sump pump installation
Sump Pumps protect your home from flooding and unwanted
water by pumping out excess water out of your home.
why a sump pump?
One common need for a sump pump is if your basement is below the water table, which can cause leeching of water into your home during stormy weather.
In this situation a sump pump can be a much needed solution to cure your flooding problems.
A sump pump is never a solutions for a foundation leak or any kind of waterproofing need interior or exterior.
Keep your basement dry
Keep your basement dry!
Sump pumps are the heart of any waterproofing system. In many homes the sump pumps are old, unreliable and create moisture and health problems in the basements or crawlspaces. Replacing an inefficient and unreliable sump pump with a new efficient, high capacity sump pump, in combination with a sealed interior waterproofing or drainage system will increase the value of your home as well as create a healthy living space.
Is a Sump Pump Necessary?
A sump pump is a great addition or upgrade to your basement. Do not risk your basement flooding due to out of date, unreliable, sump pumps. Trust a quality waterproofing contractor to install an efficient and reliable sump pump to keep your basement or crawlspace dry and healthy.
A quality sump pump system, in conjunction with a sealed basement waterproofing system, will keep your basement dry all the time.
Primary Sump Pumps
Your primary sump pump is your first line of defense against basement water. The sump pump’s job is to remove any water that collects in the sump basin or pit. These pumps have a float system that tells it when to turn on and off.
Battery Backup Sump Pumps
When it comes to protecting your home from water, two is always better than one. Battery backup pumps provide protection against flooding when your power goes out. During the worst of the spring storms, power is often lost, shutting down your old sump pump system. In these cases a battery backup sump pump will automatically turn on and provide flood protection for your basement until power is restored.