About Empire

Since 2001, Empire Pump Corporation and Pump It Up, Pump Services, Inc. has been the leading provider of quality-driven water well-pump services throughout the State of Arizona. Specializing in the installation and rehabilitation of water well systems and pumps; our company services residential, commercial, industrial, municipal, environmental, mining, and agricultural customers.

What to Do When Your Well Pump Will Not Hold Pressure

By |2023-09-22T02:09:11-07:00September 19th, 2023|Residential Well Services|

The average cost to replace or install a new well pump is typically between $1,000 and $2,750, with the national average being about $1,750. The type of well pump you install or replace can greatly change both the unit cost and the installation cost. The overall cost is also affected by the depth, location and [...]

Your Well Water Is Yellow? Here’s What To Do

By |2023-09-22T02:08:03-07:00September 5th, 2023|Well Services|

Imagine a hot summer’s day. You’ve been outside for hours, and you’re looking forward to gulping down a nice, crystal-clear glass of water. You turn on your tap to fill your cup, and your well water is yellow. Yellow well water. You don’t want to see it, and you don’t want to drink it. Yellow [...]

How to Reset a Well Pump: Guide for Residential Home Owners

By |2023-09-21T07:06:54-07:00August 29th, 2023|Well Pump|

Do you own a home with a residential well? If so, you likely understand the importance of troubleshooting fundamental issues. One of the handiest and most useful things to learn, for example, is how to reset a well pump. After all, troubles often occur during off-hours, and the last thing you want to do is overpay because [...]

How to Size a Generator for a Well Pump

By |2023-09-11T10:43:21-07:00August 8th, 2023|Well Pump|

Monsoon storms can cripple power lines in Arizona. Even scheduled power outages can cause inconveniences. While gadgets can last for a day or two, a well pump stops working as soon as the power’s out. A generator for a well pump can supply power during an outage. However, without correct sizing, a generator could shut [...]

Well Problems: How to Tell if Your Well Pump Pressure Switch Is Bad

By |2023-07-28T06:00:02-07:00July 25th, 2023|Well Troubleshooting|

Are you a resident of the Greater Phoenix, Arizona area who relies on a well for your water supply? Living in the Phoenix area presents unique challenges in maintaining a well-operated water system. In fact, the state’s recent analysis projected a water shortfall of 4.86 million acre-feet in the Phoenix area over the next 100 [...]

9 Common Well Pump Pressure Switch Problems

By |2023-07-20T07:38:49-07:00July 4th, 2023|Well Inspections|

Feeling like your well is all tapped out? It’s possible that your pressure switch is causing the problem. With over 23 million households depending on wells as their water source, ensuring the availability of clean and safe drinking water has become a critical concern. Well-owners understand the value of being hands-on when identifying and fixing [...]

What to Do When Your Well Pump Is Not Pumping

By |2023-09-21T07:09:54-07:00June 13th, 2023|Residential Well Services|

Your well pump not pumping doesn’t always mean it’s time to buy a new one. Most well pumps can last for more than two decades. What you need to remember is that well systems have a lot of parts. And if any of these parts stop working, it can prevent your well pump from working [...]

Why Realtors Need A Trusted Well Pump Company in Arizona

By |2023-09-21T07:10:20-07:00June 6th, 2023|Residential Well Services|

If you are a real estate agent in Arizona, there are many unique considerations to take into account when preparing houses for sale. Chief among these is water access. As one of the dryest states in the United States with some of the most expensive water rates in the country, ensuring any property has reliable [...]

3 Reasons You Need to Get a Well Pump Generator

By |2023-07-20T07:38:51-07:00May 15th, 2023|Residential Well Services|

Talk about being independent. Unlike most people, you have your own well pump at your house, which means you get to have access to your own private source of water without having to pay to use it. In other words, you can label yourself the VIP of residential water systems. Having a pump is a [...]

6 Ways to Tell If Your Water Pump Is Bad

By |2023-09-21T07:10:34-07:00May 2nd, 2023|Well Inspections|

Water wells are a popular home amenity. In fact, over 15 million American homes utilize a private water well. Wells provide homeowners with a cleaner and healthier alternative to city-supplied water. In addition, water wells save hundreds of dollars per month on utility bills. Unlike city water, however, you are responsible for maintaining a private water well. This means [...]