Hello everyone. I am a bit of a rookie when it comes to plumbing, but I can usually figure things out. That being said, I am kinda stuck here. I built a cabin and I am doing all of the plumbing myself. I am working on a budget, and my family is living in the cabin while I build it. We have been living here for about a year and a half and I finally got water ran to a kitchen sink. I am going to post a diagram of what I have done from the well pump to the sink. The problem I am having is that for some reason, a couple times a day I have to go to the well and turn on the water at the spigot for a second to get the pump to kick on. If I had to guess, I would say that the pressure switch isn't flipping, but I have adjusted the "kick on" pressure as low as it will go. I had a 1-way spring valve between the freeze proof spigot and the cabin, and thought maybe that was holding too much pressure so I removed it. That didn't help. The well is about 75' deep, and the elevation change from the pressure tank to the cabin is an additional 150' or so. Also, the 1" PEX running from the pressure tank to the cabin is about 350' long. Is it possible that the weight of the water in the pipe is putting too much pressure on the switch and not allowing it to kick on? If so, aside from adjusting the switch, what else can I do? Any help you can offer is very much appreciated!