Friday, March 24, 2017

Pump Repair NYC

Today, we at NY Pump & Motor Repair we want to offer some interesting information about your pump as well as some tips on what to do if you need pump repair NYC.

A mechanical well pump is, in a way, a fascinating thing. While widely used in more remote areas with no piping as a means of distributing water to a house, these contraptions remain oddly shrouded in mystery, with many misconceptions and an aura of misinformation still surrounding them.

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The truth is, however, that if homeowners who need this equipment to get water to their taps take certain preventive measures, they should have little to no need for well pump repair for the duration of the device's lifespan. However - stemming, once again, from misinformation - certain people can easily be led to make assumptions or attempt actions which may jeopardize not only the equipment's proper functioning but its warranty as well.

An engineer would solve a faulty valve by checking to see if it is not clogged with rubbish and then they would confirm that the valve arrow is pointing away from the pump instead of towards it. Below are only a few of the most common tips that must be considered when it comes to pump repair.
  •  Don't Do It Yourself: Professionals repeatedly stress this point at every turn, but it bears mentioning again - it is highly prejudicial to attempt well pump repair work without proper knowledge of one of these devices, or training on how to fix it. Many homeowners fancy themselves DIY wizards, and their skills may indeed serve them well in the context of other jobs around the house; however, in this case, it is best to use a specialist, as incorrect 'repair' work can easily aggravate the malfunction or even cause it to stop working. In this particular case, businesses are not simply trying to take your money - trust them.
  •   Don't Try To Save Money: Tying in with the previous point is the fact that, in the case of a well pump repair, you should not simply settle for the cheapest specialist in your area. Some businesses out there may indeed offer affordable or even bargain quotes, but always do your homework prior to engaging anyone. These devices are extremely delicate, and careless work can - as explained above - aggravate the problems with their mechanics. Think of this equipment as you would your computer: sometimes, it comes back from the shop with a whole host of problems that were not there before, because the technician was not very good. The same can easily happen in this case, so make sure you shop around for the right serviceman.
  • Always Turn Off the Power: Any specialist will tell you this, but you should always flip the electricity switch off before starting any investigation. Failure to do so can result in damage for the equipment, and possible injury to yourself!
Most people easily make these mistakes when dealing with this sensitive equipment. The lifespan of a typical pump is approximately ten years because the intense job that they do means that the equipment is eventually destructible but regular maintenance can minimize the need for constant repair.

It is always a good idea to hire professionals such as us from NY Pump & Motor Repair instead of doing a repair or maintenance job yourself, because our accredited and qualified engineers will have the experience to carry out a task effectively and efficiently.

To learn more about our pump repair NYC or for more information about us, please call us today at 718-768-8700. 

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Sewage Ejector Pump Repair in NYC

For so many years, most families use a sewage ejector pump to ensure proper waste removal. Most homes prefer using them because of their functionality and durability. Homes with finished basements need a sewage ejector to help move waste out of the home. The sewage ejector is connected to plumbing pipes as a disposal system. Although it can last for years, it might have minor or major problems that require repairs, especially when remodeling your basement. For sewage ejector pump repair in NYC you can be sure to call us at NY Pump & Motor Repair.

Ejector pipes come in different sizes, types, and shapes. Most of them are complicated. The ejector is designed to pass small solid, which means solids are broken down before they are pumped out. Bigger solids may lead to the breakdown of your sewage ejector pump. Because of the differed types, shapes and sizes in the market, it is not advisable to repair your sewage ejector pump yourself. Using the services of a professional can help you lower the cost and avoid further damage to your ejector pump.

Usually, people assume their ejector pumps are fine even when they have discovered a minor problem. They wait until it completely fails, which can be a nightmare. Discovering sewage ejector mishaps at an early stage offer you the opportunity to seek professional help from us and avoid complete damage and new installation. These are the most common sewage ejector pump problems:
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  • When the pump isn’t cycling
  • When it is cycling, but does not evacuate waste or pit properly
  • When the sewage ejector is evacuating, but no water is removed from the pit
When you notice this kind of mishaps with your pump, don’t do the repair yourself, call our professionals to help you with finding a lasting solution for your ejector pump.

What kind of maintenance is needed for a sewage ejector pump?
If your ejector is well maintained, it should operate without fail. Flushing items such as disposable wipes, feminine products and other materials that cannot be broken down into smaller pieces can damage your ejector pipe. Generally, these materials cannot be moved upwards under the force of the pump meaning they will put pressure on the pump leading to mishaps.

Maintained help last longer as it helps discover mishaps early and protect others form occurring. Depending on your ejector pump problems, the cost will vary from one problem to another and from one pump to another. If you have any problems with your ejector pump, call us and we will be glad to offer help.

To learn more about us at NY Pump or for more information about our sewage pump repair in NYC, please call us today at 718-768-8700. One of our pump repair experts will be happy to speak to you.