First thank you to this great community of plumbers and experienced tradesmen, it has helped me a lot in the past. Long explanation, so please bear with me. I'm located in central California, and our well pressure tank developed a pinhole leak. We had a local well company come and replace our pressure tank. We put in a new pad next to the old tank and upgraded the tank size. The billing was labor and parts. After looking at how they hooked the tank to the existing well and house plumbing I am concerned at the amount of fittings and parts that were used. Just seems like a leak waiting to happen and unnecessary parts cost. I have attached pictures to explain what I am talking about. All of the pipe and fittings between the tank and the gate valve on the right and the white PVC coming out of the ground on the bottom are the pipe they installed. All of the pipe from the compression coupling on the pump side to the tank are also new. Should I be concerned on how they did the connections and lack of pipe support? It seems like they could have gotten longer sections of galvanized and threaded it to save on couplings. They have already had to come out twice to fix leaks and created a new leak in the old pipe by the gate valve that I have to have another plumber come and fix as they won't touch the old work. Any advice would be helpful. I like the customer service and am happy with the company overall, but am concerned about the workmanship on this particular job. Thank you for your help in advance!