In the event of a natural disaster such as flooding, your sump pumps must be ready to take charge and prevent further damage. The functioning of a sump pump is simple; it collects all the flood water into the basin under the basement. The sump pump is installed to ensure that the flood water is prevented from getting to the foundation and cause a damage.
Since flooding cannot be predicted, that means the sump pump must always be in top shape all year round. Maintenance must be regularly carried out by our professionals to ensure it functions as needed.
Common Issues with Sump Pumps
1. Blocked Discharge Line
You cannot know the discharge line of your sump pump is blocked until flooding occurs. To prevent this occurrence, a maintenance by a professional is pertinent.
2. Incorrect Installation
Not every sump pumps is installed correctly. When there are issues with installation, the functioning will be faulty also. A professional must look into the sump pump to be sure that it is correctly installed.
3. Wrong Size
The sump pump size must be determined by the size of your structure from the ground floor. You must be sure that the sump pump is neither too big nor too small for your building.
4. Loss of Power
When there’s a natural disaster the power supply might be affected and this prevents the sump pump from working. Call on our professionals in recommending alternative and back-up power for your sump pumps.
You don’t have to wait till when flooding occurs before you look into your sump pumps. Our professionals are just a call away from you. They are ready to help avert a structural damage to your property.