Sump Pump Repair & Installation

Sump Pump Repair & Installation

Trust Ranger Rooter for reliable Sump Pump Repair & Installation Services. Whether you’re experiencing issues with your existing sump pump or looking to install a new one for enhanced flood protection, our skilled technicians are here to assist you. We understand the importance of a properly functioning sump pump in safeguarding your property from water damage. Contact Ranger Rooter today for efficient and professional sump pump services tailored to meet your needs.


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Types of Sumps Pumps for your Commercial & Residential Plumbing Systems

Water-Powered Backup Sump Pumps
While many modern sump pumps come equipped with advanced features for monitoring water levels, it’s important to note that not all do. A water-powered backup sump pump automatically initiates when the water reaches a predetermined level, tailored to the specific property. This eliminates the necessity for constant monitoring of the backup system or the hassle of battery replacements.
Pedestal Sump Pumps
In a pedestal sump pump configuration, the motor and pump are distinct, with the motor positioned above the basin. The motor directs water through a hose extending to the basin, passes it through the pump, and then directs it to the designated area. This design often results in a longer lifespan since the pump and motor are not submerged, allowing for easier access in case repairs are required.
Submersible Sump Pumps
Situated beneath a basin in your basement, a submersible sump pump is an integrated unit designed for comprehensive functionality. Known for their quieter operation compared to other pumps, submersible pumps also exhibit a lower tendency to clog when contrasted with pedestal sump pumps.
Battery-Operated Backup Sump Pumps
Battery-operated backup sump pumps enable the removal of water from your system, ensuring functionality even during power outages. When the water level in the basin starts to rise, a floor switch is activated, automatically engaging the backup system. This backup system then redirects the water away to the designated well.
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