American Pump and Drilling Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Shelton’

Well Pumps: How They Work and Why They’re So Useful

Monday, April 22nd, 2024

We talk a lot about well pumps on our blog. This makes sense, since they’re complex machines that we work on regularly. But to many of our customers, they seem like magic.

Well, this blog post is going to help dispel any myths or rumors you might have heard about these systems. We hope to explain how well pumps work, why they’re so useful, and even give you a few tips on how you can schedule proper well pump installation in Shelton.

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Property Changes: What You Should Know About Your Water

Monday, January 15th, 2024

Many homeowners are blessed with having a lot of property. This land can be anything you want it to be, depending on the zoning and the landscape. For instance, many homeowners have decided to build guest houses, home additions, or even home offices on their property.

This kind of creative endeavor is entirely up to you, and we support whatever decision you make! However, you’ll want to ensure it has access to plenty of water, and that the water isn’t taking away from your home’s water supply.

You might need a new well pump installation in Shelton, or a new well might need to be dug entirely, depending on the situation. Our team can help walk you through your options and do a preliminary evaluation so that you don’t have to worry.

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How to Choose the Right Team for Well Drilling

Monday, August 14th, 2023

You might have noticed, in your search for an expert pump and drilling team, that there aren’t many options out there. Some of them might be large corporations, others might be small, local teams from the area. In truth, every company is going to be different, which makes choosing the right one for your next well drilling in Shelton very difficult.

Don’t worry. Take a deep breath and relax. Well drilling is complicated, especially if you don’t know what the geology of your property looks like underground. It can be scary to see all the different cost estimates, and we totally understand that. This is why we’d like to simplify this process for you.

Today, we want to separate the good companies from the great ones, and give you a few extra reasons why calling us is your best option.

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How Long Does a Well Last?

Monday, July 17th, 2023

As your local pump and drilling experts, this is a field that many homeowners are unfamiliar with. People tend to learn about well drilling in Shelton when they need it done, but that can make the cost or the length of the drilling seem arbitrary.

We get many questions like “Why does well drilling cost this much to do?” and “But there’s already a well on my property, why do I need to drill a new one?” These are great questions, and we’d like to be your guide to answering them. It’s important that you get your information from a reputable expert and a team that generally has your best interest in mind.

So, let’s talk about how long a well might last, depending on certain factors. And hopefully, you’ll understand just how tricky this kind of work can be!

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FAQ: Everything to Learn About Backflow

Monday, May 22nd, 2023

Backflow might not be the topic you had in mind to learn about on a beautiful spring morning. But for many homeowners that are taking part in some home improvement projects, or for people who want to learn exactly how their home plumbing system works, it’s a vital topic.

It’s kind of impossible to talk about plumbing without discussing backflow. It’s essentially exactly what the name implies—when wastewater flows backward into your pipes causing contamination, unsafe conditions, and even destruction. It’s a nasty thing to have happen, which is why there are tools, systems, and even services specifically designed for backflow prevention in Shelton, WA.

This blog will highlight some of the questions that customers often have about backflow and plumbing in general. Hopefully, with these answers, you’ll be in a better spot to prevent your home from encountering a backflow issue.

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