Our on-site pump services, including pump repairs and installations, are among the best in the Fraser Valley. Just give us a call at 604-795-2568.
AJ Pumps’ service technicians will visit your site to give a pump diagnosis. You will get an immediate examination of your water source, suggested water system, and/or pump repair and maintenance requirements.
At AJ Pumps and Water Treatment, we believe that excellent equipment is equivalent to excellent service. We carry only top-of-the-line pump products by such respected names as Goulds, Barnes, Myers, Burks, Liberty Pumps, and more.
Our pump products and pump repair equipment are constantly updated, and we only use the most superior quality moving equipment for our installation and pump repair services.
Pump Problems & Solutions
As experts, our job is to diagnose and find solutions for all kinds of pump problems including:
- Lost or low water pressure concerns
- No water pressure
- Noisy pump issues
- Pressure control switch problems and adjustment
- Pump won’t start, won’t stop, or runs too often
- Water pressure tank issues
- Water flow rate too weak or too slow
- Water pump short cycling
- Pressure booster pump troubles
- Burned out pump relay control
Water Pump Problems
Our pump services include diagnostics, repair, installation, and pump maintenance services for all types of water pumps including:
- Submersible Pumps
- Jet Pumps
- Booster Pumps
- Centrifugal/Irrigation Pumps
- Dewatering Pumps
Sewage Pump Problems
We offer diagnostics, repair, installation and pump maintenance services for all types of sewage pumps as well, including grinder pumps, sump pumps and effluent pumps.
Water Treatment Systems
AJ Pumps sells, installs and services all kinds of water treatment systems, from water softeners and purification to water filters, distillers, and UV water treatment.
Well Flow Testing
AJ Pumps and Water Treatment also offers Well Flow Testing for residential and commercial customers. The test can determine a well’s yield in gallons per minute. Determining the correct yield helps to:
- Correctly size the pump for your needs
- Save on installation costs
- Save on maintenance costs
- Save on electrical costs
Residential Well Flow Testing – A short test can be done to determine if a well has adequate water to supply the household.
Commercial Well Flow Testing – Longer commercial tests can be done to determine regulatory or industrial requirements.
Well Flow Tests are intended to determine the flow rate condition present at the time of testing and does not guarantee future flow rate. For information on flow testing, see this Government of BC “Guide to Conducting Pumping Tests.”