Complete Irrigation Well Pump Repair & Installation Services
Centrifugal Pumps – Unclogging Filters or Replacing
Jet Pumps – Unclogged, adjusted or replaced
Pump Main Line Leaks – Repaired, or adjusted
Fractured Well Pump Mainlines – Repared Or New Line Installed
Old Well Pump – Replacing and Restoring System
Pressure Tank – Repaired, Replacement or New Installation
Pressure Switch – Troubleshoot, repair or replace
Deep Well Pump – Repair or replace pump
Troubleshoot Electrical Wiring – Discover wiring problems
Water Meter Leak Test – Identify Leaks
Re-Piping – Restore Old Deep Well Pump System
Relocate Deep Well Pump System – Indetify bad parts and replace to kick start back old system
Irrigation Sprinkler System Pump – Repair, Replacement or Installation
EMERGENCY 24/7 SAME DAY WATER RESTORING GUARANTEE
The best pumps on the market
The submersible pumps we install are among the best systems you can find. These units are made from high grade stainless steel and are available for 3 inch, 4 inch and larger wells.
About our Irrigation Well Pump Repairs?
Professional Irrigation Pump Repair
We offer the most comprehensive and highest quality irrigation pump repair services in the region. We have over three decades of experience in repairing such pumps in homes, farms, businesses, government locations and other facilities.
Some irrigation pump issues may not be visible as the system continues to function. Issues become more noticeable at the time of efficiency loss or a complete shutdown of the irrigation system.
Is ACS-Irrigation® in your area?
Is As Florida’s #1 service care company, ACS-Irrigation® is known for great expert services with remarkable customer services. And now, we’re kicking it up a notch by expanding our expertise to central Florida closer to your area. Our ongoing maintenance services our warranted sprinkler repair service will help you reduce cost, conserve water and keep your lawn looking awesome all year round.
All Types of Irrigation Pumps?
Centrifugal Pump – Centrifugal pumps are very common in irrigation systems, especially those ranging from 1.5 hp to 30 hp. They pull water from its source and ensure its smooth transfer throughout the system.
Submersible Pump – A submersible pump is positioned entirely underwater. Even the sealed motor is submersed, pushing the water out of its source and to the surface. These pumps are ideal for applications where a lot of water and minimal noise are required.
Booster Pump – Booster pumps are typically a part of highly pressurized irrigation systems. The system may even have more than one booster pump, allowing for continuous water pressure.
Our team is qualified and fully capable of repairing or replacing every type of irrigation pump.
Troubleshooting a well pump?
Deep well pumps also known as ‘Submersible’ pumps use a pressure tank that draws water along a single pipe that is connecting the well and the home. These pumps are installed below the waterline in the well. So because they are underground and underwater, must be pulled from the well if there is any kind of repairs that is needed to done. They actually have fewer problems than the type of pumps that are used for shallow wells (Jet pump).
How to troubleshoot your pump and or complete repairs?
- The deep well (submersible) pump must be removed from the well before it can be repaired.
- Turn off the power and disconnect switch. Remove the well cap, disconnect the pit less adapter and pull up the pipe, electric cable and pump and any piping associated to it from the well.
- Visually inspect the pump and then carry out electrical and mechanical tests to find which particular component of the pump is damaged.
- In a situation where you notice that the pump is dry, it means the pump is actually not well submerged into the well. You will need to add pipe to place the pump deeper into the well.
- If the mechanical damage is caused by debris in the well, that kind of damage can be fixed by replacing the casing of the pump. And in case if the tail pipe is clogged with debris, it can be freed.
- In situation whereby the problem is with the impeller. Use a screwdriver to turn the motor to be sure if the impeller turns freely. If that does not happen, open the case of the impeller and remove any form of obstructions. Also check the impeller for cracks if there is any damage to the impeller itself, the whole impeller unit should be replaced.
- Remove the electric motor cover from where the cable enters the motor. One of the cable wires is connected to the starting capacitor. If when testing the multi-meter and the needle does not jump, or if the meter reads zero resistance, the capacitor itself must be replaced.
- After all the testing has been done, reassemble the repaired unit and lower the pump and its accompanying pipe back into the well. Ensure the pit-less adapter engages when the pump is in position.
ACS Irrigation encourages that to always work with an experienced well pump service technicians as you will be working with high voltage ac 120 or 220 volts with 15 to 30 amps – dangerous and lethal. If you have any questions or concern were here happy to help just call us at (813) 575-2271. Thank you for reading!
Well Pump Repairs
Diagnosing the pump problems can save you money. Sometime the start switch, capacitor, or bad connection can be the root cause of the problem. Consider all the variable with us before you replace your pump.
Time To Repair Your Well Pump?
Ignoring your electric problem with your pump will cause irreversible problems. Red flag signs that need immediate attention;
- No Water Flow from Faucets
- Poor to Zero Water Pressure
- Constantly Running Water Pump
Pump Repair Leaks
Irrigation valves are the heart of the lawn sprinkler system. They could cause many problems, low pressure, constant water flow small leaks, and can even shut down your water supply. We always make sure they are performing at 100%.
Complete Irrigation Solutions
Where Your Needs Is First Priority
At ACS Irrigation, you’re not just another customer. You’re our Florida neighbor. We deliver services expecting a great relationship with our customers, servicing you to the next level. From delivering complete irrigation options that will meet your expectation. Our pump repair experts handle each project with a focus to get you options and deliver the service at a competitive rate. You deserve clear upfront cost with options to make the best cost effective choice.
Our well pump experts can solve any pump system problem. Rest assured you will receive the best cost-effective pump repair solution that are built to last. Most of the time, any problems that owners experience with their wells or water can be remedied by professionals. We offer several great repair service that include many types of well pumps. Give us call to generate a quote for you! Call (813) 575-2271 or fill out our online form!
We’ll Restore Your Water—Immediately!
Pumps suddenly fail without warning. However if you notice loss of pressure, hear a weird noise coming from the pump. It’s time to have it looked by a technician. Should your water stop and then start again is another sign of possible pump failure. Pumps generally last many years based on the brand and installation.
Complete Well Pump Repairs;
- Constant pressure systems
- Submersible pumps
- Pump motors
- General repairs
How long does it take to repair your well pump?
The time will vary between 4- 8 hours depending on the set up. However within a half and hour we will have clear understanding how to solve your problem.
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