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Sump Pump Repair & Installation in San Diego
Sump Pump Services in La Jolla & Surrounding Areas
If your sump pump is not working, you need to call a plumber right away. The water in your basement is not the only thing that will be a problem if your sump pump isn't running. The water that is in your home can seep into the flooring, causing mold and mildew to grow. If your home is not properly ventilated, the moisture can cause rot and mildew to grow on the walls and ceilings. It can also cause the foundation of your home to deteriorate, which can lead to costly repairs.
Exodus Plumbing offers sump pump repair in San Diego, CA. Our plumbers can assess the problem with your sump pump and make the necessary repairs. In some cases, the problem with your sump pump is not a problem with the pump itself but with another part. Our plumbers will identify the problem with your sump pump and make the necessary repairs to get your pump working again.
Sump Pump Repair in San Diego
Our plumbers can repair any problem with your sump pump, including:
- Bad switches
- Malfunctioning check valves
- Faulty wiring
- Broken impellers
- Damaged gears
If your sump pump isn't working, it is important to call a professional plumber right away. If you wait too long, the water in your basement can cause severe damage to your home, including rotting the flooring, walls, and ceilings. If your home is not properly ventilated, the moisture can cause rot and mildew to grow on the walls and ceilings. It can also cause the foundation of your home to deteriorate, which can lead to costly repairs.
Types of Sump Pumps
There are different kinds of sump pumps depending on the needs of the property. A common application is a sewage sump pump installed beneath the main sewer line entrance. Often, sump pumps are installed 2-3 feet below the property, and they can effectively move waste and water up and out of the home. They assist in avoiding clogs and floods.
- Pedestal Sump Pumps – Pedestal sump pumps are installed with the motor above the sump pump pit in order to collect water. They are easily serviced, but also visible. They are best used in smaller basin pits.
- Submersible Sump Pumps – As the name suggests, submersible sump pumps are installed inside of the sump pump pit. They are sealed to protect electrical circuits and ideal for large basins and heavy-duty use.
- Sewage Grinder Pumps – Grinder pumps have blades to liquify sewage before moving it to the waste lines. They can handle tougher solids, and although they move less volume, it can be moved for longer distances.
- Sewage Ejector Pumps – Ejector pumps have a spinner intake and use pressure to move solids. Ejector pumps are required for use in conjunction with septic tanks and can move heavy volume short distances.
Once installed, sewage pumps operate automatically, but do require routine maintenance. Sump pump installation and repair is a specialty service and should be performed by trained and knowledgeable plumbers.
Sump Pump Installation in San Diego
At Exodus Plumbing, we can offer you sump pump installation in San Diego. We can install a new sump pump or replace an old, broken pump with a new one. We will make sure that your new sump pump is properly installed and that it is working properly before we leave your home.