Water Well Pump Systems
One-Stop Shop For Water Well Pumps and Repairs
We need to speak with you and fully understand your problem so we can find a solution that fits just right. Call us to schedule an apointment to assess the situation.
Once we understand how to best solve your particular problem, we will install the right pump system and conduct the proper testing to make sure it’s ready to take care of business.
Even the best pumps will run into problems eventually. We are always ready and willing to come out and take care of any malfunction that may occur. Save our number so you have it in case of emergencies.
Every pump system will work better and last much longer when it is properly maintained. We know each pump and what it requires so we’ll schedule proactive maintenance to ensure it keeps working all the time.
How does the whole process work?
Reach out to us and tell us what you’re trying to do. We’ll share our knowledge and experience and help you understand your options. Once you’ve decided on the right course of action, we will come out and install the pump and give you instructions on how to operate it and maintain it. If special maintenance is required, we’ll schedule that as well.
- Buy the right water pump for your needs.
- Have us install the new pump on your property.
- Understand how to operate and maintain your pump.
- Enjoy a steady flow of water for decades to come.
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When you need to pump some water but you don’t have any electricity or other mode of power, a solar pump might be just what you need. A solar pump uses the power of the sun to generate electricity via a solar panel so your pump can operate independently and reliably.
Solar pumps are a common choice for situations where traditional methods of power are unavailable or when economics or environmental impact play a strong role in your considerations. They can be used when wind energy just isn’t cutting it or when you want to supplement traditional methods of power your pump such as grid electricity and petroleum.
A solar pump is made up of but a few components:
- Solar Panel
The solar panel generates the electricity and the controller feeds the right amount of power to run the pump for proper operation. The controller also protects the pump system in case of a low power situation that could compromise the integrity of the pump over time.
In some cases a take is also required to store the water for later use. If the pump needs power when there is no sunlight, a battery can be added to the system that charges during the day and operates the pump at night. At MPI we will help you identify the proper configuration for your system so you can relax and know things are working correctly.
If your pump is pulling water out of the ground to be stored for later use, you will need a water storage tank added to the system.
The most common situations that call for a solar pump are:
- Pumping drinking water to a dwelling that is off-grid.
- Pumping drinking water for livestock or irrigation.
- Environmental impact is a primary concern of the owner.
- The solar power acts as a backup to a main source of energy.
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If you think a solar pump might be right for you, give us a call so we can come out and assess the situation. If a solar pump is what you need, we can provide you with the optimal system for your needs, install it, and maintain it in the future. Call today at…