Regardless of whether you use a septic tank or a city water line, you expect clean water to be ready at the tap when you need it and wastewater to be removed quickly and efficiently. Reliable and well-maintained water pumps
are the key to modern indoor plumbing regardless of where that water is coming from or going to.
Don't go another minute without a reliable water well system. Your family's health depends on it. At Andover Pump Co.
, we are the pump experts and we will do the job right the first time. Our trained technicians are well qualified to install, replace, service and repair any type of pump. We have extensive knowledge of all types of water pumps, including submersible water pumps
, sump pumps
, septic pumps
and well pumps
A submersible water pump
(or sub pump, electric submersible pump (ESP)) is completely submerged in the fluid to be pumped. The main advantage of this type of pump is that it prevents pump cavitation, a problem associated with a high elevation difference between a pump and the fluid surface. Submersible pumps push fluid to the surface as opposed to jet pumps having to pull fluids.
If your home is prone to flooding or you have a regular buildup of water in your basement or around your foundation, you may need a sump pump
. When surface or ground water, roof drainage, or flooding from storms collects, a sump pump effectively removes that water and transfers it away from your home. We install, maintain and repair sump pumps to keep water where it's supposed to be.
Indoor plumbing is a wonderful thing, but only when wastewater is effectively transferred away from your home. Sewage blockages and backups could be caused by a malfunctioning septic pump
. Whether you use a septic tank or a city sewage line, a well-functioning septic pump is critical to your health and safety.
We carry the right well pump
for your water table regardless of depth. Ground wells in areas boasting a stable, potable water supply near the surface call for a shallow well pump, while a deep well pump can draw from water tables up to 1200 feet deep. A submersible well pump can be a more effective solution for pushing greater volumes of pressurized water up from within a deep well, outperforming above-ground deep well pumps with the same size motor.