Water Well Services
No water or lost water pressure? Let one of our friendly well drilling specialists help today with all your water pump and water well repair needs.
Geo Tech specializes in creating lasting groundwater wells for homes throughout Minnesota and North Dakota. Our well drilling specialists have mastered their craft over several decades of shared experience. They can perceive just what your land requires at a glance. Our drills represent the best and most current equipment our industry has to offer. Therefore, you can expect fast and thorough work from us. View the life-cycle of a water well here.
Well Drilling Experts
We back our well drilling expertise with our proficiency in the technology that wells require to remain effective. Whether you are opting for a standard or a newer constant pressure system in your well or would like help understanding either type’s merits, we are standing by to give you the best our business has to offer.
Water PUMP SERVICE & REPAIR
We provide repairs and service on all demands needed to work properly. The following are only a few of the areas within our domain. If you are uncertain about what is causing your water pump to not operate properly, send us a message or call us at 218-346-3250. You can count on us to identify and address the problem fast and effectively.
24/7 Water Well Services
We are your water well contractor! We’re here 24/7, 365 days a year to help with your service needs. Whether it’s well pumps, controls, or a new tank, we have all the parts and supplies you will need. With over 50 years’ worth of combined well drilling experience, we have the expertise to solve your problems and get your water supply flowing.
Warning Signs Your Water Well Is In Trouble
Your water well is an important part of your home, and it needs to be properly maintained to function properly. There are a few warning signs that your water well is in trouble. If you notice any of these signs, it’s important to contact the specialists at Geo-Tech of Minnesota right away.
– The water level in your well is dropping
– The water pressure in your home is low
– The water in your home is discolored
– There is an odd taste or smell to the water
If you notice any of these warning signs, don’t hesitate to contact us. We will be able to help you diagnose the problem and find a solution.
How A Typical Well Pump System Works
A typical well pump system consists of four main parts: the pump, the pressure tank, the control box, and the distribution system. The pump is the heart of the system and is responsible for drawing water from the well and delivering it to the pressure tank. The pressure tank stores water and keeps it under pressure so that it can be delivered to the distribution system on demand. The control box regulates the operation of the pump and the pressure tank. The distribution system includes the pipes and fittings that deliver water to the various fixtures in the home.
How Long Should My Pressure Tank Last?
A pressure tank is a vital part of a good system, as it helps to regulate the flow of water and keep the pumps from short cycling. While pressure tanks can last for many years, they will eventually need to be replaced. So how do you know when it’s time for a new pressure tank?
There are a few signs that your pressure tank may be reaching the end of its lifespan. If you notice that your well Pump is short cycling more often, this could be a sign that the pressure tank is not working as well as it used to. You may also notice that your water pressure is not as strong as it used to be. Another telltale sign is if you can hear water sloshing around inside the tank when it’s supposed to be empty.
No matter your water well needs, we are standing by around the clock to provide any emergency service you may need. If you’ve encountered a problem, reach out to a member of our personable customer service department right away for quick and affordable relief!