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Good pump, runs great, runs relatively quiet. In my video review it sounds really loud, but that's because my camera's microphone is right in front of it. It's not that loud. Once the cabinet doors are closed, it's just low-level back round noise in the house when it kicks on.
Piece of advice; there's two, quarter inch plugs on the front of pump... take them out, remove and reapply the Teflon tape and re-tighten. They leaked on me during my initial start up.
My old pump was a very expensive convertible Simer jet pump that the previous owner had bought and installed, and I wouldn't have replaced it except I accidentally let it freeze and the housing cracked (which is why I moved this installation inside under my cabinets). The Simer pump was high quality and definitely worth what the previous owner paid for it. The point I'm coming to here is... this pump, so far, out performs the Simer and this one is less than half the cost. It's quieter, gives more pressure, and fills the bladder tank a lot faster than the Simer did. They're both 1/2 HP 115V pumps. I'm very impressed.
The true test will come over time. If in the future I run into any issues, I'll update.
*Two Thumbs Up*
P.S. for the do-it-yourselfers
I've never done any kind of plumping work or messed with any kind of well water system before. I did a little book and internet research before starting and what you saw is the result. If I can do it, anyone can :)