While plumbers are the appropriate contractor to call for a plumbing leak, a proper and effective sump pump installation should be completed by a certified basement waterproofing specialist.
Will your basement’s sump pump work when you need it most?
Why would my sump pump NOT work?
We Install TOP Quality Liberty Pumps up to 67 GPM
Liberty Pumps, Inc. warrants that pumps and other products of its manufacture are free from all factory defects in material and workmanship for a period of 3 years from the date of purchase (unless otherwise noted). The date of purchase shall be determined by a dated sales receipt.
Common sump pump problems:
- Power failure: Power outages without a backup battery or backup system is a common issue. This is why we recommend installing a backup sump pump to kick on when the main one fails due to a power outage.
- Switch malfunction: Is the switch turning on or off constantly? Is it getting stuck to the wall of the basin? Call us to inspect the problem.
- Frozen water discharge pipe: If the pipe was installed incorrectly, water may gather in the discharge pipe and cause it to freeze. This will result in water being sent back into the home.
While we are happy to help you repair any sump pump problems, we also recommend proper maintenance so you won’t have to deal with unexpected issues. Sump pumps and basins require maintenance at least once a year to help reduce risk of potential problems.
If your current unit is having problems or doesn’t seem to be working, contact us immediately to keep your basement dry. Timely service is crucial to increasing the life of your sump pump and helping you avoid costly repairs.