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April Showers Bring May Flowers, Right?

Even if those showers do bring flowers, they also bring flooding, and that is anything but exciting.

Certainly you don't want to spend the days after a storm worried about a flooded crawl space. That's why you need a sump pump!

Choosing Your Sump Pump

These mechanisms help avoid the disasterous aftermath of storms by pumping water out of your space. But, there are a number of different factors that go in to choosing the right one for your home:

Choosing between single or dual power.
Deciding whether or not you want a battery backup installed. (We suggest it!)
Choosing between a pedestal or submersible pump.
Figuring out which power standard you need: 1/2, 1/3, or 1/4.

Alarm System

Different Parts of Your Sump Pump

This custom feature will alert you if your sump pump does not turn on when water reaches a certain level in your crawl space.

Pump Stands

If there's one thing you have to know about your sump lid it's that it should be kept airtight at all times. This is to ensure that no moisture or odors escape the pump, and to keep animals from getting in.

Discharge Line Protection

Your discharge line is what allows your system to pump water out of your crawl space. If it gets damaged in any way, it obviously becomes less effective. That's why we suggest having discharge line protection! You know you'll always be covered.

Sump Liner

The sump liner serves a number of different purposes. It helps make sure your pump doesn't cycle on and off too frequently and keeps it from failing prematurely. All in all, the liner keeps the pump working smoothly.

Sump Lid


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These stands prevent any built up siilt from getting into your system and keep the pump off of the liner.

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