Submersible well pumps replaced
Pitless Adapter installs to protect surface pipes from freezing
Frost-Free Yard Hydrants
New drills plus re-entry of existing wells estimated
Pipe insulation installation
WE PLUG & ABANDON WELLS (P & A service)
Excavating Company P & A
Real property inspections
fishing tools for pump parts, wire, etc.
video camera inspections
WELL SERVICE IN SA Metro and surrounding towns.
TDLR 58049LWP . Phillip Forney PG licensed driller, pump installer
& supervisor of all work performed.
Water Well Service
TDLR Lic. 58049
Tank Switches for water storage tank control of your well:
2 types of switches are available but you need to know the difference for your storage tank application.
1) A Pump Up Float Switch, also known as 'Normally Closed', opens the circuit on the rise and is typically used to turn the pump off when the float is in the up position. So, a pump could be set to turn off when the water level in the storage tank reaches a predetermined high level. Therefore, a pump up float switch is often used to fill a water tank.
2) A Pump Down Float Switch, also known as 'Normally Open', closes the circuit on the rise and is typically used to turn the pump off when the float is in the down position. So, a pump could be set to turn off when the water level in the storage tank reaches a predetermined low level. Therefore, a pump down float switch is often used to empty a water tank.
The terms ‘Normally Open’ and ‘Normally Closed’ are often used to describe float switches.
• Normally Open = Pump Down
• Normally Closed = Pump Up
Pump Savers & Alarms
and other brands
Duplex pump switches are available to insure you have a back up pump if one pump fails.