Hi Guys I'm new here and would like to ask for your help on my well pump configuration. Simer Model No. 3110-P10 Shallow Well Jet pump 1HP 115/230V Maximum pumping capacity to 16.4 gallons per minute Flow at 10 feet and 40 PSI: 16.1 gallons per minute Dual voltage motor, 230/115 volt, is preset to 230v (Mine is set to 115V) Maximum shutoff pressure of 67 PSI 30-50 pressure switch Mine is set to (35-55) I also have some pictures of the plumbing configuration. I have used 3/4 pex, will this hinder my flow to get the 8.5 GPM to the iron filter in the house? What I have not changed yet is the line from the house to the Pump. I was going to dig a trench to my garage, lay Ø2" watertite non-metallic conduit which I can then snake the pex tubing into out to the well pump. My thought was that if the 3/4 pex was not big enough I could replace it with 1" without having to re digging the trench.(I hate digging). The garage is kept at about 47°F all winter just warm enough to keep the snow melted of my cars and keep stuff in the garage from being frozen like my paints and other stuff. I will filter the water with the Iron Filter then it will go thru a Water Softener and then into the house to the Manabloc Manifold which will distribute it to the tankless Hotwater heater and other faucets ect. ect. Also I added a second Check Valve after the pump but before the bladder tank, I read somewhere that these help with the hammering you get with some plumbing systems. This also why I went to pex because it is supposed to help eliminate the hammering sounds you get with some systems. I really need some direction here guys if anyone has any input that would help me get it right the 1st time I would be forever in your debt. Any and all feedback are welcome.