Your sump pump has one purpose: to keep away the water from the outside. It's no surprise that a failed sump pump causes more damage than almost anything else in the house: rain water, snow, and underground water now become guests in your house. Your floors, walls, and furniture get wet, then moldy.
We prefer you keep your house mold-free. We carry top brand sump pumps on our trucks at all time and have mastered the art of sump pump replacements!
Our plumbers are well versed in the world of sump pumps and can also help you with your backup sump pump system, utility pump, battery, and your ejector pump.
If you hear funny sounds coming from the motor of the pump or if you see the water in the sump pit but the pump is not working it's a good sign that the pump is having problems and you that you may be one step from a disaster. Have a licensed plumber inspect the pump immediately and suggest a proper solution.
If your sump pump is older than 10 years we suggest that you have a licensed plumber inspect it and see if it needs to be replaced. A sump pump is the kind of equipment that is best to upgrade a year earlier than a year later. It's also much cheaper than dealing with the flood damage in your basement!
Water in your basement
This is clearly an emergency. If you see the water is overflowing the sump or if it's already flooding your basement you need to act immediately and have a licensed plumber replace or repair your pump.