Backup Sump-pumps, Just in Case
A Smart Investment in Protection Against Water Damage
Even if you have a sump-pump installed, mechanical failures in the sump pump may cause water backup problems. Heavy rainfall can also attribute to overloading a sump-pump, forcing it to overflow onto your floor. For this reason, a backup sump-pump is a wise investment.
A backup pump can run off of your property’s supplied power, with no worry of a battery running out. If your property frequently takes in a lot of water from rainfall or structural problems, a secondary pump will manage the extra load. In backup configurations, two discharge pipes are typically used. Backup sump-pumps are ideal for this sort of situation.
Battery-powered Backup Sump-pumps
Some high-quality backup systems, designed specifically for basements and crawl spaces, can run even in the event of a power outage. These battery-powered systems can pump 3 to 5 times more water out on one charge than an alternate sump pump power source. A good backup sump pump could pump more than 10,000 gallons of water with one charge.
We offer replacement and new installation services of various types of backup sump-pumps.