Well Pump & Pressure Tanks
A private water well affords low-cost, clean and fresh water on-demand and without all the unknown factors present in a municipal water system. Unfortunately, this independence also means you are left on your own to repair and maintain your well system. The responsibility of fixing and maintaining water well pumps, particularly when water suddenly stops flowing, can seem like a daunting and perplexing task. For well pump repair and pressure tank repair in Clifton Township, PA, call Freedom Flow Plumbing and Heating Services, your plumbing and heating servants. We arrive quickly after your call and we work hard to ensure your plumbing needs are met as fast as possible without sacrificing the quality of our work. Dial (570) 468-8217 to speak with our pros today!
Well Pump Repair in Clifton Township, PA
We at Freedom Flow Plumbing and Heating Services are experienced in all types of well pumps, and we will quickly arrive to diagnose and repair your well pump to return water flow to your home. We are proud to sell cyclestop valves, which work in tandem with your well pump and pressure tank to maintain a constant level of pressure as you use the various faucets within your home. To learn more about cyclestop valves, please visit their website.
Cyclestop valves are excellent for preventing short-cycling of a pump, which can drastically shorten its working life. By improving water pressure and improving the life of your pump, cyclestop valves are an excellent investment.
If you need well pump repair services in Clifton Township, PA and the surrounding areas, then please consider Freedom Flow Plumbing and Heating Services. Call (570) 468-8217.
Pressure Tank Repair
A pressure tank contains a bladder which is surrounded by pressurized air. As you use water throughout your home, the air forces water out of this bladder to ensure an adequate flow of water at the faucet. Most pressure tanks are pre-charged with air at the factory and will require recharging occasionally. Pressure tanks help maintain the desired range of water pressure, can help to minimize pump cycling, and can help prevent water hammer from damaging your pipes.
Water hammer occurs when moving water suddenly stops, as when a faucet is turned off. If the flow of water is moving fast enough, this sudden stop creates a shockwave that feeds back and puts immense pressure on the pipes. In conventional plumbing, this can be heard as a knocking or hammering noise and can break pipes altogether if the pressure is great enough.
If you need well pump repair and pressure tank repair in Clifton Township, PA, then call Freedom Flow Plumbing and Heating Services today at (570) 468-8217! We guarantee a fast response time and a professional level of workmanship.