SUMP PUMP REPAIR SERVICE
Roto-Rooter plumbing experts can help if your sump pump malfunctions or if you want to check that your unit still works. Our plumbers have the skills, expertise, and equipment to service the following sump pumps:
· Submersible Sump Pumps
· Pedestal Sump Pumps
· Backup Sump Pumps
If your pump needs replacement, we can assist you in finding a new one. We can inspect your basement and factor in your requirements to determine which unit best suits your needs and budget.
Our plumber pro service sends a master plumber to handle any issues with your basement pump, ensuring the job is done right the first time. All our trained, bonded, and licensed plumbing professionals have cleared background checks before performing any work on your home or business.
3 SIGNS YOUR SUMP PUMP NEEDS REPAIR
Contact a sump pump plumbing company if you notice any of the following signs or have a pump plumbing emergency. We can inspect your unit, diagnose the problem, and perform any necessary plumbing repairs.
Sump pumps run quiet enough to remain undetectable. Sometimes mechanical problems can occur, causing the pump to make loud noises. An inefficient pump will require urgent service, or it can suddenly break down.
Since sump pumps stay in contact with water, it increases the likelihood of mold and mildew contamination. Mold gives off a musky or pungent odor and, if left unchecked, can spread through the walls. Have a trained sump pump plumber thoroughly clean and inspect your unit.
Inside your pump, the sump pit has a switch that detects excess water. Pour water into the sump pit to check if the switch has become stuck. If the sump pump does not turn on, you need to call a plumber to fix your unit.
SUMP PUMP TROUBLESHOOTING
A sump pump effectively removes excess water to prevent flooding. Routine maintenance will keep your pump running year-round and operating efficiently. If your sump pump suddenly stops working, you can try some basic troubleshooting tips.
- Make sure the sump pump connector plug and outlet still work
- Inspect the check valve to ensure the arrow points in the right direction
- Check if the blades have become damaged or worn out
- Look inside the discharge line for any clogs or blockages
Does your sump pump still not work? Give us a call. Roto-Rooter plumbers can visit you to check your pump as we have experience repairing sump pumps of all brands.