Sump Pumps

Sump pumps are designed to prevent excess rain or ground water from entering the house. Most residential sump pumps are installed in pits, called sump pits, and help to keep your basement dry by pumping the water out of the pit, away from your house.

Commonly used in an area where flooding is likely, the water table is high, or where rapidly melting snow or sudden heavy rainstorms are common.

An E.T. Mechanical Plumber can repair a variety of problems with your residential or commercial sump pump, including:

  • The pump switch has become stuck
  • The sump pit is clogged or filled with debris
  • The discharge line is frozen or clogged
  • The check valve is missing or broken
  • The sump pit is the wrong size
  • The sump pump is improperly connected to the sewer system

If your sump pump is malfunctioning, it is important to seek professional assistance right away. Our team of plumbers will use efficient techniques to diagnose the issues, and will repair them in a timely manner. For all your sump pump repair needs, trust E.T Mechanical to provide a cost-effective solution.

Sump Pumps