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Sump Pump Repair Or Replacement

Call Us For Expert Sump Pump Repair And Professional Installations

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Professional Sump Pump Repair Or Replacement

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B. Johnston Plumbing Ltd specializes in sump pump repair or installation. If you suspect there is a problem concerning your existing Sump Pump, call now for a free estimate at (604) 690-6808.

 

We Repair or Replace your sump pump fast and affordably.

 

A flooded basement can only cause massive damage to your home and health. Damp areas in dark places can breed all sorts of molds and fungi. Not to mention the awful smell that can come from it.

These sorts of problems need to be addressed in a quick manner to avoid LARGE problems down the road.

WHAT IS A SUMP PUMP?

 

A sump pump is a submersible device installed in a sump pit dug at the lowest point of your house, such as the basement or crawl space. This small but important addition to your home helps prevent your basement from flooding.

Contact Us For Professional Sump Pump Service

 

When you need an expert to install or repair your sump pump, Call Us or click below to contact us for a free estimate on sump pump services.

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BENEFITS OF A SUMP PUMP

 

A sump pump is a small investment with big advantages. Here’s how you can benefit from adding a sump pump to your home:

  • Defend your basement against flooding

  • Protect the paint and other wall coverings from peeling

  • Safeguard basement appliances—such as the washer, dryer, and spare freezer—from corrosion

  • Reduce mold, mildew, and fungus growth

  • Discourage termites and other insect invasions

  • Improve indoor air quality

  • Keep your foundation intact

  • Make the basement drier and more comfortable year-round

  • Enjoy peace of mind, no matter what the weather is doing

  • Meet a requirement for homeowner’s insurance coverage of basement flood damage

DO I NEED A SUMP PUMP?

 

While the benefits of sump pumps are clear, some properties need these devices more than others. We recommend installing a sump pump if any of the following is true:

  • You live in a climate that receives heavy rain or snow. Here in the northwest, we get more than our fair share of moisture. Unlike desert climates, basements here are very susceptible to flooding.

  • Your home is built on a flood-prone plot. Poorly draining soil, low-lying properties, and homes surrounded by hills are more likely to experience rising groundwater levels during heavy rains, snowstorms, and spring runoff.

  • You’ve had water problems in the past. If your basement has flooded before, or you regularly struggle with high basement moisture levels, it would be wise to install a sump pump.

  • You have a finished basement. Even if your home isn’t categorized as a high-risk property, consider protecting your underground living space with an affordable sump pump.

Where Is The Sump Pump Located?

A sump pump is generally found at the lowest point of your home in the basement or crawl space. Its job is to remove rising groundwater and surface runoff before it has the chance to seep into the home.

Accumulated water can cause interior damage and encourages the growth of mold, mildew, and fungus. The sump pump should always be maintained to ensure all components are working reliably. Ideally, your sump pump should be inspected at least once a year. If your pump runs continuously or repeatedly as a result of a high water table or excess drainage, it may require additional examinations throughout the year.

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How Does A Sump Pump Work?

 

Sump pumps move water from your basement out of your home. A sump is a naturally constructed pit, usually a hole dug below the main surface of your basement floor. This pit, known as a ”Basin”, houses the sump pump. The pump is equipped with valves that sense rising water levels or pressure.

 

When the water gets too high, the sump pump automatically start up and pumps the excess water out of the basement and away from your property using a discharge line. This line, called an effluent, connects the sump pump to a designated drainage area, such as a dry well, a creek or pond, or even a neighborhood drain.

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Sump Pump Testimonial

Brad was very responsive to calls and texts. He was able to provide an a cost estimate via photos and a short video we took to describe our piping issues. Brad was able fix all the issues on time and on budget. The quality of the work was great. We would definitely recommend Brad!

Contact Us For All Your Sump Pump Needs

When you need a professional to repair or install your Sump Pump, you can always count on B Johnston Plumbing to get it done right. Call Us or click below to get a free estimate. 

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