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Be prepared with a Bison hand pump

October 7, 2019

We are proud to be your local Grants Pass area dealer for Bison hand pumps. Bison is the industry leader in Stainless Steel water well hand pumps.  Bison Pumps offers shallow well hand pumps, playground water pump, community water pump and deep well hand pumps which work alongside most electric pumps. Made from potable water approved (NSF61)…

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How to extend the life of your pump

September 6, 2019

To extend the life of your well pump and protect your investment, we highly recommend the installation of a Franklin Pumptec or Littelfuse PumpSaver. These devices monitor submersible pump motors 24 hours a day to ensure that if there is a voltage problem, current, or dry-run problem and a variety of other fault conditions that…

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Solve low water pressure with a Constant Pressure System

July 26, 2019

For many homeowners, having constant water pressure might not seem crucial, that is, until their pressure drops off when they need it most. Using a private well is a great source for water that’s reliable but low water pressure can be an irritating problem. Constant pressure systems installed by Pacific Pump are a great solution.…

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Hard Water Stains

Hard water in your home

May 12, 2019

Do you have a white scale build-up on your faucets and appliances that is difficult to remove? If so, then chances are you have hard water which means it has a lot of minerals like calcium and magnesium in it. Your water collects these minerals from the ground while traveling to your home. Excess amounts of…

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Cold temperatures are coming

November 8, 2018

Winter is around the corner and it is important to winterize your water well system to prevent it from freezing. A frozen water pump causes more than the inconvenience of losing water for a while. It can also mean burst pipes, cracked water pumps, and flooding once the frozen pipes warm up again. Smaller pipes…

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