Sump Pump & Pit Installation

One of the most important functions of sump pumps are to protect home basements from flooding and other problems related to excessive moisture.

Naturally, even during normal weather conditions, moisture from groundwater under and around a home’s foundation will collect. The sump pump is at the heart of a home’s protection against basement moisture and flooding. Along with the drain tile and foundation’s waterproofing system, the sump pump works to remove the moisture and water and direct it away from the home.

Even more so during heavy rain falls, sump pumps are needed to avoid basement flooding. As a fail-safe, homeowners can have added protection against basement flooding by installing a Batter Powered Back-Up Sump Pump which will still operate in the case of a power outage.

It is recommended that a home’s sump is serviced regularly to clear debris and ensure proper functionality.

On average, a sump pump (with regular use) typically needs to be replaced every five to seven years.

Flooding Basement

Standard-Duty Sump Pump

Sump Pump - Little Giant ES33D

Little Giant ES33D

  • 2400 GPH @ 10’ of Head
  • Internal Float
  • 3/8” solid capacity (small dirt & gravel pieces)
  • Designed for Continuous Duty
  • Energy Efficient – 5 AMPS at Full Load
  • Epoxy Coated Cast Iron Housing for Corrosion and Rust Resistance
  • 1/3 Horsepower Motor w/ Thermal Overload Protection for High Starting & Running Torque

Heavy-Duty Sump Pump

Sump Pump Little Giant 10EN

Little Giant 10EN

  • 3600GPH @ 10’ of Head
  • External Float
  • 1/2” solid capacity
    (small dirt & gravel pieces)
  • Designed for Continuous Duty
  • Energy Efficient – 8 AMPS at Full Load
  • Epoxy Coated Cast Iron Housing for Corrosion and Rust Resistance
  • 1/2 Horsepower Motor w/ Thermal Overload Protection for High Starting & Running Torque

Battery Back-up Sump Pump

Sump Pump Battery Backup

Storm Pro 2100

  • 2100 PGH at 10’ Head
  • Adjustable Vertical Float Switch
  • Audible Alarm
  • Visual Alarm
  • 1 yr parts & labor warranty

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