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Expert Well Pump & Pressure Tank Installation & Repair

Licensed and Insured Professionals  •  Trusted by Tennessee Homeowners  •  20 + Years Experience

      Complete Well Pump Service For All of Middle Tennessee

      Need a Quote? Get Yours Free Just a Phone Call Away!

      Lyons Pump LLC is your trusted source for reliable well and water pump solutions. We offer expert service at a fair price.
      Call (615)239-9642 to get started today!

      Why Choose Lyons Pump?


      At Lyons Pump, we know that your well pump system is the heart of your home’s water supply. That’s why we’re dedicated to providing expert installations, repairs, and maintenance services that keep your water flowing smoothly.

       Our experienced team brings years of knowledge to every job, ensuring quality workmanship and lasting results. We believe in transparent pricing and exceptional customer service because we want you to feel confident in choosing Lyons Pump.

      Let us take care of your well pump system, so you can focus on what matters most.

      • Over 25 Years of Experience
      • Experts in Well Pump Systems
      • Reliable Solutions, Lasting Results
      • Focused on Customer Satisfaction
      • Competitive Pricing


      Years Of Experience


      Emergency Service


      Inspections, Installs & Service

      Our Services

      Pump Installations

      Need pump help? Get complete system installs, even for low-yield wells! We handle holding tanks, constant pressure systems, and more. Ensure reliable water flow with our expert services

      Repairs/ maintenance

      We offer expert repair and maintenance for well pumps, holding tanks, and pressure systems. Avoid costly breakdowns and ensure reliable water flow. Contact a professional for prompt, reliable service.

      24 Hour Pump Service

      Pump emergency? Don’t panic! We offer 24/7 pump service for rapid repairs and replacements. Get your water flowing again fast with our expert team and fast turnaround.

      Frequently Asked Questions

      You’ve Got Questions, We’ve Got Answers


      • Often caused by power loss from tripped breakers or blown fuses.
      • Check the circuit breaker or fuse box first.
      • Issues might stem from a damaged pressure switch controlling electricity flow.
      • Problems could be directly with the pump.
      • If the pump stops, contact a professional immediately.
      • We can diagnose and resolve issues swiftly.



      Without a functioning submersible Well Pump, your home’s water supply could be disrupted or even stopped. The pressure of the water coming from your taps might lessen, or the water might become dirtier over time, which are early indicators that something is wrong with the pump. However, there are other signs you should look out for if you think your Well Pump needs repairing.

      Common Signs You Have A Well Pump Problem:

      • No water
      • Unusual sounds emanating from the faucet
      • Muddy or discolored water
      • Exorbitant electricity bills
      • Low water pressure

      The purpose of a Pressure Tank

      Along with the pump, pressure switch, and well itself, the pressure tank is one of the main components of a Well System. Storing water from the well provides your home with an adequate supply at a consistent pressure.

      There are several benefits to having a pressure tank:

      -You have regulated water pressure
      -Access to well water without needing to manually turn on the pump each time
      -The ability to draw well water without the pump cycling on and off constantly, which reduces stress on the pump and prolongs its lifespan

      There are three different types of pressure tanks:

      • Air-over-water tanks have a major advantage in that there is no physical barrier between the water and air. The only drawback to this type of pressure tank is that over time, the air dissolves into the water so it needs more frequent monitoring.
      • Diaphragm tanks. There is a rubber or vinyl diaphragm in these tanks that separate the water and air. When water enters the tank, it stretches the diaphragm upwards which compresses the air.
      • Bladder tanks. These tanks work by using a balloon-like bladder that expands when water is pumped in, compressing the air trapped inside.

      Well Pump Troubleshooting: Key Issues and Quick Fixes

      If you have a Well Pump, it’s important to know how to troubleshoot common issues. Otherwise, you could be left without water for an extended period of time. One of the most common problems is a loss of power. This can be caused by a tripped breaker or a blown fuse. If you suspect a problem with your Well Pump, you should first check the circuit breaker or fuse box. If the problem is not related to a loss of power, it could be an issue with the pressure switch. This switch controls the flow of electricity to the pump and can become damaged over time.
      Another possibility is that the problem is with the pump itself.
      If your Well Pump suddenly stops working, it’s important to call a professional as soon as possible.
      We have the experience and knowledge necessary to diagnose and fix the problem quickly.

      Areas We serve

      We proudly service customers in all of Middle Tennessee and the surrounding counties. Below is a list of our popular inspection areas, but we may still be open to arranging an inspection outside these areas so please contact us!

      • DAVIDSON
      • WILSON
      • SMITH
      • MACON
      • SUMNER
      • BEDFORD
      • CANNON
      • DEKALB
      • WARREN

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      Contact Info

      Pump Installer Lic# 1146

      850 Shipper Rd
      Lebanon TN 37087 USA