Well / Irrigation Pumps and Services in Logan, Utah
Well And Irrigation Pump Services In Southern Idaho and Northern Utah
Well Pump Services
Well pumps are a crucial part of your new water source. They are there to move water from your well into your home and if they are not installed or maintained properly, they can start to cause a lot of different problems in your household.
MPI Water Solutions has the latest equipment, expertise, and years of experience to help you install, repair, or maintain your well pump system.
Efficient well systems need high-quality well pumps that can efficiently pump large amounts of water into your home and throughout your house. Unfortunately, well pumps can sometimes stop working way too early if they are not installed or maintained properly.
Whether you need to install or repair your well pump, irrigation pump, or water conditioning system in your home, MPI Water Solutions is here to assist you. Our technicians have years of experience installing, repairing, and maintaining well pumps. We can also take care of any well pump upgrades or the acquisition of well pumps and parts for your home or business.
Irrigation Pump Services
- Centrifugal pumps,
- Submersible pumps,
- Sump pumps,
- Turbine pumps,
- Jet pumps,
- And more…
If you are a farmer or a gardener that needs to irrigate fields of crops or just a yard, we are here to design and drill your irrigation well or set up an irrigation pump system that will efficiently drag the water from the water source to provide the water for your crops.
We will provide an irrigation system designed specifically for your needs, whether you need to pump 5 or 1500+ gallons per minute.
If you want to relieve some stress of your primary well and prevent it from going dry in the future, we recommend you dig and install a new independent irrigation well. Contact MPI Water Solutions and our technicians will determine the best type of well for your needs.
Test Your Drinking Water
The National Ground Water Association (NGWA) recommends well owners to test their well water at least once a year for bacteria, nitrates or any other contaminants.
You should consider more frequent testing if you experience:
- The change in the taste, odor, or the color of the well water.
- Any problems such as a broken well cap, flooding, a new contamination source, etc.
- A history of bacterial contamination in your well.
- Recent septic system malfunctions.
- Recurrent incidents of gastrointestinal illness in residents.
The quality of a water source can change in days, weeks, or months. Changes can sometimes be difficult to notice, especially when the water doesn’t look or taste different.
Your private well water supply may not be as safe as you think it is. Reach out to MPI Water Solutions and we will get your water tested for you.
Solar Pump Services
Solar pumps are a common choice for situations where traditional methods of power are unavailable or when economics or environmental impact plays 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 powering your pump such as grid electricity and petroleum.
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.
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.
House Water Pumps
Low-pressure water can be really annoying. Have you ever tried to take a shower, only to find out that there is not enough pressure in the pipes for any water to come out? Domestic water pumps are there to fix this issue by increasing low water pressure and flow.
These pumps can provide the extra boost you need to bring your water pressure to the desired level. Here are some common factors that cause low pressure:
- Gravity (Gravity can either drive up the water flow or slow it down. If the water has to travel uphill or to the higher floors in the building, the gravity wants to send it back down.)
- The distance from the source of water (If your home is at the end of the water supply line, the flow of water will probably become weaker by the time it reaches you.)
- Low water pressure in the city (Low water flow can also be caused by the low-pressure pumps at your local water plant.)
- Problems with the plumbing (Blocked pipes or calcium deposits inside of the pipes are also one of many reasons why your home has low water pressure.)
Water Well Rehabilitation
A successful well rehabilitation will maximize the flow of water from the well. It’s an efficient way to get your well to start working like it’s been drilled yesterday, but it’s necessary to do this before the well starts to really become dry.
You need to frequently maintain your well in order to have good water flow and safe water for your home. Your wells also need to be inspected every year for any signs of damage or contaminated water.
Rehabilitating and repairing an older well is much cheaper and easier than drilling a whole new water well. MPI Water Solutions has years of experience rehabilitating the older wells, bringing them to good working condition.
Water usually goes through a lot of different stages of treatment before it gets to you. Even though your local city has water treatment measures in place that are meant to ensure that you receive clean water in your storage tank and pipes, most of the time it’s not in the condition you desire it to be.
Water conditioning solutions are here to address the biggest problems that are currently present in most drinking water sources: hard water and contaminants. Hard water is the water that contains a lot of minerals. These minerals can cause some health problems and they are the reason why your clothes are scratchy after washing and why those stains appear on your water-based appliances.
They can also cause other, plumbing related problems by laying calcium deposits inside of your pipes and by slowly damaging your water-based appliances, reducing their life span.
MPI Water Solutions offers various water treatment solutions to help you deal with hard water and dangerous contaminants that could otherwise pose a risk to your health.
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About Logan, UT
Logan city is located in Cache County, Utah. The 2010 census recorded a population of 48,174 people in Logan. It’s estimated that Logan had the population of 51,542 in 2018. Logan is the county seat of Cache County and the principal city of the Logan metropolitan area, which includes Cache County and Franklin County.
Logan was declared by Morgan Quitno in 2005 and 2007 to be the safest in the United States in those years. Logan is also the location of the main campus of Utah State University. The town of Logan was founded in 1859 by settlers sent by Brigham Young to survey for the site of a fort near the banks of the Logan River.
They named their new community “Logan” for Ephraim Logan, an early fur trapper in the area. Logan is in northern Utah, 47 miles north of Ogden, on the Logan River. It is about 82 miles north of Salt Lake City.
All water sources are subject to potential contamination that can come in form of microbes, chemicals or radioactive materials. Any water contains at least some amount of contaminants, including the bottled water, but this doesn’t mean that water is unsafe to drink.
Contaminated water can be more dangerous for some people than it would be for general population, such as: people with cancer, people who have had organ transplants, people with immune disorders, etc.
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Logan frequently monitors the amount of contaminants in local water to make sure that everything is in accordance with Federal and United States laws.