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sump pump system


Sump pump system is used where basement flooding happens regularly and to solve dampness where the water table is the foundation of a home. We have sump pump system (the Zoeller M-53), a number one choice of professional basement waterproofers for more than 20 years that quietly collects water seepage.

We provide your sump pump in a stand inside the liner, keeping it off the bottom, where dust, mud, and debris can settle. An airtight lid keeps odors and humidity from rising out of the sump pit while keeping out the sound of the sump pump running.

If you have two pumps installed in the pit, we use two discharge lines to ensure that the pipes can handle the volume of the water being sent to them. clean gravel is used to fill the empty space around the sump pump system. This gravel discourages mud and debris from settling up against the sump pump.

You can always count on our professional choice of high-quality sump pump system that is made of high reliable cast-iron Zoeller sump pump, with 1-year manufacturer’s warranty, a gas-tight sump pit cover and floor drain, durable, structural foam basin lid and a packed with a trusted battery backup system


We jackhammer out the area where the canister will sit once digging out and removing both concrete and dirt we add the sump pump canister making sure it is flush with the ground so that it is not disturbing or in the way of the foundation floor.

Once added we level it and surround it with crushed rock to guarantee that the water coming through the perforated holes in the canister that no dirt shall follow. Once we have the canister in place we discuss with the customer on what or where the best place would be to run our pipeline to discharge the water out and away from your property


We take great pride in our work and are dedicated to providing you not only installing reliable sump pump system to your home but excellent service through the process. We have the experience it takes to find the source of your wet basement problem and design the ideal system to cure your wet basement

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  • How do I pump water off my basement?

    You do this by first attaching a garden hose or a sump hose to the fitting on the top of the pump and tie a nylon rope to the top of the pump. Remember most pumps have a place on top of the pump where you can tie the rope. Position the end of the hose away from the house on a grade where the water can drain into a gutter or storm sewer.

  • Why do I need a sump pump in my home?

    Without a working sump pump, basements can become severely flooded, resulting in damage to other appliances, items in storage. Even without flood conditions, sump pumps reduce the dampness that can lead to mold and mildew

  • What is the average age span of sump pump?

    The average lifespan of a sump pump is about 10 years, and they do eventually wear out afterwards.

  • How do I replace my sump pump?

    1 Remove the old pump.

    2 Unplug the sump pump and disconnect the discharge line entering it.

    3 Level the new pump. Make sure the new pump sits level in the pit and use plastic or composite shims to level if necessary.

    4 Connect the discharge line.

    5 Turn on the electricity.

    6 Plug the cord into a grounded outlet.

  • How do I fix my sump pump?

    Test your sump pump regularly to make sure it will operate when the next big downpour occurs.

    Test it by pouring a bucket of water into the sump pit. The pump should turn on, remove the water from the pit and shut itself off in a matter of seconds.

    Ensure that the float and the check valve move freely.

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