Eastern Pennsylvania Well Pumps*
Because private wells aren’t tied in to a city or municipal water source, you’re on your own when it comes to dealing with any well or well pump problems. Like any other piece of machinery, well pumps can become damaged or gradually wear down over time, eventually requiring repair or replacement. In the Scranton, Allentown, and Bethlehem area, the place to call for well pump repair or replacement is Resolve Rooter. Our years of experience mean that you will get a skilled technician and first rate customer service.
Well Pump Repair & Service in The Scranton, Allentown, and Bethlehem area
Your well pump is a hard working machine, but because it operates behind the scenes, it is exactly the kind of thing that many people take for granted and wind up neglecting. Over time, a well pump will start to wear down and eventually need repair. The best way to avoid having to make major repairs or replace the unit altogether is to take care of routine repairs quickly.
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If it has been a while since anyone looked at your well pump, it is recommended that you call in a skilled Allentown plumber who can inspect the whole unit for potential problems. They can then make routine repairs, replace worn parts, inspect the power supply for efficiency and tighten or replace any fittings that may have come loose with repeated wear. Taking care of these small repairs right away can prevent much bigger headaches later on.
Well Pump Replacement
Even with diligent attention and prompt repair, sometimes well pumps still need to be replaced. This is usually because the needs of the household have exceeded the capabilities of the pump. For example, if you live in a home with one bathroom, you need a well pump with the capacity to pump about 7 gallons per minute (GPM). However, as your family grows, you may need to add a full or half bathroom, which would necessitate a larger capacity pump. Generally, a home requires about 7 GPM of capacity per full bathroom, so a two bathroom home would need a pump with twice the capacity of that original 7 GPM pump.
Beyond growing needs, well pumps may also fail or become damaged to the extent that they can no longer be repaired and must be replaced. This can be due to acute damage such as that caused by severe weather, or it may just become worn with age.
If you live in the eastern Pennsylvania area, whether it be in Allentown, Scranton, or Bethlehem, the solution to all of your well pump repair and replacement problems is Resolve Rooter. Our experienced professionals will quickly handle your well pump repair or replacement job with minimal disruption to your daily routine.
You should not have to cope with a broken or poorly functioning well pump. If your unit is in disrepair, acting up, or you just know it’s so old it has to be on its last legs, give one of our Scranton area plumbers a call today. We can inspect the pump and make any necessary repairs, or quickly replace the unit if that is what is needed.
* We are currently only licensed to service well pumps in the state of Pennsylvania.