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.
Reasons Why You’ll Want a New Pump
Let’s say you decide to build a guest house on your property. This is a great idea and could be an amazing future investment since it could sell as its own house down the line. The problem is that your well pump might not be powerful enough to supply two homes with water at the same time. Especially if you intend on having people stay in both homes at the same time, you may be using twice as much water from the same pump.
This could lead to drops in water pressure, causing damage or overwork load.
Even if someone decides to build a home addition that’s not quite as large or complex as a guest house, it’s likely going to require water. Home additions with bathrooms, kitchens, or even laundry rooms require access to water, and that’s going to draw from your well pump.
Solutions We Can Offer
Your home needs water, nonstop. Our team isn’t going to tell you otherwise–so our job is to figure out how to get you the water you need, efficiently. You can trust us as industry experts to give you advice on what to do and how we can make a better impact on your home plumbing and comfort.
Here are a few solutions we can offer you:
- Analyzing the current well and pump for the new increased volume or pressure.
- Installing a booster pump and storage tank. Booster pumps are perfect for that extra boost of water pressure and usability, which might be recommended if you’re on a strict budget and you’re only working on a home addition instead of an entirely new building on your property.
- Setting up new access to water. If your well can’t handle the additional demand of a new building, it might be important to find access to water from a different source. This could also be a good idea if you intend on selling that other half of your property in the future, since it will be worth more if it has its own well access.
Contact American Pump and Drilling for help with your well pump situation.