If you use a water pump for any reason, keeping this important equipment in good shape is always a necessity. When your pump stops working, it can halt your routine activities, prevent other equipment from working properly, and potentially cause expensive repairs. Fortunately, regular pump service will keep any major concerns from occurring. Here are a few of the warning signs you should schedule pump service at your facility:
- Noise – There is a difference between the normal, healthy whir of a working pump and the pump being so noisy it drowns out other sounds. If your pump seems to be growing louder by the minute, it’s time to call for pump servicing.
- Leaking – Your water pump is designed to pump water from one location to another, but if you are experiencing a leak, then it is obviously not doing its job. This could also be affecting the surrounding equipment. Call for pump service sooner rather than later.
- Tripped Breakers – Sometimes pump service is required when your water pump isn’t drawing on its power circuit like it should. There could be a power overload or some electrical malfunction that causes your breakers to trip, which indicates that your pump needs attention.
- Faulty Mechanisms – There are several working components that are part of your water pump, and at any time, you could have something faulty cause your pump to stop working efficiently. A professional technician can provide a pump service that will get to the bottom of the issue and provide solutions.
At Pat’s Pump & Blower, we offer pump service solutions for a variety of commercial and industrial applications. From golf courses to city water pumps and high-pressure water pumps, we can address your servicing needs. Contact us today if you have questions about your water pump or our pump service options.