Should you repair that pump and keep it going for another few years, or is it time to bite the bullet and get a smart, new, energy-efficient replacement?
Good question. There’s not necessarily a categorical right or wrong answer, but you’ll need to find out the cost for both (by clicking here), then consider:
- payback times with energy savings from our replacement pump (particularly if the old one is belt-driven, so you can also reduce the motor size)
- net present value of the saving by using our pump repair service
- your projected short-term and medium-term pump use.