If you have a bathroom, kitchen, or laundry room in the basement of your home, you might need to install a sewage ejector pump. Any plumbing fixture that sits beneath the sewer line will require one.
Most of the plumbing fixtures in your home rely on the forces of gravity to carry wastewater into a storm drain or other deposit. But for plumbing systems that lie under the sewer line, something has to work against gravity to carry that water out of your home. A sewage pump solves that problem, pushing water up and out of your plumbing fixtures until gravity can do its job properly.
Sewage Ejector Pump Repair
Here are some signs that you need sewage pump repair:
- You notice consistent odors coming from your basement sewage fixtures even after they’ve been cleaned
- The sewage pump is making unusual sounds
- The water in your basement sewage fixtures is dirty after it cycles
- Your pump runs too frequently or doesn’t run at all
Emergency Sewage Pump Repair
Sewage Pump Installation
Installing an ejector pump can be a dangerous undertaking if you don’t know what you’re doing. You don’t want a broken toilet ejector pump in your brand new basement filling it up with wastewater. That’s why it’s crucial that you call an expert to take care of your installation. Our plumbers have over three decades of experience installing basement ejector pumps in the Northern Virginia area.
If you’re in need of basement sump pump installation or repair, we can also help you with that.
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