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NH and ME Water: Advance Pump & Filter has you covered!

Our Water Specialties in New Hampshire include: Water Testing, Water Filter and Softener Installation and Service, Arsenic Filter Systems, Radon Bubble Up Systems, Well Pump Installation and Service, Pressure Tank Installation and Service, Booster Pump Installation and Service, and Certified Operator of Public Water Systems. We also provide installation and service to systems in southern Maine.
Advance Pump & Filter, in business since 1977, is a family owned, local business located on Route 125 in Lee, New Hampshire. Based on honesty, integrity and hard work, we offer New Hampshire water testing, New Hampshire well pump installation and service, as well as New Hampshire water filter and softener service in the New Hampshire counties of Strafford County, Rockingham County, Merrimack County, and Carroll county and York county in Maine. Our licensed and insured employees include veterans, college graduates and folks who grew up in the industry. We offer veteran, first responder, and senior discounts. Our New Hampshire water services are available 7 days per week.


What's New at Advance Pump

A Piece of Well Pump History

The crew pulled this piece of well pump history out of a well in Rochester, NH the other day! At first we had no idea what it was until we called our resident well water historian, Butch, who…
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Advance Pump & Filter Co. selected as The Small But Mighty Business of the Month July 2022

A big thank you to The Chamber Collaborative of Greater Portsmouth for selecting Advance Pump & Filter Co. as The Small But Mighty Business for July 2022. We are proud to serve the greater…
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The Holidays at APF: Fun, Togetherness, and Giving

WIN - WIN! On Friday afternoon, our team had a Holiday Event (hosted by Portsmouth Team Building) which was fun AND charitable. We started with some trivia games and discovered that Billy clearly has…
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What to do about PFC’s in my home’s water?

News reports about PFC’s being discovered in both public and private wells at several locations well above the levels in the EPA’s Provisional Health Advisory have raised the level of concern…
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