How Sump Pumps Work

A sump pump installation starts with digging a pit in your basement or the lowest point of your home. The pit itself is what is called the sump. The pump is then installed either in or directly above the sump, with a pipe leading from the pump out of the house.

When water infiltrates this area, it will naturally flow downhill and into the sump. Then, when the water level gets high enough, the sump pump will activate and pump all the excess water out of your home.

Are You in Need of a Sump Pump Replacement?

The professional installation of your sump pump is vital to its operational success. Professional services can make the difference between a sump pump that works effectively and efficiently, and one that breaks down right when you need it the most. To give you and your household the confidence you deserve, be sure to call in the pros for your sump pump replacement or new pump installation.

Of course, you may be wondering why you would need a sump pump replacement. But just like any other system, sump pumps don’t last forever. If yours requires frequent repairs, or if it has broken down, then it’s going to be a good candidate for replacement. In many cases, it actually makes more economic sense to replace the sump pump rather than repair it. Our team is happy to take care of this service for you!

Efficient Sump Pump Maintenance and Repairs

The best way to prevent the worst of repairs is to be proactive and schedule sump pump maintenance on a routine basis. Our service professionals will make sure during your maintenance appointment that your sump pump has all it needs to perform at its best, at all times. We’ll routinely clean out your sump and ensure that the device works as it should.

Of course, even with appropriate maintenance, there can come a time where sump pump repairs are necessary. Ultimately, whether you’re in need of repairs or not will depend on the amount of use, and subsequent wear and tear that your sump pump endures—which depends largely on weather and plumbing conditions throughout the years. Contact us today for any sump pump questions you may have.