Protect your family, your home, and your belongings with a sump pump that will assist you in times of need during storms, heavy rain, and snow melting.
If your home is susceptible to water, has cracks in the foundation or you live in a flooding prone area, a sump pump could be your best friend come next big storm. In today’s day and age where it seems, we have a “500-year storm” every few years, it’s better to be prepared before you need it.
How Does a Sump Pump Work?
A sump pump works to drain any rising water out of your basement before it becomes a problem. It’s installed in the lowest part of your home (typically the basement) where a sump pit is dug. A sensor on the pump indicates when the water level in the pit rises and activates the pump. Once turned on, the pump pulls water out of the pit and releases it away from your home.
Why Should You Have a Sump Pump?
Water damage not only ruins your property and possessions, but it can affect the structural integrity of your home. A simple solution like a sump pump will help you avoid the significant and expensive damage a flooded home can cause.
With hurricanes and storms passing through New Jersey more often, you may even consider installing a backup sump pump. This will ensure that if you lose power, or the first pump fails, you and your home will still be covered.
Flood Protection with Sump Pump Installation & Replacement in NJ
Our plumbing experts can install a new sump pump or replace your existing one to ensure your home is protected against the next big storm. Our plumbers are expertly trained and get the job done right, the first time. We strive to be the most reliable, honest plumber in the South Jersey area and will give you a fair and reasonable price every time. Whether it is a new install, replacement, or you’re investing in a back-up system, you can rest safely during any storm knowing you’re protected by your sump pump and our one-year labor warranty along with our workmanship guarantee.
Don’t let flooding damage your New Jersey home. Protect your family and property by making sure your basement has a working sump pump installed.