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Well Pump Services

Local Well Pump Repair & Services


Serving Langley, Aldergove, Cloverdale, Fort Langley, Glen Valley, Langley Township, Surrey,
Walnut Grove, White Rock, Tsawwassen, Ladner, Delta, Richmond and Burnaby


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Langley Well Pump Service Area:

Serving Langley, Aldergove, Cloverdale, Fort Langley, Glen Valley,
 Langley Township, Surrey, Walnut Grove, White Rock,
Tsawwassen, Ladner, Delta, Richmond and Burnaby


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Langley Well Pump & Well Pump Repairs Services

Langley Well Pump Services

Langley Well Pump Services offers a full-scope of quality water well pump services including residential, commercial or agriculture requirements serving Langley, Aldergove, Cloverdale, Fort Langley, Glen Valley, Langley Township, Surrey, Walnut Grove, White Rock, Tsawwassen, Ladner, Delta, Richmond & Burnaby

Langley Well Pump Services operates fully stocked service vehicles along with certified water well pump experts and water well pump repair department.

We offer QUICK and dependable service for emergency well pump repairs, if you are having pump problems or your water has suddenly quit you may just need a simple well pump repair.

Langley Well Pump Maintenance and Well Pump Repair Services

Well pump just quit? Well pump pressure tank problems in Langley?

Our Complete Langley Water System Repair Services Include:

  • Langley Water Pump Repairs – Well Pump Replacement
  • Flow Testing and Water System Troubleshooting
  • Piping, Manifold and Valve Cleaning or Water Valve Replacement
  • Electrical Component Inspections and Upgrades
  • Water Filtration System Repairs – Home Water Treatment
  • Water Softener Testing, Cycle Checks, Automation, Repairs
  • Water Testing Kits, Cistern Inspections, Water Storage Tank Systems
  • Well Shock Chlorination, Disinfection & Water Well Rehabilitation 
  • Langley Catastrophe Emergencies 24/7!

For QUICK well pump service and well pump repairs in Langley call us today at  778-860-4220 or request a FREE online Langley well pump estimate.

Langley Well Pump Cost

The well pump cost in Langley is based on a few factors, the first would be the type of water well pump, the depth of the water well where the well pump will be installed, the well pump size and required well pump components will also be a consideration when determining the a well pump cost in Langley.  Accurate information about your Langley water well such as location, depth and well yield needs to be available.

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Replacing a shallow well jet pump is generally less costly than replacing a submersible well pump for either residential or irrigation purposes.  Replacing a malfunctioning water well pump is important, especially if the well is your primary water source.

Average Cost to Replace a Well Pump in Langley

The average cost to replace a well pump in Langley will typically be within a range of $800.00 and $2,300 or higher.  A shallow well pump costs is less and typically cost $1,000 or more, deep well pump installations costs need to be determined by the depth and other specific water well information.  Most water well pumps in Langley can retail between $600.00 and $2500.00 or more.

Request a FAST online well pump estimate from Langley Well Pump Services.


Call Before You Dig!

Whether you are drilling a well or preparing to dig on a property in Langley, even in the remote areas, Call Before You Dig!

One call from the contractor or homeowner with a dig project starts a process that ends with knowing where any underground facilities are buried on the property.

BC ONE CALL: 1-800-474-6886

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Walnut Grove, White Rock, Tsawwassen, Ladner, Delta, Richmond and Burnaby

langley Well Pump FAQ

A: The three most common types of pumps used in water distribution are:

  • Velocity pumps (centrifugal, turbine)
  • Submersible well pumps
  • Positive displacement pumps
  • Velocity type pumps use a spinning impeller to move the water.
  • Velocity pumps can run with a closed discharge valve for short periods of time.

A: Description of centrifugal pumps

  • The major components of the centrifugal pump are the motor, the impeller, and the volute.
  • The motor spins the impeller at a high-speed causing water to be drawn into the pump and sped up. (low pressure)
  • The volute catches the fast-flowing water and directs it out of the pump while slowing down. (higher pressure)
  • Centrifugal pumps require positive pressure (primed) at the inlet and check valve at the outlet to prevent the pump from spinning backwards from water flowing back.
  • Centrifugal pumps can operate all day.
  • Rotating impeller inside casing. Shaft holds impeller and bearings support shaft.
  • Can operate against closed downstream valve – impeller simply spins in liquid.
  • Many different types.
  • Impeller-water enters at eye, pressure increases through centrifugal spin, leaves through vanes/blades

While few water wells may flow at land surface under artesian pressure, most water wells will require some type of water pumping system to lift the water. Almost all the most common and best water well pumps are centrifugal in design, using spiral impellers to push or pull water up & out of the water well.

One of the most common of these water pumps are the above-ground centrifugal, this is where the pump motor and pump sit at or near the well. Centrifugal pumps are capable of pumping large quantities of water, but generally they cannot lift water from depths more than 25 ft.

Deeper water wells with with relatively low discharge requirements, such as domestic wells, often use submersible well pumps.  There are many different submersible pumps and sizes, it’s important to install a water pumping system designed to work with the specs of the water well.

Submersible well pumps are attached directly above the motor and the entire submersible well pump is suspended near the bottom on the well. Wells with deep water levels used for large quantities of water often use turbine pumps. Turbine pumps have the motors sitting on top of the well with a long shaft turning the impellers deep below the surface.

The largest submersible well pump that can fit into a 6” diameter well is a 5 HP, 4” diameter well pump capable of pumping up to 100 GPM.

If more than 100 GPM is required for irrigation or commercial purposes, it’s recommended to increase the diameter of the to 8” or greater.

A: The parts of a centrifugal pump are as follows:

  • Impeller – takes the water and spins it into the volute and then discharge
  • Volute – spiral casing changes flow from velocity to pressure
  • Shaft – impeller is installed on
  • Sleeves – protect the shaft from wear
  • Bearings – allows for rotation of the shaft
  • Coupling – join shaft to motor
  • Casing (volute) – outside container of impeller and shaft.
  • Wear rings prevent internal leakage and are made from metal that will “wear out” before the casing or the shaft.

Stuffing box keeps air out of the centrifugal pump

  • Air can cause loss of suction and pumping
  • Stuffing box packing and tightening gland or chemical seal. Stagger packing cut ends around the shaft when replacing

A: End suction centrifugal pumps are:

  • Horizontal or vertical mounted.
  • Water enters the pump suction at the end of the pump and flows into the eye of the impeller. Single and suction pumps have only one impeller that is not adjustable, unlike vertical turbine pumps which can have multiple impellers and can be adjustable.
  • There are two sets of ball bearings supporting the pump shaft.
  • The packing boxes lubricated by water that is allowed to drip and drain to waste.

A: Horizontal split case pumps are:

  • Single suction pump is common type in municipal pump stations.
  • water enters on suction side on both sides of impeller.
  • Top half of casing easily removed for maintenance.

A: Axle flow centrifugal pumps are:

  • Also called propeller pumps (shape of impeller).
  • For high volumes of water but limited head.
  • Impeller is always submerged

A: Mixed flow centrifugal pumps are:

  • Part centrifugal and axle style design impeller.
  • Still large flow with more head.
  • Common for raw water intake pumps that may have some solids.

A: Vertical turbine pumps are:

  • These are multistage centrifugal pumps that are generally used in a wet well or can assembly they can also be used in deep wells.
  • Impellers are added to the shaft to increase the pressure head of the pump. The more stages you have, the higher you can pump the water.

A: Submersible pumps are:

  • Submersible pumps are centrifugal pumps with multiple stages that are completely submerged in water.
  • These pumps are capable of lifting water great heights.
  • Inlets screens are integral to submersible pumps as they are easily damaged by sand or dirt.
  • A submersible pump motor is kept cool by the water the unit is submerged in.
  • There is normally a moisture detector protecting the motor.

A: Water hammer occurs when starting or stopping, water pumps may cause a violent hammer or surge pressure to move down the waterline. This can damage the water system and controls should be put in place to prevent water hammer.

Surge control valves or water pump slow start controls are commonly used for the problem of water hammer.

  • All centrifugal type pumps require priming to remove air before starting the pump. The foot valves and check valves should be used with these pumps to hold the prime when the pump stops.
  • Running centrifugal pumps dry will cause damage to the centrifugal pump components.
  • If the centrifugal pump is primed it will create a small suction lift to a maximum theory at a coal level of 10.4 m. In reality, this lift is generally only 5 to 8 m.

A: Positive Displacement Pumps Are:

  • Positive displacement pumps use pulsing action to suck water into a chamber and then force it out the other end.

Positive Displacement Pump Types Include:

  • Solenoid Operated Pumps
  • Piston Pumps
  • Peristaltic Pumps
  • positive displacement pumps require check valves on both ends to ensure pumping action. This also allows these pumps to create a suction lift.
  • Positive displacement pumps are used for chemical metering purposes as they can accurately pump a no-win volume of material.

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