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A sump pump is a submersible pump that assists in keeping water out of the basement or crawl space of a home. A sump pump is placed in a hole in the basement or crawl space called a sump pit. If water were to enter the basement/crawl space the water will be directed into the pit and then pumped out side of the home. A sump pump can make the difference between a wet and dry basement. A sump pump is designed for rain water and not sewage.
Common Plumbing Questions/Issues with Sump Pumps
- When it rains my pump runs about every 20 minutes. My builder says this is normal but is it?
- How often should my sump pump come on?
- What is typically used in a sump pump crock to support a pedestal type sump pump?
- Should a sump pump automatically start working once the electricity is turned back on, or what should I do?
- What happens when a sump pump is shooting water out the top of the outside pipes?
- How can you tell if your sump pump system is installed properly?
- What brand of sump pump will be best for outdoor use?
- How much electricity does a sump pump use?
- Hot water draining into sump pump well, where is it coming from?
- What can I do to thaw the outdoor discharge to my sump pump?
- What should I do in a flood with a sump pump?
- What type of sump pump would you recommend for outdoor drainage?
- The sump pump is removing a lot of water from basement. Is this normal?
- What size Sump Pump drain hose, should I use?
- Is there any way to install a sump pump in my backyard to pump the water to the street and out of my yard?
- Can someone explain why I have a horrible smell coming from the sump pump in the basement?
- How to finish my basement that has a sump pump in it?
- Is it common for a sump pump crock to have drainage holes and is it necessary?