When it comes to well pumps, both constant pressure systems and traditional pump systems can meet your needs. However, there are distinct differences between the two. Just like with any appliance in your home, it’s best to be aware of the advantages and disadvantages of all your options prior to making a purchase. Below, we have provided a simple guide to help you make a decision that’s right for you.

Constant Pressure Systems

If you’re searching for the most up-to-date pressure pump, a constant pressure system is the best of the best. While a traditional water pump can certainly meet your needs, constant pressure systems go above and beyond to eliminate issues and inconveniences. While it is the pricier option, it includes plenty of benefits:

  • Constant, reliable water pressure. Traditional systems, while fully functional, can only pump up to 15 gallons per minute. In comparison, constant pressure systems can pump up to 45 gallons per minute. This means that if you’re washing dishes while someone else in your household is taking a shower, neither of you will experience a severe fluctuation in water pressure. The sensors in these systems are quiet, highly precise and adjust quickly.
  • Lower the size of your water tank. Constant pressure systems operate without a pressure tank. So, you will be able to save space in your home.
  • Less maintenance. This kind of system “soft starts” your well pump. Over time, this helps prevent damage to the inner workings and mechanics of your well pump. You’ll find that these systems don’t require quite as much upkeep as a result and may increase the life of your pump.
  • State-of-the-art diagnostics. Any system in your home that contains more up-to-date technology will function better. A constant pressure system includes complex, highly refined diagnostic systems to assist it in running efficiently.

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Traditional Well Pumps

Traditional well pumps might not include all the bells and whistles, but they work well and many owners will be happy with the results. Smaller households that don’t require much daily water usage may prefer traditional well pumps. If some fluctuations in pressure aren’t too bothersome, you’ll find that traditional pumps are just as dependable, like:

  • Cost-efficiency. Simply put, traditional pumps are inexpensive compared to constant pressure systems. Most people prefer to upgrade, and a higher demand hikes up the price of newer technology. However, an older system can run just as well.

Our Well Pump Services

At Atlantic Blue Water Services, we know how important your well pump is to your home water supply. That is why our experienced technicians are on-hand to install, maintain and monitor your pump. If you are currently concerned with how your well pump is functioning and you’re wondering if it’s time for a new system, here are a few questions to ask yourself:

  • Is your pump cycling on and off frequently?
  • Is your pump running continuously or not turning on?
  • Is your home water pressure decreasing, or fluctuating dramatically?
  • Is there no water running in your home, even if the pump seems to be on?

If you’re answering yes to these questions, contact us today and we can help you resolve the issue. We’ve got your back!

Are You Concerned About Well Water Contaminants?

We know you’re busy and have plenty on your plate. Adding an annual water test to your to-do list is an easy, hassle-free thing to accomplish and EPA recommends testing your well water annually.  With our specialists, you can always count on kind, reliable service and highly effective solutions. Call us at (410) 840-2583 to schedule your annual water test.

Learn More about Pump Systems with Atlantic Blue Water Services 

We provide water treatment and water softening solutions for homeowners that want a cleaner water supply and water that is free from hazardous carcinogens that can contribute to increased cancer risk, for both Well and Municipal water. We’re also focused on providing additional education on water treatment, water quality, and issues associated with water contaminants. Call us at (410) 840-2583 to schedule your in-home water testing appointment today.