The Truth About Water Well Pump Cost
So you are getting a new water well or are replacing an old water pump. And of course the first thing that runs through your mind is, “how much is this going to cost me”?
In this article, we will delve into the factors that influence the price of your water well pump and discuss the different types of pumps and how much each one costs.
Ready? Let’s get started.
Well Pump Prices
Homeowners can spend up to $1200 and as low as $200 for a well pump. The cost will obviously depend on the type and quality of the pump. The pump you need will depend on the size of your well and the volume of water you will be working with.
Deep wells require pumps with higher horsepower than shallow wells. Wells that supply a higher water demand need high-power pumps such as submersible water pumps.
It is important to note that replacing a water pump is NOT a DIY project.
Always call a professional like Pruitt Water to install your water pump.
What Are The Labor Costs Of Installing A Well Pump?
When it comes to labor costs, the following is average:
- Shallow well pumps can be installed for $500-$1000.
- Deep well pumps can be installed for $1000-$2000.
- Submerged pumps will cost an extra $100 to $200.
The Final Word
When replacing your well pump or purchasing a new one, it is important to remember to find someone you can trust to help you.
Pruitt Water LLC is THE most trusted name in well pump repair in the state of Florida. Just click this link to read our Homeadvisor reviews or Google reviews to discover the truth.
Pruitt Water has a 24 hour emergency service and will get there quickly when you have a well pump malfunction.
Contact us today for any water well pump problems!
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