Pressure Tank Repair and Install

Pressure Tank

Problems With Pressure Tanks Can Lead to Low Water Pressure in Your Home.

Any homeowner that has a private well should understand its basic function. This helps not just with the well’s operation, but with the troubleshooting of possible issues. Your well’s pressure tank represents one of its indispensable components. Also called a well tank, these devices control the pressure of water as it enters your home. At Andrews Auld, we provide complete service for pressure tanks, including both repairs and installations.

Generally located in a closet, the pressure tank connects both to your well and cold water main. A sealed bladder full of air provides resistance against water as it fills a second bladder. This resistance creates pressure, which regulates the flow of water from your taps. If you have experienced water pressure problems and need repair of a pressure tank in Franklin, Cashiers, and Highlands, NC, give us a call today at (828) 229-2727.

Pressure Tank Problems

Pressure Tank

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If your house sits on a municipal water system, pressure is regulated outside your home. If you have a private well, the responsibility for this falls on a pressure tank. Though pressure tanks should generally operate out-of-sight and out-of-mind, problems can arise that require service.

Low Water Pressure: The most obvious sign of a problem with your well tank appears as lowered water pressure. When you open a faucet or hop in the shower, you become confronted with an unsatisfactory trickle of water. An annoying problem, low water pressure can occur as a direct result of pressure tank issues. This generally happens when the air bladder within your well tank ruptures. When the bladder can no longer provide resistance against the water in your tank, you will begin to experience pressure problems.

Continuously Cycling Motor: Your pump motor serves to actually draw water from your well. This water enters the well tank, where it stays until pressure from the bladder drives it out to your taps. When pressure tanks no longer work properly, the pump motor assumes the responsibility of pushing water to the taps. This means that, every time you turn on a faucet, the pump motor activates. This continuous activity will wear the motor out and result in expensive repairs or a need for replacement.

Call Us Today

If you have a private well and need service on a pressure tank in Franklin, Cashiers, and Highlands, NC, call (828) 229-2727 for Andrews Auld. We represent the local source for repair of pressure tanks, and can have your system running like normal in no time.