Well Pump Services


Well pump repairs are essential with any sort of water system or ground well, but only when you have an expert working on it. You need an expert who has a more intimate knowledge of how your system operates. There are several key indicators that your well pump’s motor might need repairs, including: poor water pressure, a constantly running water stream, or a complete lack of water flow altogether.

For affordable well pump repair in Central Ohio, call the area’s leading well pump experts at New Albany Plumbing & Drain. We offer well pump repair, well pump replacement and all types of residential plumbing services.

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What is a well?

Modern water wells are a far cry from the pulley and hand pump systems of our forefathers. And while today’s wells are much more convenient, they’re also a lot more complex in their setup, design and functioning. The “water well” is merely another term for an underground reservoir of water known as an aquifer. Aquifers are the source from which a well draws water to use in your home or business. Once inside, groundwater flows through the pipes and into a complex electromechanical system to be accessible indoors through your faucets and spigots.

Friendly Technicians

We can guarantee that you will receive the best care possible, as our team is filled with men and women who are not only friendly and respectful but absolute experts in their field.

24/7 Emergency Services

We are here for you! You can reach out to us at any time: on the weekends, in the night-time, on holidays, etc. We provide service around the clock!

We’re Licensed & Insured

You can put your trust in us and our services. Our company is licensed, insured, bonded, and our experts are qualified to work on gas lines and other dangerous equipment.
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Choose New Albany Plumbing & Drain!

Did you know that having a well water system in your home can save you money? Well water systems don’t require electricity, so they’re less expensive to operate. In addition to this and other benefits, New Albany Plumbing & Drain offers affordable well pump repair services in Central Ohio. It’s important to have an experienced company like ours install a well pump system in your home. We offer only the highest quality well-related plumbing services, including well pump repair, well pump replacement, and cistern installation services.

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Frequently Asked Well Pump Questions

The New Albany Plumbing & Drain team is dedicated to assisting customers in identifying a long-term solution that will enable them to live comfortably in their homes. Please do not hesitate to contact us at (614) 245-3319 if you have any questions or concerns.

My well system seems to be working fine. Why should I consider having it maintained?

Well systems sometimes can go for a long time without needing repairs, but if you don’t take care of your well, you could end up with problems that cost thousands of dollars to fix. Also, wells wear out over time, so it’s smart to get regular checkups done by a professional.

When should I consider calling in a professional to look at my well system?

Regular maintenance is important to keep your water well system running smoothly. If you notice any of the following, call a professional immediately: unexplained changes to your electric bill, spurts of air in your water, loss of pressure or flow in your water supply, strange noises coming from your system, and changes in odor or appearance of the water. Small issues can lead to more serious problems with equipment failure or loss of service altogether—which can require an emergency service call.

What is a bedrock well and how is it constructed?

When you have a bedrock well drilled, an eight-inch casing is inserted into ten or twenty feet of solid rock. The casing prevents surface contaminants from entering the well, and a water flow test is conducted to determine how much water is being produced. Bacteria are killed with chlorine, and then a pump, water line, and your water tank are installed. Electrical power is connected, and your well is tested to ensure it’s functioning properly.