. We install Franklin Electric, FloWise, and Grundfos pumps, all of which are global industry leaders. When we repair your faulty well pump, each new install is made using the most advanced technology, which includes constant pressure and a VFD system.