Well Pump Services in Maryland

Providing Well Pump Repair & Replacement in Columbia, Germantown, & More!

Water is the most important resource for all aspects of your household. From showering, laundry, hydration, and food preparation to household cleaning and gardening, a properly functioning well pump is critical!

Water Doctor offers a variety of submersible well pumps to meet your family’s needs. Our licensed well pump installers will review your well records and select the appropriate pump to meet your needs.

Are you experiencing low pressure in your Maryland home? You may benefit from a pressure booster or constant pressure well pump in your home in Crownsville, MD, or the surrounding area!

Contact us online or call at 301-953-2846 today for any well pump service in Rockville, Germantown, Gaithersburg, Edgewater, Annapolis, or a surrounding area in Maryland.

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Our Well Pump Services

No matter your well pump dilemma, the team at Water Doctor has the experience and equipment needed to repair, replace, or install a well pump in Columbia, MD, or the surrounding areas. To provide Maryland homeowners with a wide range of well pump solutions, we offer the following services:

Whether you need a pressure booster system in Crownsville or a well pump installation in Germantown, MD, Water Doctor is the most trusted company in Maryland! Call 301-953-2846 or contact us online to schedule an appointment!

Well Pump Repair

Nothing is more annoying than having low water pressure or water that seems to suddenly get really hot or really cold. Here are a few signs that you might need well pump repair:

  • The pump sounds like it’s running all the time
  • The water pressure is constantly changing from high to low
  • No water is flowing
  • The water is coming out brown or dirty

You don’t need to suffer through a bad water well pump. Water Doctor can help with any well pump repair in Maryland! Call 301-953-2846 or contact us online to get started on the repairs in Germantown, Baltimore, Gaithersburg, and more.

Well Pump Replacement

Over time, well pumps can wear out due to corrosion, heat, and friction. Water Doctor can install a new well pump to restore a reliable well water supply.

There are warning signs to look out for before complete well pump failure:

  • Air trapped in lines: Faucets may sputter or release air if the well pump isn’t supplying enough water, if there is a break in the well line, or if there’s a faulty pitless adaptor.
  • Insufficient water pressure: A malfunctioning well pump can still provide water but with lower water pressure.
  • Water flow stops and starts intermittently: This can signal a problem with the pump wiring.

Many of these symptoms can also be a sign of plumbing leaks, faulty pressure switches, and pressure tank failures, so schedule service with Water Doctor to determine the cause of the problem and the best way to resolve it.

Call 301-953-2846 or contact us online to request well pump replacement in Maryland.

Constant Pressure Pump Installation

Having a high-performing constant pressure pump is essential to maintaining optimal water pressure throughout your home. A constant pressure pump will allow for:


  • Constant line pressure
  • Multiple tap use
  • Automatic restarts
  • Low water safety shutoff

Well Pump Services in Germantown, Rockville, Annapolis, MD & More

Water Doctor has provided quality water treatment and filtration services to Maryland homeowners since 1979. If you are experiencing inconsistent water pressure in your Maryland home, the team at Water Doctor can help. Our qualified specialists are certified and trained to troubleshoot and fix well pump problems, as well as install new well pump systems.

If you are looking for a team of professionals to provide your home with optimal water pressure, contact us today at 301-953-2846 or request a quote online to schedule well pump service in Germantown, Baltimore, Gaithersburg, and other areas in MD today!

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Frequently Asked Questions About Well Pumps

How long do well pumps last?

Your pump should last for 10 to 20 years. The factor that has the greatest impact on your well pump’s life span is how frequently the pump runs, because wear and tear over time can affect the pump.

Should I buy a home with well water?

Buying a home with well water helps ensure you always have safe, potable water. When you have direct control over your water supply, you have direct control over the chemicals and minerals within that supply.

When you buy a home with well water, water quality testing should be part of the inspection process to test for:

  • Bacteria
  • Nitrates
  • Lead
  • Turbidity

How can I increase water pressure?

Low water pressure is a common concern for homeowners. Fortunately, it’s easy to fix and increase the water pressure from your well with a water pressure booster.

A pressure booster may be installed inside the home to work with your existing well pump to increase pressure. Boosters offer higher consistent pressure and are great for showers and outside watering.

You may also consider a constant pressure well pump. This replaces the existing submersible well pump and eliminates the pressure tank.

Constant pressure pumps offer higher constant pressure and often more water flow. This is a great option if your pressure tank and well pump are over 15 years old.

How does a constant pressure pump work?

Constant pressure pump systems send a signal to the pump controller whenever water is used in your home.

When your water demand increases or decreases, corresponding signals adjust the speed of the pump and regulate it as needed.

How does a pressure tank work with a well pump?

Well pumps move water from the well into your home with enough pressure for plumbing fixtures to operate normally.

The pressure tank stores a reserve of water under pressure to supply fixtures when the pump isn’t running. A properly functioning and properly sized pressure tank prolongs the life span of the well pump because the pump doesn’t need to run as often.

Do you have more questions about well water systems? Contact Water Doctor online or call 301-953-2846. We will answer your questions and help you determine the best solution for your Maryland home.

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