A sump pump is an important part of any home. It works by moving water away from your basement to ensure your storage space, living area, and laundry room stays dry. Sump pumps also safeguard your home when the ice melts and high moisture levels threaten to leak through your home’s foundation.
When your sump pump malfunctions, the basin that houses it can overflow and flood the basement. Basement flooding can be very costly, so you must ensure your sump pump is in working order at all times. If you suspect you have a sump pump problem, we can help.
Our licensed experts have been providing dependable and affordable sump pump replacement services for many years now, and our satisfied clients can attest to the world-class service we provide. Don’t leave anything to chance. For all your sump pump replacement needs, trust only the experts at Rooter Ranger.
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Preventive maintenance is key to ensuring your pump works properly and lasts for a long time. A sump pump that works properly will engage, drain the basin, and disengage automatically.
However, even the most well-maintained sump pumps will only last around seven years. If the device is rarely used, its lifespan can be reduced further. Fortunately, if you need sump pump replacement, we’ve got you covered.
Our highly skilled and experienced professionals can replace your sump pumps fast and efficiently. They will also use the latest technology and techniques to ensure work is done properly and any future issues are avoided.
No one knows and understands sump pumps like we do. For all your replacement needs, leave the job to the hands of our experts. Schedule an appointment today and get world-class service at an affordable price.
Signs You Need a Plumbing Contractor
to Replace Your Sump Pump
An alarming 60 percent of homes in the United States have wet basements. If you have a soggy basement, the likely culprit is your sump pump – either it’s not working properly or can’t keep up with the amount of water that comes into the pit.
But how can you tell if the sump pump is the problem? Below are some of the warning signs that indicate it’s time to have your sump pump replaced:
Makes strange noises
If you hear loud sounds from your sump pump, it often indicates certain components might be worn out. Sometimes, it’s also a sign that something inside the sump pump is damaged. In most cases, the propeller or the fan are the culprits.
If you notice excessive vibrations from the sump pump, there’s likely a problem with the sump pump’s impeller. Replacing the sump pump is recommended if the damage is severe.
Won’t stop running
Cycles on and off repeatedly
There is visible rust or damage
The motor keeps sucking up sediments
The equipment is rarely used
The pump was not installed properly
Unless you have extensive experience and training, you should never take on the installation of your sump pump. If you bought a home with a sump pump, it would be best if you have it checked by our professionals.
They can assess if the equipment is working properly and is the right size for your home. If issues are discovered upon inspection, replacement might be recommended. Otherwise, you might deal with a crawl space mold problem.