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"Best contractor experience I've had in NoVA. Phenomenal contractor and small business owner. VERY responsive, even for emergencies. Great communication. Always on time. Trustworthy and fair pricing. I have hired Paul (owner) for two jobs - shower valve and sump pump backup unit. I will certainly use him again for future plumbing jobs. "

5.0 star review from a homeowner in leesburg VA

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"Awsome job very professional replaced well pump with a hole new supmercable pump system haven't had water pressure this good in 11yrs."

5.0 star review from a homeowner in King George VA

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"Dan is an expert on well pumps. He's been doing this type of work for decades."

5.0 star review from a homeowner in Round Hill VA

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"Sum Pump installed and secured."

5.0 star review from a homeowner in Bristow VA

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"I-plumb did a great job. The estimate and work was done all on the same day at reasonable rates. They found that the sub pump and shut off valve needed replacing and did a commendable job. Thank You "

5.0 star review from a homeowner in Leesburg VA

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"Replaced pump. Real professionals "

5.0 star review from a homeowner in Middletown VA

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" It’s a little early to review them. They just finished their job today. In our crawlspace they installed a double sump pump with a marine battery back up. They piped it about 100 feet to the culvert under a road. I’m not sure if everything they installed will work a week down the road. But I can say their work looked impeccable. Good looking connections, straight lines, tidy. They know what they’re doing. And they were very polite. On time, and available the day after I called them. They are a little pricey. They were only 15% lower than the highest guy in town. But like they say, you get what you pay for."

4.0 star review from a homeowner in Winchester VA

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"Your employees did a great job...one of the guys had a bad cough...I told him he needed a mask.....when you come to someones home you need to wear masks...I was not not happy..I had to sanitize my entire kitchen....You have no respect for you customers..."

4.5 star review from Lana E. in Harpers Ferry WV

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A well pump, also called a water well pump, is the mechanism used to pump water up from a well. These are commonly found in country homes which aren't connected to a county or municipal system. When they break, their repair could be a plumbing and electrical job. Most homeowners can't repair a well pump on their own. In this case, contacting a professional repair service can result in a safe and effective process which ensures that you get the use of your water back faster. If you need well pump service, then enter your zip code above. HomeAdvisor can locate well pump repair professionals near you.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does repairing my well pump cost?

The average cost to repair a well pump ranges from $330 to $1,370. Minor fixes can be as little as $100, while a full well pump replacement costs up to $2,400. Most professionals charge by the project and may require a $50 to $100 evaluation fee when you hire them.

Does homeowner's insurance cover my well pump?

Most home insurance policies cover some, but not all well pump repairs. It depends on the reason the equipment went bad. If your insurance policy covers the reason for its breakdown, like a fire or tornado, it also covers repair or replacement.

Beyond natural disasters, standard policies do not cover regular breakdowns. Ask your insurance agent about a supplemental breakdown policy or home warranty options to avoid unexpected costs.

How do you know if your well pump is bad?

A few simple signs can help you see whether you need to call a well pump repair pro:

  • Electric bills are higher than usual.
  • Fluctuating water pressure throughout the house
  • Faucets spit air before water comes out.
  • The water temperature gets unexpectedly hot.
  • Clicking noises from the well pump tank

How can I find the right well pump repair service?

A few steps can help you make sure the service you hire is reputable and can help you fix the problem:

  • Focus on specialized pros over plumbers or general contractors.
  • Check online ratings and reviews.
  • Ask for an evaluation of the problem before you sign the contract.
  • Check license and insurance of the company you want to work with.
  • Make sure the expert knows your brand and model well.
  • Ask about potential warranties and quality guarantees.