Florida Injection Well Failed

Discussion in 'Maintenance and Troubleshooting' started by E, May 5, 2015.

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    E New Member

    I have an open-loop ground-source FHP system. My injection well isn't accepting water fast enough and I'm looking at having to drill a new well.

    The contractors I've spoken to so far tell me to just dump the output water in my canal, but that seems like it would harm the aquifer.

    Honestly, I'm getting a little sick of my heat pump. It looks nice on paper, but I'm on my third water pump in the last 12 months, the house never gets below 75 if it is 90 out, and now we need another well. When do the savings actually show up?

    My experience so far is that everyone claims the problems are with any portion of the unit but their own, including when the pump sprang a visible leak. Are there any companies in S.E. Florida that can actually stand by a whole system and not just pass the buck between the pump installer, well driller, electrician, plumber, or HVAC company?

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