House pumps, Submersible pumps, pressure tanks and water softeners. All of these are essential to keep working, so you can have water. When you go to your kitchen or bathroom faucet, does it even occur to you that water might not come out? If one of the pumps doesn’t turn on, then you won’t have water. Since Fall is upon us, the leaves are starting to fall. One thing you should do is to keep the leaves and debris clear of the pump and pressure switch. One of the most common reasons for having no water and the pump not turning on, is the pressure switch could not make contact with the points inside the pressure switch. What we find a lot of times is the area around the pressure switch is full of leaves and debris, making this an ideal habitat for ants. The ants love to crawl into the pressure switch and when the points close they are in between them and they get electrocuted and die. This makes the points dirty and they cannot make contact to turn the pump on. So the moral of the story is to keep it clean and clear. Then when you turn your faucet on this Fall, you may not get that sinking feeling, when nothing comes out.
Also, since this is Fall in Florida, I’m quite sure some of you will have house guests from the North. We can help you make sure that the Plumbing in your home is ready for the additional load. It is better to be prepared than to be surprised. Why not have your Plumbing system checked by your Sarasota Plumber? It may save you the agony of having no water or not being able to flush.
Perhaps the quality of your water is becoming a concern to you. Wimpy’s Dependable Plumbing is an expert in water filtration, water softening and water conditioning. We can build a system to fit your exact needs. Not just any Plumber in Sarasota is an expert on water. House pumps, Submersible pumps, pressure tanks and water softners is in are field of expertise.
No water happens at the most inconvenient time. We are available 24/7. Just call 941-322-1911 or schedule on line at www.Loveyourplumber.com. We have been serving the Sarasota/Bradenton areas for over forty three years.