Professional Sump Pump Installation and Repair
If there’s been a hard rain or bad storm and your basement is nice and dry, you can thank you sump pump! Your sump pump is located in your basement usually in the lowest area inside a sump pit. Water that might get into your house flows into your sump pit and your sump pump sends that water through pipes away from your home.
Even if your home isn’t prone to flooding, you need to have a working primary sump pump and a secondary sump pump. We can help you select the right sump pump for your home or make repairs to your current one.
Please call 612-354-8984 for quick and affordable sump pump installation and repair!
Sump Pump Installation
Sump Pump Repair
Don’t wait to find out your sump pump needs repair when water is backing up into your basement. The most obvious sign of trouble is water in your basement. However, there are some warning signs that might tip you off before that happens.
Signs Your Sump Pump Needs Repair
- Small amount of water in your basement
- Sump pump activates and there’s excessive noise
- Rust on the unit itself
- The smell mold or mildew (an unpleasant smell) near the sump pump
If you notice any of these signs or your sump pump is 10 years old (or older), you should consider a replacement. Please call our team to help 612-354-8984.
Sump Pump Installation
If you need to install a new sump pump, replace an old one, or add a secondary, find a local expert who can guide you through the process. Choose the right sump pump the first time and keep your home dry.
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Types of Primary Sump Pumps
Pedestal Sump Pump
This type sits above the basement floor and uses a floating arm to measure the water level and activate when needed. Pedestal sump pumps are accessible and fairly easy to install and repair.
Submersible Sump Pump
This type is installed below the basement floor and activates through a pressure sensor. Submersible sump pumps are below ground and can be trickier for install and repair.
Types of Secondary Sump Pumps
Secondary sump pumps are a different type of sump pump. You don’t simply install two of the same sump pumps and you need to make sure your secondary sump pump is battery powered and is indeed a designated back up.
When your secondary sump pump activates, it’s important to call an expert for repair or replacement of your primary!