With over 35 years of experience within the water pump repair and maintenance industry, we are your go-to choice for homeowners and businesses. Providing a fast and prompt service and covering a range of pumps, here at Pump & Plant we can tend to all your water pump maintenance needs and that is why we are the market leaders in our area.

Water Pump Maintenance & Repair

A leading water pump maintenance and repair company within the West Midlands, based in Bridgenorth, we cover Telford, Stourbridge, Shrewsbury, Whitchurch and Wolverhampton. Successfully established as the go-to company for water pump supplies for both domestic and commercial, as well as fulfilling all water pump repairs and maintenance.

Proudly providing customers with over 35 years of experience and a wealth of expertise, here at Pump & Plant we have a specialist team that is capable of handling all projects, no matter the size. With the ability to help find you the right pump at a competitive price rate from our extensive collection, our specialist engineers are amongst some of the finest in the industry.

Handling projects within a range of industries including, Domestic, Commercial, industrial and Agricultural. We provide your home or organisation with any water pump maintenance you need in the West Midlands. Improving fluid flow and efficiency no matter the building or industry.

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Routine Maintenance Procedures

Having a clear routine maintenance schedule can be used as a preventative and can help you to efficiently review the performance of your water pumps and help you spot issues early. By cleaning filters, checking over connections and lubricating parts, water pumps can last significantly longer and won’t need serious maintenance. Preventing breakdowns by following water pump maintenance can also be cost-effective by increasing pump productivity.

Water Pump Repair & Maintenance Specialists

Our team of specialists are here to help, no matter the kind of pump you need to install, at Pump & Plant we have over 35 years of experience in water pump installation and water pump repairs. By entrusting us here at Pump & Plant, you’re in safe hands and will receive the highest standard of instalment and maintenance.

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What We Offer You

OVER 35 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE

Since our start in 1983, we’ve been proudly rooted in Bridgnorth. What sets us apart is our wealth of experience paired with deep product expertise, making us your go-to choice for finding the right pump at the right price.

FAST PROMPT SERVICE

Our fleet of vehicles is at your service, making sure your pumps arrive promptly and with a smile. Whether it’s our nimble urban vans or reliable trucks, we’ve got all bases covered. Count on us for hassle-free, on-time deliveries, right when and where you want them.

A RANGE OF PUMPS

We’ve got you covered with nearly every pump type you can think of, from robust slurry pumps to handy, fully submersible drainage pumps. Our diverse selection ensures we can cater to your needs at a price that fits your budget.

MARKET LEADING MANUFACTURERS

We partner with industry-leading manufacturers like Atlas Copco, ABS, Calpeda, Caprari, Ebara, and more! Our extensive supply network guarantees we can consistently get the exact pump you need, and it’s always a top-quality product.

Step-by-Step Guide to Water Pump Repair and Maintenance

Step 1: Visual Inspection

A visual inspection of your water pump to determine any damage, leaks or irregularities. Check connections, visible wear and tear and any damaged lines on the exterior of the pipe.

Step 2: Power Disconnect

It is always important to disconnect the power before starting any maintenance or repair work. Disconnect the electrical outlet or turn off the circuit breaker before starting any water pump repairs.

Step 3: Identifying Issues

It is important to observe the operation of the pump and make note of any change in sound, vibrations or significant change in water flow. This information can be used to determine any potential issues.

Step 4: Disassembly

Always use the manufacturer’s guidelines to safely disassemble the pump. Keep note of the placement and sequence of parts to make reassembly easier.

Step 5: Cleaning and Inspection

Clean and inspect components like filters, and impellers. Remove debris and sediment from intake screens. Inspect any bearings, seals and other parts for any damage and wear.

Step 6: Replacing Worn Parts

Identify any worn or damaged parts during inspection and then replace them.

Step 7: Lubrication

As recommended by the manufacturer, lubricate any moving parts to extend their life span.

Step 8: Electrical Component Check

Check over any electrical components such as wires and connections for any sign of damage. Test any other electrical elements such as the capacitor as per the manufacturer’s guidelines.

Step 9: Reassembly

Reassemble the water pump and follow the manufacturer’s instructions to ensure correct reassembly.

Step 10: Testing

Reconnect the power supply to the water pump and test its operation, monitor to see if there are any irregularities.

Step 11: Preventative Measures

Consider a regular maintenance schedule to avoid issues and implement preventative measures such as installing new filters to protect the pump and ensure its longevity.

*We are currently updating our website. For all available pump categories, please download our catalogue (19MB). Alternatively, please contact us and a member of our friendly team will be happy to help!

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Can Water Pumps be Repaired?

Yes, here at Pump & Plant we can offer an extensive range of water pump maintenance and repairs. 

What is the Life Expectancy of a Water Pump?

Correctly installed water pumps have a life expectancy of around 10 to 20 years. 

How do you Diagnose a Water Pump Failure?

There are a few signs to look out for when it comes to water pump failure. If you notice any overheating, corrosion, coolant leaks or any unusual noises, then it’s worth contacting us here at Pump & Plant to sort your water pump repair.