Sump Pump Repair
A sump pump is one of those household systems you rarely think about—until you need it. It’s usually found in a dark corner of the basement, in a hole called the sump pit. It’s designed to pump out water that collects in the pit, often as a result of flooding. And that makes it a very important item to maintain.
Like other major appliances, sump pumps should be inspected for wear and tear each year. Early spring is a good time. When the thawing from winter begins, the ground becomes saturated and it rains more often. This means your sump pump is working overtime, especially from March to May.
If you have experienced a drought recently, an inspection is even more critical. With the excess rain and snow melt that occurs during spring, your sump pump would not be used to working as much and problems could occur.
If your sump pump is in need of repairs, our professional plumbers have the expertise and tools to diagnose the problem and fix it right, the first time. Guaranteed.
Backup Sump Pump
Professionals should also check the back-up sump pump. If you do not have a back-up, look into investing in one. If the power goes out (which often happens during flooding rainstorms) or there is a failure in the main pump, the backup kicks in and can save you from expensive water damage.
Contact your local ARS®/Rescue Rooter® plumbing specialists by calling 866-399-2885 today for an annual inspection or for sump pump repairs.