Whittaker Water Tech is a full service plumbing company specializing in residential and commercial water treatment systems and equipment. Our experienced, reliable technicians can help you with any of the services you see below:
Trust Whittaker Water Tech for quality plumbing service & installation throughout Northampton & Monroe counties.
No job is too big or too small for Whittaker Water Tech. From a leaky faucet, to plumbing your new bathroom addition, or anything in between you can count on us to get the job done right. Our expert technicians provide the most dependable products the industry has to offer. Don't stress over you plumbing problems, call Whittaker Water Tech, and let us help you with any of the follwoing services:
- Toilet repair & installation
- Bathroom plumbing
- Sinks & Faucets
- Garbage Disposal
- Frozen Pipes
- Sump Pumps
Call today to schedule your service (570) 992-2589
If you need hot water, you came to the right place. We sell only the best and service the rest! Do you really want the handyman or the commissioned sales guy advising you and installing your equipment? If not, call the water heating experts. You will be glad you did! We have both residential and commercial hot water engineering, repair and installation capability.
Tankless Water Heaters
On-Demand' type water heaters are becoming very popular and can can really supply 'endless hot water'. This type of equipment has very high fuel efficiency as well - as high as 96% fuel efficient. Brands include Takagi, Rinnai, Bosch, Navien, Buderus, Noritz, Rheem, and others
If your home is one of the 15 million households in America that receives water from a private well, you're responsible for the quality and maintenance of the system that delivers it to your home. The heart of your water delivery system is your well pump.
Your well pump lifts water from your well and delivers it to a pressure tank where it is stored until needed. When you turn on the faucet your well pump receives an electrical impulse and starts in order to replace the water that was used.
If you're experiencing problems such as decreased water pressure, dirty water, air or odd noises coming from the faucet, you may have a well pump problem. Unusually high electric bills may be a clue as well. This could indicate that your pump is running continuously to maintain water pressure. Anything that puts a strain on the pump can cause a premature failure.
Your pressure tank is an important part of insuring your water pressure is stablized. When your home’s water pressure drops it is likely there is a problem with your current pressure tank or you may need to install a pressure tank.
If you already have a pressure tank in place, one of the following circumstances may cause you to need pressure tank installation.
If you are experiencing issues with your water flow or your pressure tank is consistently cycling on and off, you may need pressure tank replacement or installation. The team at Water Doctor can help replace your pressure tank so that you can get your water pressure back to full capacity.
- A defective or failing pump will turn on and off rapidly. This can wear the pressure tank and pump out quickly. If your pressure tank is short cycling you need it looked at straight away.
- If your pressure tank is overheating this will cause it to stop working before you turn the faucet off. This can seem odd as it will start to work again once it has cooled off, then will stop again when it heats up.
- If your pressure tank bladder is damaged you will likely see a loss in water pressure or flow.
- Your pressure tank may become waterlogged, this will cause the pressure tank to stop working all together and there will be no water flow at all.
Water Filtration Systems
Why filter your drinking water?
For people who have their own wells, it is clear that filtering your own water protects you from harmful bacteria, cysts, VOCs and other harmful contaminants that water supplied by Municipalities are concerned with and often there are other minerals such as Iron that can affect the taste of your water from the well. For those who drink city supplied tap water there may be issues associated with chlorine that can affect the taste of the water and in fact there can be harmful contaminants that make their way into the city supplied water that are not always caught.
What's wrong with drinking Bottled water?
If you are drinking store bought bottled water, than adding a filter to your drinking water is an obvious choice. First, in the long run our filter saves you money. Secondly, buying water in plastic bottles can be bad for your health as numerous reports have shown and certainly is not good for our environment.