Sump Pump Installation
TYPES OF SUMP PUMP
When choosing a sump pump for your home, there are generally two main pump types. They include:
- Submersible pumps:
Submersible sump pumps are large, cumbersome equipment directly installed into the sump pit and operate while submerged. They work more quietly than pedestal pumps due to their location in a pit but are often more costly and challenging to maintain.
Pedestal pumps are long, vertical devices with the pump motor located at the top and the intake device, or impeller, situated at the bottom. Though they’re affordable and have manageable upkeep, plumbers don’t prefer it as it seems to be less reliable. Additionally, they are noisier, as the motor is mounted above the sump pit.
How do our plumbers install a Sump Pump?
Installing a sump pump isn’t the most DIY-friendly of projects. You don’t want to risk triggering a flood in the basement or messing up the rest of your home’s plumbing by installing a sump pump. When you need to replace a sump pump, you should hire a plumber for pump installation.
1. Site Selection and Preparation
2. Positioning of the Sump pump
3. Testing of sump pump's float valve
4. Connecting the exterior hose/pipe to the valve
5. Inspecting and testing the sump pump for leakage.
6. Sealing the area around the sump pump
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