For being the most abundant substance on earth, a lot can go wrong with water—especially if you depend on an outdated, poorly-maintained or faulty pump system. What happens if you mysteriously run out of water (especially when you have a head full of shampoo)? Is your water pressure embarrassingly low? Are you facing dirty water or other problems?
You need expert help and you need it fast. Sometimes there’s no telling when a well emergency will pop up, although if Murphy’s Law is in effect, you can bet that it will be at the most inopportune time. Whether you need some routine maintenance or immediate help, Mike Zimmerman Well Service specializes in all things well—to keep you living well.
The Guessing Game
Many people try a DIY approach to fix their well, and that’s tantamount to signing up for disaster. Qualified professionals have the equipment, knowledge and experience to best handle, repair and maintain your well. However, before tapping into their inner handyman, most people try to figure out what’s wrong. The short answer? It could be just about anything.
A lack of water could be a an electrical issue, a blocked filter, or broken wire pump—and this is just the beginning of the possibilities. The list continues to grow as you add other potential problems into the mix.
In Good Hands
When you need well repair or emergency service, you need a professional that’s licensed in Utah or Wyoming with a contractor license, along with all of the necessary qualifications and insurance. Some stellar references and testimonials seal the deal. No matter what, don’t panic. The experts are just a phone call away.
If you need a new well pump, the Z Team carries a complete line of the highest quality pumps from STA-RITE, Franklin Electric, and Grundfos. They will work with you to determine which brand and size is the best option for your unique needs. These constant pressure pumps offer you the convenience of city-like pressure right from your taps.