Plumbing Contractors Offering Professional Sump Pump Services
Spring in Wisconsin. The snow is melting, the rain is pouring, road construction workers are ending their winter hibernation and orange barrels are starting to bloom. The ground becomes saturated with water as snow melts and rainfalls. But if you don’t have the right sump pump protecting your home, all that water can flood into your basement. Even a few inches of water can damage drywall, carpeting, wood floors, furniture, and anything else you might have down below your house. That water can also cause serious damage to your foundation, threatening the stability of your home.
Here at Southport Home Services, our experienced plumbers offer sump pump service in Wisconsin for houses big and small. We back up all our work with a 100% satisfaction guarantee, and our experts are on call 24/7 to help with all your sump pump issues. Prevent property damage and keep your basement in great shape by hiring Southport Home Services for sump pump repair and maintenance before it’s too late.
What is a Sump Pump?
A sump is made of a pit or hollow in which liquid collects, and a part that pushes the water out through a drain to the city sewer system. The sump, aka sump pit, should be located at the lowest part of your home to allow it to work with gravity for water collection. Modern sump pumps activate automatically when a float arm or sensor reaches a certain height or pressure and starts pushing the water out.