Sump Pump Problems
Every now and again things can go wrong. Your battery dies, the power goes out, your basement floods, the list goes on. But one thing you can do is be prepared for any situation. If you have a sump pump for your home, make sure you have a backup.
Having a battery backup pump secures your home in the case that your primary pump becomes inoperable. Here are a few ways your primary pump can become inactive:
- Switch problems
- Clogged pump
- Power outage
- Product defect
Why Have A Battery Backup Pump
After you experience a heavy rain, or a power outage and you can’t run your primary pump, the security of a battery backup pump can help save you from spending hundreds of dollars in damage. There are many reasons to having a battery backup pump, but here are the advantages of using Atlas Restoration:
- Complete security and extended longevity of the backup system
- No interference with your home’s primary pump
- A slim-line vertical float switch eliminates the danger of a stuck float inside a crowded sump pit
- Suction pipe of our backup pump reaches to the bottom of the sump pit, so it can fully empty the pit each cycle
Don’t wait until you experience primary pump failure. The expert team at Atlas Restoration of Chicagoland is here to help install the right battery backup pump for your home. Call today for a free estimate.