Sump Pump Installation & Repair
Sump pumps sit under the water level, usually in a basement or where water usually accumulates and pumps it away to a place where it can do no damage, usually a sewer drain. If you have a lot of water that accumulates in or under your house, a sump pump can be a perfect solution. It will remove the water for you.
If you do have a sump pump and it is malfunctioning, we can come and take a look for you. Even if it is working fine, it is beneficial to have regular inspections and maintenance to ensure that there are no problems later on.
We have years of experience installing, replacing, and repairing sump pumps, so please give us a call if you have any questions.
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What's The Sump Pump Replacement Cost?
Sump pumps can cost anywhere from $45 for a basic pump to $600 for a heavy-duty one. If you have a sump pump installed, it is easy for us to take it out and replace it with a new one, and the labor costs can range from $100-$1,000, depending on the type of installation. If you do not have an existing installation, the cost of installing a new pump is going to be more.
The best way to get an accurate quote is to give us a call.
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Sump Pump Repair
If your sump pump is relatively new, but not working properly, it is usually best to have it repaired rather than replaced. Of course, this all depends on the type of problem. If the sump pump can be fixed in place, then you are not going to have to pay a lot. If the pump needs to be removed or there are big problems, it can get costly, but can still be cheaper than replacement.
You should always check to see if the pump is still under warranty before going ahead with any repairs, and we will always give a free quote while being upfront about any costs before starting the job.
No one wants to have to pay to get a faulty pump fixed, but it is an investment that is going to save money on costly home repairs.
Sump Pump Installation
If you have an old pump, it is usually more beneficial to have a new pump installed. Not only are new pumps more efficient but they are more durable too, and they will save you in times of need. With older pumps, it can also become more expensive to repair them than to replace them.
If you have no sump pump in your home but have water issues or threats of floods, then a sump pump can be an inexpensive solution to those problems.
Pump or not, we can come out and take a look before giving you a free quote on replacing an existing pump or installing a brand new one. With years of experience, we are the best value for money and there are never any hidden costs.
Most frequent questions and answers
A seep hole will allow air to seep out of the tank and, without it, the next sump pump cycle cannot start. If that happens, then your sump pump is not going to work properly. Without them, the air is going to become trapped in the pump.
Weep holes also increase the longevity of your pump. So, not only are seep holes essential to the operation of the sump pump, but they will keep the pump working for longer too.