If your property relies on well water from a drilled well, you know how essential your submersible well pump is to your daily life. Instead of being able to rely on city infrastructure to ensure you have a consistent supply of fresh, potable water, you’ll have to rely on the equipment you have on your property.
In the video posted here, the host of the video dealt with a failed submersible well pump on his own without contacting a contractor.
He runs his property as a homestead, so he is used to fixing household equipment on his own.
He starts by opening the well and removing the failed well pump and inspecting it. Realistically, while you can repair a failed submersible well pump, you need to ensure you have access to reliable water. Generally, for a DIY well pump fix, your best option is to replace the pump. This will ensure that you have access to water for as long as possible after the project is over.
To learn how to install a new submersible well pump on your own in a drilled well, be sure to watch the video in full and to check out other resources on the topic. When you feel ready to take on the project, you can do it with confidence.