The costs on this page represent a combination of 1) sample of costs provided to us by well pump services around the country and 2) research done by our staff. To get a more precise estimate, we recommend that you request a quote from a local well company near you.
Well pump cost is roughly $515 to $2,750 (includes installation) depending on your geographic location. When making a decision, you may want to consider different types of pumps as well as the depth that they will sit.
Well pump cost based on the type of pump and depth of pump:
Well pump cost for deep well submersible pump (100-ft): $1,125 to $2,750.
Well pump cost for shallow well submersible pump (25-ft): $1,025 to $2,250.
Well pump cost for deep well jet pump (100-ft): $615 to $1,380.
Well pump cost for shallow well jet pump (25-ft): $515 to $1,115.
These estimates are rounded. These costs generally include the cost of the pump itself. The upper end of these ranges include expensive geographic locations.
There are many things to consider when you are planning your well pump installation or replacement project. Here are a few things to keep in mind:
Methods Used to Prepare Well Pump Replacement Cost Estimates
When installing or replacing a well pump, it’s likely you will receive a fixed fee quote for the whole job. The well pump company will help you determine what type of pump will work best and how deep you may need it to be installed. They will then give you a cost estimate based on your selections. If you are interested finding out how much it will cost to install a well pump in your area, Request a Price Quote.
Reasons for Well Pump Prices Variances
Well pump services use a combination of methods to evaluate and price projects. They take several factors into consideration that impact the cost of the project, including:
Depth. Depth is the primary cost consideration. Deeper wells may be more labor-intensive (and expensive) to deal with than shallower ones.
Type of pump. Certain types of pumps, such as submersible pumps, are more typically expensive than pumps like jet pumps. This can have an impact on the cost of the installation or replacement.
Piping and wiring. You may need to replace old piping and electrical wiring when you replace your old pump, which may come at an additional cost.
Pressure Tank. Sometimes replacing just the well pump will not fix the problems and the pressure tank will need to be replaced. This will significantly increase the cost of the project.
Geography. If you are in a high-cost area or in an area that is difficult to reach (more travel time), then costs will generally be higher.