Well Pumps Palmetto

Providing Reliable Well Pump Service Since 1981

Water-Pro services all types of well pumps in Palmetto and surrounding areas. We specialize in Submersible Pumps, Surface or Jet Pumps and all other key components of an efficient water well system including Pressure Tanks.  If you need your well pump repaired or replaced, our team will provide you will reliable, quality service.  As one of the area’s oldest water treatment companies we are proud to have a dedicated staff that average over 30 years of experience in the water treatment industry. Every water well situation is unique. That’s why we never take a “one size fits all” approach. It takes a trained professional to determine the best approach to treating your water. After testing your water, we will design and build a customized water treatment solution to address your specific circumstances. So, for all things related to water wells in Palmetto call to schedule your appointment today..

How to choose the Right Well Water Pump

At Water-Pro, we provide many different types of water pumps.  Whether you need a water pump for your house, a farm or a commercial building each type of pump serves a different need. Our team is trained in knowing all of these different uses and which products would fit best in them. Take advantage of their extensive knowledge by giving us a call and letting them assist you in choosing the right water pump!

Types of Well Pumps

I. Submersible Well Pumps

A submersible well pump operates below the water level in your water well. These pumps push water from your well to the surface. Depending on the output required, pumps can vary in size. The size of the unit is based on what the peak demand of your household water consumption requires. Submersible pumps house a hermetically sealed motor encased in a 2 to 4-foot cylinder that is 3 to 5 inches in diameter. When the systems pressure switch is on, the motor engages and drives an impeller that spins, pushing water through the pump body to the surface. Then the water goes into a pressure tank until used within your household.

Advantages of Submersible Pumps


Submersible pumps are considered more reliable than above ground pumps and have fewer mechanical problems


Submersible pumps can have a life span of up to 25 years


Because they are below the surface of the well water, submersible pumps are not subject to cavitation like an above ground pump


Unlike an above ground pump, submersible pumps won’t lose prime which can result in a motor burning out

II. Surface – Jet Pumps

A surface or jet pump is one of the most common well pumps for shallow wells. Unlike submersible pumps, jet pumps are mounted above the well. They are often contained in a well house but can also be in the home. Jet pumps use atmospheric pressure which creates a vacuum which draws the water up from the well.  Jet pumps have an electric motor that drives an impeller or centrifugal pump. Water is drawn through a narrow opening in the front of the impeller where it is constricted. Much like a nozzle on a garden hose, this causes the speed of the water to increase. As water leaves the jet, a vacuum is created which sucks more water from the well. Because they use water to “draw” water, jet pumps require priming or the need to be filled with water in order to work properly.

III. Pressure Tanks

Pressure tanks are an integral part of any water well pump system. Whether you have a Submersible Pump or a Jet Pump, each move the water from your well to a Pressure Tank. Pumps don’t run continuously. As water pumps into the systems pressure tank it, compresses the air in the tank. When the pressure in the tank reaches a preset level, usually 40 to 60 PSI, the pump will automatically turn off. As you use water in your household, the PSI will drop in the pressure tank. Once it reaches a certain level, from between 20 to 40 PSI, the pump will engage and draw water into the pressure tank. The cycle continues to repeat based on water usage.

Pressure tanks come in various sizes depending on household size and consumption. Pressure tanks can be as small as 10 gallons, or as large as 200 gallons. A typical residential situation calls for a pressure tank around 44 gallons. The professionals at Water-Pro will analyze the needs of your situation and recommend the proper pressure tank to meet your consumption needs.

Put the Best Well Pump Company on Your Side, Water-Pro!

We are a locally owned family business. Since 1981 the professionals at Water-Pro have provided Manatee, Sarasota, and Charlotte counties with affordable and effective solutions to their Commercial and Residential water treatment needs. The experts at Water-Pro have the expertise to tackle any problem or need. From repair or replacement of water well pumps and pressure tanks, water testing, chlorination systems, water softening, and water treatments, we do it all. Named multiple times by the Venice Gondolier-Sun as a Readers’ Choice Award Winner, we strive every day to earn and grow our reputation and live up to our customers’ expectations. If you suspect there is a problem with your wells pump or pressure tank, call us today. We’ll determine the problem and the solution and get your life back to normal.

Water-Pro is proud to offer dynamic water treatment services and products for residential and commercial customers in

Manatee County

Bayshore Gardens, Braden River,  Bradenton, Bradenton East, Cortez, Ellenton, Lakewood Ranch, Oneco, Palmetto, Palma Sola, Parrish, Samoset, South Bradenton, Memphis, West Bradenton, Whitfield

Sarasota County

Bee Ridge, Englewood, Fruitville, Gulf Gate Estates, Kensington Park, Lake Suzy, Laurel, Myakka , Nokomis, North Port, North Sarasota, Osprey, Plantation, Sarasota, Sarasota Springs, Siesta Key, Southgate, South Sarasota, South Venice, St Armands, Tallevast, The Meadows, University Park, Vamo, Venice, Venice Gardens, Warm Mineral Springs

Charlotte County

Cape Haze, Grove City, Manasota Key, Placida, Port Charlotte, Rotonda West