Most homes have drainage systems already installed and some of them empty directly into your house. Once a home has a sump pump, it is important that it is maintained. Your sump pump(s) are your last line of defense once the water enters your home. It is important to understand what size or type of pump you may need. It is also important to know that not all sump pits and sump pumps are created equal and there are factors that should be taken into consideration when purchasing a primary or battery backup pump.
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What is the timeline for a sump pump project?
A sump pump install should take less than 1 hour. A battery back up install should take about an hour.
What is the average budget for sump pumps and battery backup pumps?
Average cost should run around $400-$1400.
Are there any special considerations when selecting a sump pump or battery back up?
The most important consideration is the size of the pit in relation to the drainage inlets. Remember that bigger is not always better when it comes to pumps.