Sump Pump Services

Sump pumps are an important part of your home’s foundation. If you don’t have a sump pump your basement can easily fill-up with water at any time. It may be because of a storm or from sewage seeping into the water table. Whatever the cause, having a sump pump installed in your basement can save you from thousands of dollars in damage.

Sump pumps pull water out of your basement and discharge it into your yard, preventing it from damaging your basement, furnishings, and other items you may keep in your basement. If you notice dampness in the walls or floors of your basement, that means there’s a problem with the sump pump – and it’s time to call a plumber. Don’t wait until you have major water damage to find out that you need a professional service.

Sump pumps are only as effective as the maintenance that goes into them. To perform their designated task of keeping your home dry, sump pumps need to be well maintained and serviced annually.

Superior Sump Pump Installations

The location for your sump pump should be determined by the grade of your lot and the amount of rain that falls in the neighborhood. It should be located as low as possible, but no lower than 1 foot below the lowest interior floor level. Sump pump installation should be done with a check valve to prevent contaminated water from flowing back into the basement and getting pumped out again.

Consider Investing In A Quality Sump Pump Installed By An Expert. It Will Save Time And Money. Call us today to speak with one of our expert technicians about our sump pump services in Calgary. We can be reached at (403) 333-3286.

Frequently Asked Questions

How Does A Sump Pump Work?
A sump pump is basically a water pump that takes water out of a pit located beneath your home's foundation. As the pit fills with water, the pump activates to pump the water out of the pit and away from your home's foundation.
What Sump Pump Do I Need?
There are a number of different sump pump options when it comes to choosing a sump pump, but the first question you'll need to answer is: what size? This can be somewhat challenging to determine without knowing the dimensions of your particular system. Generally, 1/3 HP pumps and smaller units can be attached directly to the discharge pipe from your water heater.