We have installed submersible well pumps with horsepowers of 1/3 h.p. through 50 h.p., pumping from 5 gallons per minute to 600 gallons per minute. A typical residential installation would include a 10 gallon per minute pump, schedule 120 PVC 1 inch pipe, PVC twisted electric cable, pitless adapter, water tight cap, 1 inch pipe, wire and conduit between well and house, and an 80 gallon equivalent positive pressure tank.
F.E. Buehler and Son Inc. has been installing high quality Goulds pumps in Bucks County PA and surrounding areas for over 40 years, and has been a member of the Goulds Professional Dealer Association (GPDA) since the beginning. We have also been installing Grundfos pumps for over 20 years. Grundfos submersible well pumps are one of the only pumps built today with all stainless steel construction.
F.E. Buehler and Son Inc. installs Goulds deep well and shallow well jet pumps in Bucks County PA and surrounding areas. Shallow well jet pumps are one pipe systems and lift about 25 feet. Deep well jet pumps are two pipe systems with jet assembly and foot valve installed about 100 feet down the well. Our experience with jet pumps is mostly for replacement because submersible pumps pump more pressure at greater depths with less effort.
F.E. Buehler and Son Inc. has been installing Goulds and Grundfos variable speed drive constant pressure pumps since 2000 in Bucks County PA and surrounding areas. A variable speed drive constant pressure well pump is an upgrade to a standard residential system because it can pump more gallons per minute at a constant pressure, which means that the homeowner will experience constant water pressure. These drives are also beneficial when lawn irrigation and geothermal heating systems are being considered.