Sump Pumps & Ejector Pumps
Sump Pumps & Ejector Pumps
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Sump Pump & Ejector Pump Service
These days, when it seems like we’re getting so much more rain in shorter periods of time than ever before, working sump pumps are absolutely critical. Remember, all pumps will fail eventually, so it is important to perform routine checks and maintenance on a regular basis. If you lose power frequently, a back-up system is highly recommended. Our company also installs ejector pumps for any bathroom or floor drain you have in your basement.
Full Sump Pump Maintenance Service available
Sump and ejector pump installations
Zoeller & Other Major Brands available
Battery Backup System Installation
Emergency service available 24/7
Flat Rate pricing
Frequently asked questions
All homeowners understand that having unwanted or excess water entering their home due to flooding, heavy rains, and waste water is bad, however many do not understand the difference between Sump Pumps & Ejector Pumps. This can lead to confusion regarding which system their home currently has, and what system might actually be needed.
Here are a few of the most frequently asked questions we receive.
What is the difference between a sump pump and an ejector pump?
Though both systems main funtion is to pump out excess water from where it doesn’t belong; they do NOT serve the same purpose. Sump pumps are in homes and businesses to remove excess water from flooding wherease a sewage ejector pump is used more for wastewater removal. In fact, sewage ejector pumps are only generally installed in homes which have plumbing fixtures running below the main sewer line.
Do I need a sump pump?
Though not generally a “CODE” requiremnt, a sump pump is a highly recommended line of defense against flooding and unwanted water damage. Given the climate and the frequency of heavy rain falls, sump pumps are needed more than ever.
Do I need a battery backup system?
Again, though not demanded by code, we highly recommend the addition of a batter back up system. The logic is quite simple, the majority of the time that your sump pump is operating is in times of storms. If your home loses power during the storm your sump pump will not continue to work without a batter backup.
What is the lifespan of a sump pump?
When a sump pump has been maintained well it’s lifespan should generally last 8-10 years.
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