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Sump & Ejector Pumps

Both sump pumps and ejector pumps work to move unwanted water and waste away from your home or business.  However, they serve different functions, both are essential in maintaining the health and safety of your residential or commercial property.

Sump Pump Solutions

The primary purpose of a sump pump is to prevent basement or crawlspace flooding.  So, a proactive measure to avoid an eventual plumbing emergency is to ensure your basement is fitted with a properly functioning sump pump.  If you already have a sump pump, we suggest having an expert inspect it to make sure it works.  Common sump pump issues include:

  • Faulty float switches
  • Broken alarm
  • Overwhelmed pump due to abundance of rain
  • Age and poor maintenance efforts

Should you have a flooding emergency, Dependable Service Plumbing & Air is available 24-hours a day. Prevent disaster with an annual inspection of your sump and ejector pumps.

EJECTOR PUMP SOLUTIONS

An ejector pump is used on property’s in which the bathroom is located below the water main line. Ejector pumps work to lift the water up and out of the home until gravity takes over. Common ejector pump problems include:

  • Improper toilet usage items other than organic waste were flushed
  • Faulty alarms
  • Incorrect sizing
  • Age and poor maintenance efforts

At Dependable Service Plumbing & Air, we only service your home or business with the latest in industry-leading technology and equipment. We have years of experience repairing, installing, and providing sump pump and ejector pump solutions.

Dependable Service Plumbing & Air can work to ensure your sump pump or ejector pump is in proper working order.

customer review

“Senior technician, Joe Anderson, made plumbing repairs to an upstairs bathtub to seal leaks from flooding through kitchen ceiling downstairs. This has been an ongoing serious daily problem in this apartment since April 2015. Mr. Anderson was the first person to have a camera system with him to assess areas where water was accessing kitchen ceiling. He explained in detail what he did and what he found wrong. Water had been flowing from next door apartment whenever they used their shower for over a year now. Mr. Anderson stated he needed to get permission from apartment management office in order to proceed to correct issues in next door apartment. Management has not allowed that access yet. He also noted that a single shower curtain in the apartment next door was on the outside of that tub and felt that could be creating some of the flooding issues. Thank you Mr. Anderson for being my angel and making these repairs.” –- Lyda G.