Submersible pump and tanks. Several factors determine what type of well pump a policyholder requires, but it usually depends on the depth of the water supply and the gallons needed per hour. Picture here are a submersible pump and tanks. (Photo: StrikeCheck)

Your policyholders require a steady water supply inside their homes, particularly when they are spending more time at their residences and handwashing is extra essential. In areas where municipal water supplies aren’t available, well pumps move water from a nearby well to the home’s plumbing system.

Your insureds likely aren’t thinking about their water pumps until something isn’t working correctly. These strategies will help make settling water pump claims easier, faster and less costly to get the water flowing again.

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