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The water was left on in my barn recently and ran the spring down. It did recover in 4 hours. Spring is turn of century and redone in 1969 with 5 ft tiles, 3 deep. During inspection with excavator for Rehab of area, an old pump was on the ground next to it, a Goulds 1/3 hp, year code C83, according to neighbor who helped change once, guess is that is last change of a submersible pump, 25 to 30 years ago. Ive been here 14 years. Run to house is level to slight downhill, 275 to 300 ft away, pressure tank in basement. For ease of install and monitoring, would it be wise to swap out submersible for jet pump? I have great pressure now and dont want to lose that. The noise factor is a concern so possible to install in detached garage where lines run through. If not, what submersible pump should I install next? Thoughts to have on hand until present pump dies.