We offer the following services for Sump pumps & Ejector Pumps in Algonquin, Illinois.
- Install the battery backup systems
- Full sump pump maintenance service & regular inspections
- Sump and ejector pump installations
- Service of Zoeller and other major Sump Pump brands
Sump Pump Inspection & Sump Pump Maintenance Algonquin
Do you know when you last had your sump pump or ejector pump inspected? We recommend having your system inspected and maintained annually. This is especially true given how many heavy rains we have been having this year. MAS Plumbing is here to take the hassle out of sump pump maintenance. During our maintenance visit, one of our highly trained plumbers will clean and repair all critical components of your sump pump system including the intake screen, the discharge pipe, and the vent hole to ensure there are no obstructions. We will also check all of your system’s cords and wires. For a FREE quote
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Reliable Sump Pump Backup System Installation in Algonquin
At Mas Plumbing Inc., we believe in having a solid backup plan. That is why we recommend that you protect your home with our Emergency Battery Back-Up Sump Pump system. This system will better protect you against flooding in the event your sump pump fails or if your home loses electrical power during heavy storms. A battery powers the Battery Back-Up Sump Pump system so it can pump water out of your basement even if your primary sump pump system fails. Depending on your sump pump’s capacity, a backup battery typically costs between $300 and $600. With just one heavy storm, these backup systems pay for themselves with all the money you save by preventing water damage.
Common reasons for Sump Pump failure
There are many things that can cause your sump pump to fail. Just like other mechanical devices, sump pumps require a power source. If something disconnects that power source, such as a power outage, your sump pump will not work without a backup source. Like many appliances, sump pumps start to wear out with age and usage. In many instances, various circumstances can cause the sump pumps to cycle constantly, eventually burning out. Below are the most common reasons for sump pump failure:
- Sump Pump that has been overworked
- Frozen or Clogged Lines
- Power Outages
- Incorrect Installation
- Little to no maintenance
- Clogged Pumps
- Stuck Switches
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