Walker Environmental are experts in providing plumbing, gas, and draining services in Queensland.
Fully QBCC licenced, we specialise in commercial pump service, repair, maintenance and installation.
We value our customers and we are committed to giving them the quality services that they deserve.
We also work with licensed and insured partners who are able to perform complex tasks.
We are committed to selling high-quality and reliable water pumps that deliver quality services.
We believe in the quality of our pumps and that is why all of them come with a manufacturer warranty.
So, if you are looking for high-quality water pumps that will serve you for a long time, then we have exactly what you are looking for.
Types of pumps we install, repair, and maintain.
Bore pumps, also known as borehole pumps, control water and liquid supply by extracting liquid from the borehole.
As a type of submersible pump, bore pumps are designed to be drilled into the ground where they then have access to water or liquid being contained in an aquifer.
A water booster pump helps increase the pressure and volume of water that flows from your faucet or shower head. Life with low water pressure is a nuisance.
Low water pressure can make simple tasks like bathing or brushing your teeth a hassle, but a booster pump may be the perfect solution.
Hot water circulators
A circulator pump is used to keep the domestic hot water circulating back to the production system (heat exchanger or water heating unit).
Care taken to minimise bacterial growth in the pipe system often makes it necessary to establish circulation of domestic hot water at a higher temperature.
An irrigation pump is a pump used for providing water to a section of land pumped from a lower to higher level.
This may be for aesthetic reasons, such as making sure a patch of grass stays healthy, or may be used on a farm, where a family's livelihood depends on irrigation.
A domestic household water booster pump is simply a pump system that increases water pressure and flow rate in your home.
These are small, modern pumping systems that are an easy one-day install and will make a difference every time you need water.
Storm water stations
A stormwater pump station is an intermediate collection tank for stormwater with a submersible pump at the bottom.
Instead of relying on gravity to cause the water to flow to the discharge point, the pump provides the additional pressure needed to overcome the difference in head pressure.
Sewer station pumps
Sewer pump stations are equipped with a large underground receiving tank, commonly referred to as a wet well, to collect the wastewater from homes and buildings sitting in low elevations.
An electrical pump is set to trigger once the wet well fills to a predetermined point over a period of time.
A home sewage treatment plant , also called a HSTP, is a device which treats both greywater and blackwater in the one place.
In principle, a HSTP is loosely based around a community sewage treatment system, however is suited to one home, as opposed to an entire street or area.