Well Pumps

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Well water is essential for many rural homeowners in Pennsylvania. From cooking and cleaning to drinking and irrigation, our certified and insured plumbers understand how critical safe and reliable well water is. Elek Plumbing can install and maintain jet, submersible, and specialty pumps designed to meet your specific needs.

Call Elek Plumbing at 610-432-7001 to schedule well pump services in Northampton, Lehigh, or surrounding counties.

Allentown Well Pump Repairs

When your well pump malfunctions, the Elek superstars can help. Over time, pumps and tanks can fail, and when they do, our well pump specialists can promptly diagnose and repair the cause of the problem. We offer a full range of well pump services, including 24/7 emergency well pump repairs

We can resolve a full range of well pump issues, including:

  • Low or no water pressure
  • Low water production
  • Short-cycling pump
  • Faulty pump or pump controls
  • Air in the lines
  • Cracked pump housing

Contact Elek Plumbing at 610-432-7001 to schedule fast, reliable well pump services in the Lehigh Valley area.

Our Features & Benefits

Our wells are customizable to both well depth and casing diameter and offer exceptional features and benefits, including:

  • Overload protection to prevent motor burnout
  • Booster to increase PSI dry-running protection
  • High flow velocity
  • Variable-speed motors
  • Soft starts to reduce wear & tear
  • Energy-efficient design
  • Stainless steel parts
  • Integrated water treatment systems

Well Pump Maintenance in Allentown & Bethlehem, PA

We can perform annual inspections and preventative maintenance to keep your well pump in excellent condition. We can monitor well performance and calibrate your pump to deliver the clean, steady flow of water you depend on.

Our teams have the skills and expertise to perform accurate flow tests, water quality analyses, valve checks, and electrical system tests.

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Well Water Quality Testing

It’s imperative to regularly check the quality of the water flowing through your well. At Elek Plumbing, our free water analysis evaluates your water supply for minerals, bacteria, nitrates, and local contaminants that could harm your family’s health and damage your plumbing systems and appliances. 

When the test is complete, we’ll evaluate the results, and our water treatment specialists can recommend filtration systems that will effectively remove pollutants and render your water safe and odorless. 

Call 610-432-7001 to learn more about the importance of periodic testing or schedule well water quality testing in the Allentown area.

Why Choose Elek Plumbing?

For over a century, Elek Plumbing has proudly served clients in Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton, and surrounding areas in Pennsylvania. We can help whether you need water quality testing, well pump repair, installation, or replacement. We can help filter and soften water, balance pH levels, clarify the color and taste of your water, and more. 

We adhere to strict quality standards and use only industry-approved techniques and state-of-the-art technologies to service your well pump systems. Plus, we’re available 24/7 to provide emergency repairs throughout the area.

Call 610-432-7001 to schedule well pump services in Allentown, Easton, or surrounding areas.

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Proudly Serving Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton & Surrounding Areas Since 1913

Lehigh County | Northampton County | Berks County
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Proudly Serving Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton & Surrounding Areas Since 1913

Lehigh County | Northampton
County | Berks County |
Bucks County

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