Pumps are expensive — and they do not always need to be replaced. It always saddens us when we hear about a customer who purchased a new pump because a service centre did not know how to repair it.
We repair bearings, seals, wet ends, seized pumps and more (often on-site). Don’t replace your pump unless you want to or need to. Avoid getting caught by the “you need a new pump” scam.
Should I buy a new pump or repair my old one?
That depends (as it always does). Older pumps are excellent workhorses that often last much longer than newer energy-efficient models but will cost more in the long run as they consume a lot more power. New, top-of-the-line energy-efficient pump models can save you a hundred dollars in a season. Two-speed or variable-speed pumps can often last as long as older pumps because, for a majority of the time, they operate at much slower speeds — and they’ll save you a lot of energy too!
If you’re considering a new pump, call or visit our replacement pump service guide.
We serve Peterborough, Lakefield, Selwyn, Ennismore, Bridgenorth, Young’s Point, Curve Lake, Omemee, Millbrook and more. Contact us for more information.