Santa Fe Sump Pumps
When it comes to Santa Fe sump pumps, you can always rely on the experts here at Santa Fe Express Plumbing & Drain. We understand that a soggy basement or crawlspace is of no use to you, and the water damage that could occur in the process of flooding may end up disastrous. In some areas, flooding is more common than in others. There’s no easy way to prevent damage—unless you have professional plumbers to do the work. That’s where we come in.
A sump pump can keep your home dry during the rainy season and prevent damage that could ruin your valuables. The cost of installing a sump pump makes far more sense than spending money to renovate water damage, so call our team to learn more about your sump pump options. We install and service sump pumps throughout Santa Fe, NM, and the surrounding areas. Why wait for service when you can get it express? Call Santa Fe Express Plumbing & Drain today to schedule a plumber in Santa Fe, NM, and the surrounding area.
Why Santa Fe Sump Pump Replacement Or Installation?
In many parts of the country, sump pumps are primarily used in basements. As basements are less common foundational elements in our area, they are more commonly used in crawlspaces, at the lowest points in a home.
Some homes are never affected by flooding. If your home is, it likely has to do with the water table of your property. The water table is underground. And, the term refers to the point at which the soil is completely saturated with water. Depending on your property’s building foundation, excess water may begin to seep out into your home at this point, causing a small flood that continues to rise. If this is common for your property (or for your neighbors’), it’s time to consider sump pump installation.
How Santa Fe Basement Sump Pumps, Battery Operated Sump Pumps, And Other Types Operate
A sump pump is essentially just what it sounds like. A pump moves water out of the home from its position within the sump (a pit we dig in the ground). As water fills the pit, a float rises. At a certain depth, the motor of the pump is activated.
An outlet pipe moves water to the outside of the home from the pit and continues to do so until there is no longer a need. The discharge pipe works much like storm drainage. So long as you have a battery backup and schedule occasional sump pump maintenance, you won’t have to worry about the mess.
What Is A Santa Fe Sewer Ejector Pump?
You only need a Santa Fe sewage ejector pump if you need to move sewage from somewhere below the main sewer line on your property. For example, if you have a basement toilet, then you likely need a Santa Fe sewage ejector pump to move the waste from the toilet to the main sewer line on your property.
So You Need Santa Fe Sump Pump Repair?
If you notice that your sump pump isn’t turning on, there are a couple of steps you should take. First, you can always try resetting the circuit breaker. Second, you can look to see whether the pump has tipped over, a common occurrence.
Otherwise, be sure to schedule sump pump repair with our team. It may turn out that you need sump pump replacement (since repairing the motor is not cost-effective). However, it’s worth it to know your property is protected. When you call our team, your sump pump is in good hands. We will make sure your system runs smoothly, so call Santa Fe Express Plumbing & Drain today.