A sump pump can be a worthwhile investment if you live in an area with poor natural drainage. If you have one, it can help ensure your basement and crawling space stays dry during heavy rainfalls. However, sump pump failure is not uncommon. Some of the most prevalent issues include:
- Restricted float
- Back up or primary pump not working
- Water not discharging or pumping properly
- Dead backup battery
- Clogged or frozen discharge lines
- Unusual noises (when the motor is running)
If you need sump pump repair, we are the company to call. Our experienced sump pump plumbers will be there in minutes to diagnose the issue and get things up and running in no time. Our plumbing professionals are trained in the latest techniques, so leave this complex job to their capable hands.
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Sump pumps work by extracting water from homes to prevent flooding. These devices are typically placed in the basement. It comes with a sump basin that collects the excess water. It also has a pump that takes the water out. This device also has a floating switch that alerts the pump when the basin is full, so the water is removed.
The average sump pump can last for a decade, depending on how well it is looked after. This device gives you peace of mind knowing your property is protected from damage and flooding during heavy rainfall and severe storms. Preventive maintenance is the key to ensuring your device stays in peak condition for a long time.
A functioning device will engage automatically, drain the basin, and disengage. If you notice anything unusual, give us a call right away. We will send our expert and certified plumbing professionals your way to check if sump pump repair is required. Don't wait before the next big rainstorm. Call our plumbing experts now!
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One of the most important parts of the device is the impeller. It works like a propeller, but it pulls things toward it. The impeller can get damaged if hard debris makes its way to the device. If the impeller blades get damaged, it would be difficult to bend them back into place.