Occasionally, gravity requires that sewage pumps be used in addition to any existing city pipelines in order to force sewage out of your home and into the sewage system. This is most common with underground bathrooms, or in homes whose lots slope downwards.
There are many sewage pump systems on the market, and many work very well, but like all machines, they may eventually fail. And when that happens, they can cause all sorts of unpleasantness, not least of which is a flooding basement.
When the worst happens you can trust DRAINPRO to come to your rescue.
Sewage Pump Repair and Replacement
Replacing a sewage pump is a complex operation. It is usually best left to professional plumbers, like DRAINPRO, because of the necessity to ensure proper connection to the city’s sewer line.
DRAINPRO will do the entire job, and do it right the first time. We always keep a spare sewage pump in our truck, so we don’t need to make supply runs. You can trust us to stay until the job is done. And with our same day service on most plumbing jobs, you’ll be up and running in no time at all.
Note: if flooding has risen to levels where water comes into contact with outlets or baseboard heaters do not touch the water. Our experienced team will ensure there is no risk of electrocution and complete the repair. Contact us for 24/7 emergency plumbing repair.
Sewage Pump Inspection
Since they are an essential part of your plumbing set up, we recommend that sewage pumps be inspected at least once a year.
Regular inspection and maintenance of sewage pumps can extend their life. Get the most out of your pump; call DRAINPRO.
Contact us to arrange for an estimate today!