Sump Pump Repair, Replacement and Installation
The sump pump in your basement is the last thing on your mind until water starts coming in. A sump pump that is working properly will keep water off your basement floor, but no sump pump will last forever. It is very important to have your sump pump inspected at least once a year to make sure it is ready for the annual snow melt and spring rains. It is also a good idea to install a backup pump that runs on a battery or water pressure to ensure your basement stays dry, even without power.
Call Mitch The Plumber at 734-995-5063 for your annual sump pump inspection, to request a free sump pump replacement quote, or to discuss your sump pump backup options.
Common Signs of a Dying Sump Pump
A sump pump that is starting to fail may sound like it is running and could even be able to move small amounts of water. In many cases, everything seems fine until the sump pump's final moments of life. For this reason, it is very important to catch a sump pump on the way out before it dies. Checking your sump pump before the winter thaw and spring rains can potentially save you thousands of dollars in flood repair costs!