Our Plumbers Are Legends When It Comes to Keeping Basements Dry
In our line of business, horror stories about flooded basements and extensive water damage are fairly common. Between extreme weather, backed up sewers and burst pipes, there’s no shortage of ways for unwanted water to work its way into your property.
For many homeowners, sump pumps are the first line of defense against flooding in their basements and low-lying areas. These reliable systems are incredibly handy if an unexpected emergency crops up. Our Legendary plumbers install, repair and maintain these systems so you’re prepared when disaster strikes.
Sump Pump Installations
Our plumbers are Legendary when it comes to looking out for our clients. That’s why we always do a thorough inspection of your property before we begin installing your sump pump. Before we get to work, we want to locate the ideal location for your pump and determine how powerful it must be to meet your property’s demands.
Our Legendary team takes these steps to look out for our customers’ wallets. If you install a sump pump that’s too small, the system won’t be able to keep up with your flooding. If you choose one that’s too large, you’ll be paying for power you don’t need. We help our clients make the right decisions for their unique needs. If price is a concern, take a look at our promotions page<LINK TO: Promotions> to see if we’re offering coupons or discounts to assist with your sump pump installation.
Sump Pump Repairs & Replacements
Once your sump pump is in place, it should quietly do its job for about a decade. But like every other fixture in your home, it won’t last forever. Once you spot these warning signs, it may be time to call a Legendary plumber for a repair or replacement.
- Your sump pump runs constantly or is cycling on and off. Generally speaking, you should hear sump pumps hard at work after heavy rains and in the early spring when the ground thaws. If yours always seems to be running, it may be time to call a professional.
- Your sump pump is unusually noisy. Sump pumps hum when they’re working, but other noises signify something’s up. If you notice clacking noises or vibrations, a part may have broken loose.
- Your sump pit’s water looks rusty. The metal parts of your sump pump can corrode. The resulting rust can block the drain pipes your system relies on.
- Water is accumulating in your basement. This sign is pretty hard to miss. Most of the time, it means your motor failed or there’s an electrical issue.
Water in your basement is no trifling matter. To get started on your sump pump repair or installation, call us at 608-LEGENDS. We’re also available through our convenient online contact form.