At Sheely Plumbing, we believe that those who work the land to feed us deserve the best service at the best price. That’s why we’re proud to offer expertly installed farm plumbing systems at an exceptional value to the men and women who keep us going. Whether it’s a water heater or a complete system design, call us, and we’ll be there for you.
Call Sheely Plumbing Inc. when you need water heater repair in Alto or Grand Rapids.
Our Agricultural Services
We strive to provide comprehensive farm plumbing systems and plumbing services to our farmers, including services such as:
- Designing agricultural plumbing systems
- Watering systems for livestock
- Water heaters
- Water softeners
- Water filters
- Water distribution systems
- Process piping
- Frost-free hydrants
- Tile work
- Livestock waterer installation
- And more
If you need agricultural plumbing services in the Alto, Greater Grand Rapids, or Western Michigan area, give us a call to find out what we can do for you!
The most common type of pumps are centrifugal because of their reliability; however, you can’t let them run dry, or else they’ll burn up.
To store large volumes of water, many experts recommend polyethylene tanks because of their longevity. However, some use pressure tanks, which creates continuous pressure from a well and eliminates the need for storage tanks.
Most farm applications do well with PVC piping, as it’s versatile for all of your main irrigation supply lines and is durable.
- Pressure Regulators
Many sprinkler systems have high-pressure tolerances, which sometimes require a pressure regulator for proper function.
Keep your drains free-flowing with our drain cleaning services.
Agricultural Pipe Fittings
As a farmer in the Alto and Grand Rapids area, water is the lifeblood of your livelihood. There are a variety of options for bringing in water to your irrigation or hydroponic system.
Many experts prefer PVC piping because of its longevity and durability. PVC handles the stresses of sudden pressure changes better than polyethylene or other materials. Also, in some conditions, PVC piping can last over 100 years without the need for replacement. Lastly, on a price-per-foot basis, PVC is a bit more expensive than polyethylene, but when you factor in the longevity and durability, it’s the better value by far.
If you’re unsure which piping is best for your irrigation needs, consult with one of our experts.