Sump Pumps & Well Pumps

Portland Sump & Well Pump Service

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Have you dealt with ongoing wetness problems in your basement? Has your water recently tasted funny or looked strange? If this sounds familiar, a new well pump or an upgraded sump pump could be the solution you have been looking for. 

Well pumps provide water to your home, while sump pumps are an extremely effective way to protect your property and belongings from devastating water damage. At Pine State Services, we are backed by 25 years of professional sump and well pump service in Portland. 

Our highly trained technicians provide repairs and replacements, and will always do everything in their power to make sure you get the right equipment for your home. We even offer two-year parts and labor warranties on all installations, so you can trust us to provide the best Portland sump pumps and well pumps available.

Let our plumbing pros put your pump problem to an end. For expert repair and replacement services in Cumberland and York County, call (207) 747-1210 or send us a message online now!

Who Fixes Sump Pumps?

Sump pump repair and installation services are typically done by a plumber or a licensed electrician. An experienced plumber can diagnose and repair any plumbing-related issues, while an electrician can diagnose and repair any electrical-related issues with your sump pump or well pump in Portland, ME. If your sump pump is in need of repair, don’t hesitate to reach out to the experienced team at Pine State Services as soon as possible.

What Is a Sump Pump?

A sump pump is a device that sits at the bottom of a pit in your basement or crawlspace that transfers excess water back outside, where it belongs. This helps significantly reduce the risk of water damage to the underground parts of your home.

Excess water can be caused by rainfall, melting snow, and more. When the water level gets too high, a sump pump will automatically pump the excess water away from your property and into a drainage area.

If you have noticed that your sump pump is not running like it used to, it may be time for a repair or replacement. If, for some reason, your property does not have a sump pump, you can also count on Pine State for a great deal on installation.

Sump Pump Repair & Replacement Services in Portland

Many homes in Portland, ME and across Cumberland and York County are susceptible to flooding. Sump pumps provide great protection against this kind of disaster, allowing you to have peace of mind during storms, downpours, and other extreme weather events. 

Signs You Need Sump Pump Repair or Replacement

Signs of sump pump failure include:

  • Strange noises
  • Excessive vibrating
  • Constant running
  • Irregular cycling
  • Motor failure
  • Visible rust
  • Seven years or older
  • Frequent power outages

At Pine State Services, our experienced technicians can help you determine the condition of your current sump pump ASAP. Repairing or replacing your system is crucial to the protection of your home, so do not hesitate to call for service if you suspect something is wrong. Trust us, the last thing you want is to end up with a non-working sump pump when severe weather strikes.

What Is a Well Pump?

Your well pump provides you with fresh water for cooking, cleaning, and drinking. Well pumps move water from a well into a tank, where it’s compressed with air to create pressure. When you turn on your faucet, this pressure forces water through your pipes and into your home.

Well Pump Services in Portland

Without a functioning well pump, you may not be able to get the water you need for your daily routine. This is why it’s important to call a professional plumber at the first signs of a problem. At Pine State Services, we offer Portland well pump repair and replacement with the latest products and technology. Give us a call today for fast and efficient service, and keep your water flowing no matter what.

Signs You May Need Well Pump Repair

Signs you have a well pump problem include:

  • Lack of power: If your water well pump isn’t working, it may not have power. Check your circuit breaker to see if it has been tripped. If it hasn’t, you may need to hire a professional to diagnose this electrical problem.
  • Too much pressure: Your well pump tank should have a switch, designed to protect your property if too much pressure gets built up. If this switch trips, you should be able to reset it to get the well pump working again. If this doesn’t solve the problem, call a plumber.
  • Discolored or Strange-Smelling/Tasting Water: If the water in your home looks, tastes, or smells funny, you may need to treat the well and well pump. Call our professionals at Pine State Services to quickly diagnose the problem, and determine if you need pump repair or replacement.
  • A Pump That Won’t Stop Running: Your well pump should not run constantly. If your well pump won’t stop running, your electric bills are likely to rise significantly. Call our plumbers if this is happening in your home, since a well pump that runs continuously is often a sign that your equipment is not able to build sufficient pressure.

Schedule Your Portland Sump Pump or Well Pump Service Today

Water and electricity are a dangerous combination that can result in serious injury, or even death. That’s why if you are experiencing an issue with your water well pump or sump pump system, it’s always best to call a professional to resolve the problem for you. 

Our licensed plumbers have the knowledge, tools, and experience to repair or replace your pump safely and effectively. We offer special coupons, so you can afford our industry-leading services regardless of your budget. And with 24/7 emergency repairs, there’s no such thing as a bad time to contact the plumbing pros at Pine State Services.

Why wait—call Pine State! Dial (207) 747-1210 now to schedule your free sump pump or well pump installation estimate, or click here to send a message to our comfort advisers online.


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