22 Jul Accessorizing Your Well Pump
In order to get the most out of your water pump, you might want to purchase certain accessories that help it to provide additional benefits to your home. To that end, here is a closer look at some of the accessories that you can purchase for your water pump.
Prevent Contamination with a Strainer
Strainers can be helpful for keeping debris out of your water, whether that debris is sediment or debris that enters your water source due to an accident such as a busted sewage line or a flood.
Increase Hose Capacity with Hose Kits
If you want to have the option to have more than one hose in place, you will need to invest in a hose kit. Your water pump will already have one hose in place in order to do the job, but the hose kit will allow you to have more than one if needed. Having more than one hose in place can be particularly helpful if you need to transfer water from one point to another. They are also essential for trash-pumping tasks.
Draw Out Water with a Discharge Hose
If you purchase a hose kit, a discharge hose may be included. If not, you may want to pick one up separately. A discharge hose can be used to draw water away from a flooded area and toward a different location. This is a particularly handy accessory to have if you live in an area where flooding is common.
Move Your Pump with a Wheel Kit
If you need to move your well pump, a wheel kit can be helpful. A wheel kit easily attaches to your pump so you can move it to wherever you need it to be.
These are just a few of the accessories that you might consider for your pump. To learn more and to further explore your options, contact Pump Service Idaho today!