Pricing

Estimate Your Hand Pump Price for Your Well

Static Water Level

Our pricing is based on your static water level so we know where to best position the Simple Pump cylinder.

The static water level is the stable water level in your well when you are not pumping and haven’t pumped recently. This is measured from the ground level down.

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Estimated Price

Prices are based on the standard well hand pump configuration. The shallow well suction pump is for static water levels of 25 feet or less. The deep well hand pump is for static water levels up to 325 feet.


The maximum static water level for the Simple Pump Deep Well hand pump is 325 feet.

The estimated pump system price is $3,572.00.

Shipping rates start at $170 and are based on the shipped location.

The estimated pump system price is $3,310.00.

Shipping rates start at $170 and are based on the shipped location.

The estimated pump system price is $3,090.00.

Shipping rates start at $170 and are based on the shipped location.

The estimated pump system price is $2,895.00.

Shipping rates start at $170 and are based on the shipped location.

The estimated pump system price is $2,565.00.

Shipping rates start at $170 and are based on the shipped location.

The estimated pump system price is $2,405.00.

Shipping rates start at $170 and are based on the shipped location.

The estimated pump system price is $2,062.00.

Shipping rates start at $170 and are based on the shipped location.

The estimated suction pump system price is $862.50.

Shipping rates start at $170 and are based on the shipped location.

Assumed Well Configuration

  • The well is located outside.
  • The casing height is between 12 and 24 inches.
  • The casing inner dimension is 6 inches.
  • The static water level is measured.
  • There is no existing pump in well.
  • The hand pump will not be connected to the home or a pressure tank.
  • The hand pump does not include the option to utilize a Simple Pump motor.

The Simple Pump gives you full use of all your home’s taps and plumbing fixtures, even from deep wells with much less pumping effort, and at markedly less cost than other serious pumps.

Simple Pump is actually the LEAST COST of such pumps, even though it can do much more!

One group of five friends (who well all various kinds of trades professionals, well used to judging tools and machinery) THOROUGHLY researched everything available. They all bought the Simple Pump and gave a list of reasons that basically amounted to “much more capability for much less cost“.

Watch out for Cheap Pumps!

There are cheap pumps that may be made of plastic or cheap (not durable) metal and

- CAN’T pump into your pressure tank
- CAN’T pump uphill from the well
- CAN’T pump from very far down
- Are probably NOT freeze-proof
- And have LITTLE OR NO WARRANTY compared to the Simple Pump’s LIFETIME WARRANTY.
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