SUMP PUMP INSTALLATION, REPLACEMENT & REPAIR SERVICES
Sump pumps are one of the most valuable plumbing devices in your home. Sump pumps remove excess water from basements. If your sump pump fails your basement could flood and cause an extensive amount of damage. A single inch of water in your basement could take hours to clean-up, cause serious structural damage to your home & lead to thousands of dollars in repairs. Schuler Service is the dedicated sump pump installation, maintenance & repair experts in Allentown, PA. Call us today at (484) 246-6405 to schedule your next sump pump installation & repair service.
Things to Consider –
- Your home may already have a sump pit in the basement. If a sump pit is present, then all that will be needed is a new sump pump replacement installation.
- A home that does not have a sump pit requires a professional who is able to retrofit a basement.
- Homeowners who have explored other options for keeping their basement dry will need to consider a installing a sump pump. Sump pumps are a great way to control the water that collects in your basement & protect the foundation of your home.
TYPES OF SUMP PUMPS
When it comes to installing a new sump pump, you have many options to choose from.
Pedestal Sump Pump –
This type of sump pump is often referred to as an upright sump pump. The pump motor is at the top of a column that is connected to the casing for the pump. A typical unit will sit above the sump pit and the basement floor. The motor needs to be placed above the floor, as it is not protected from damage that is caused by water.
Submersible Sump Pump –
A sump pump that is submersible will fit inside the sump pit. The motor for the unit is kept inside a watertight enclosure to protect it from damage. This type of sump pump detects the water levels. A submersible pump will not be seen when a cover is placed over the sump pit.
Water-Powered Sump Pump –
A sump pump that runs on water is a better option than a pedestal and submersible device. This device runs on well water or city water instead of electricity. If your home has the correct water pressure to run a water-powered sump pump, then this may be an option to consider. Another option is to install a water-powered backup. This will continue to power a conventional sump pump when the power goes out.
Battery-Powered Backup Sump Pump –
A sump pump with a battery backup will be able to continue running if the electricity goes out. Regular sump pumps will run on electricity and will stop running when the power stops. If a sump pump stops working, flooding will likely result. A battery-powered backup is designed to activate when the electricity goes out.
Service may be our last name, but it’s our first priority as your dedicated sump pump installation & repair experts in Allentown, PA. We provide same-day service & fast installation.
Schuler Service has been providing quality solutions for your plumbing, heating and kitchen and bathroom remodeling needs since 1923.