Sump Installation

Sump Pump Installation Options


These kinds of pumps are air-cooled, more affordable, and are not susceptible to the same kind of damage as their submersible pump counterparts. They also last up to three times longer than submersible pumps.


Submersible pumps work within the pit below your basement leaving you plenty of free space for storage and use. They keep quiet and are typically more powerful, taking out water faster than pedestal units.


Most pumps come with 1/2, 1/3, or 1/4. At 1/2 horsepower, the pump is able to remove roughly 3,000 gallons of water per hour. How much horsepower you need depends on your basement's needs.

Cast Iron vs. Thermoplastic

Cast iron pumps are typically ten times stronger than thermoplastic, while thermoplastic ones are resistant to corrosion. Both options can last between five and seven years with routine maintenance.

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Benefits of Having a Sump Pump
  • Increase Property Value
  • Mold And Damage Prevention
  • Dampness And Humidity Control
  • Ensure Structural Integrity

Even if you live in a home in an area with very little chance of floods, it's still important to have the protection of a sump pump. You don't want the time you start considering purchasing one installed to be after your basement has flooded.