“When I moved into my house on Water Street I made sure that the water pumps were placed on the ground floor. They had to be removed when I built my home.” John Whitlock says. “I really didn’t like the idea of having pipes and electrical wires running under the ground in my new neighborhood so that’s why I decided to take action before I had the chance to complain.
“It took a long time but Waterworks got it done,” he says. John was delighted when he found out that his water bills were going down as a result of using his new filtration system. He installed the units himself. “They came with great instructions and in two days I was done. Since then I have tried other systems but they did not work as well.”
John’s story is typical of many Warkworth residents who have replaced their old water pumps with the Warkworth rainwater pump. The Warkworth water pump collects rainwater runoff from the roof of your home and re-circulates it through your water heater, then into your home through the plumbing system. John’s system collects rainwater from his roof and re-circulates it again through the water heater, then into your home through the plumbing system. As a result of his new system John can now reduce his water bill by as much as 40%.
Today, more than any other time in history, people are making the switch from traditional, wood-burning water heaters to water pumps powered by electricity. “The older water heaters are not too energy efficient anymore,” says John. “When you have a water heater that takes a while to heat up water and then it stops, that means you have to run a lot of hot water. You can’t just turn it on and then off either.”
“The newer water pumps are much more energy efficient,” agrees David Mulder, president of Mulder Appliances in New York City. “That allows you to save money on your electric bill. The newer ones also use less natural gas, and less coal in the boiler. That means you have a little bit less carbon emissions in your air.” Of course, all of these savings are important, but water pumps are also very useful in your everyday life. For example, John’s friends always came to his house when he was a child, and now they too keep their own water pumps.
“I was one of those kids when my mom would set up the water pump for me in our backyard when I was a toddler. It was really cute to see all of my neighbors’ babies running around under the water pump,” says John. “Now I get to be the big kid in the house.” John’s friends now come to him for support when he needs some help installing or taking care of his water pump.
Water pump repairs at Warkworth are also something you can do on your own. There are plenty of people in Warkworth that love to fix things, and most of them are happy to share their experiences with curious new customers. If you don’t feel like talking up a storm about water pump repair in Warkworth, you can go to the community bulletin board and read up on local contractors. You might also check the yellow pages of your telephone directory for businesses in Warkworth that offer water pump repairs as well. If you are not able to find any contractors in Warkworth with this list of possible customers, you can also take a look online and check out the yellow pages for contractors in Warkworth. If you cannot locate any listed contractors, you can also check out your town’s phone book to see if any of your area’s water companies list their contact information there.
Warkworth is a great town for water pump repairs because the water lines tend to be so old-fashioned. There are so many water pumps and water lines out there, it’s hard to imagine someone living here without one. The first thing that you should do if you need a water pump repair in Warkworth is to call your local plumber. They will have the knowledge necessary to fix your water pump or water line and won’t cost you an arm and a leg.