We Keep Your Sump Pump Working
Sump pumps are often forgotten about until they malfunction. Be proactive and have your sump pump serviced or replaced by one of our knowledgeable technicians so you aren’t caught without one in the next heavy rainstorm.
What is a Sump Pump?
A sump pump is a device that reroutes water out of the lowest area of your home to another location. Sump pumps work when water rises in a basin to a predetermined level, which activates a float switch. The water is then vacuumed up through a tube and is discharged outside—usually to a storm drain or well. A properly functioning sump pump is critical during heavy rainstorms, in basements that are at risk for flooding, and in areas with high water tables.
Z PLUMBERZ recommends having your sump pump evaluated each year to look for signs of wear & tear or unit failure. Don’t DIY this one—it’s best to let a professional handle sump pump repairs. We can install or replace your old sump pump on the same day so you won’t have to wait.
Backup Sump Pump
When it storms, power outages are likely. When your power goes out and your sump pump doesn’t have a backup, you’ve got a real problem on your hands. Plan ahead to avoid a flooded basement and costly water damage to your home or property. Z PLUMBERZ can show you many options such as submersible and pedestal units as well as electric or water pressure powered backup sump pumps. We ensure your unit continues to work even when the power goes out.
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Call Z PLUMBERZ now at 1-833-786-7928to schedule your sump pump repair, replacement, or installation.
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