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Many homes in the Madison area have basements that are below the water table or prone to flooding during heavy rains. This can lead to water damage, mold growth, and other problems if the water is not controlled properly. A sump pump is the perfect tool for the job, effortlessly collecting and removing the water from the basement.
At All Comfort Services, we can help keep your Madison home dry and protected with our comprehensive sump pump services. From sump pump replacement to repairs and routine maintenance, we can provide the services you need to keep your sump pump operating properly. We serve homeowners throughout Madison, WI and The Greater Madison Area. Our company offers a full selection of heating, air conditioning, electrical, and plumbing services, making us the one-stop destination for all your home comfort needs.
Sump pumps consist of a motor and an impeller that work together to draw in water from the sump pit and pump it to a safe discharge location. There are three common types of sump pumps:
To learn which sump pump is best for your The Greater Madison Area home, contact our team at All Comfort Services today!
Whether you need a new sump pump installed or you are replacing an older model, our team at All Comfort Services can help. We offer sump pump installation and sump pump replacement, plus our experts can install the sump pump pit, perimeter drains, and more. Our expert plumbers can determine which sump pump your home needs, based on power requirements, discharge height, flow rate, and more.
Contact us online today for a sump pump replacement quote in Madison, Fitchburg, Cottage Grove, or the surrounding areas.
Are you having problems with your sump pump? When you need fast, cost-effective sump pump repairs, trust our team at All Comfort Services. Our experts are available for emergency service, and we have the skills to handle any common sump pump problem, from clogged screens or a leaking discharge line to a motor failure.
For sump pump repairs in Madison, McFarland, or Monona, contact our team today!
Regular maintenance is essential to ensure your sump pump is ready during a flood, a storm, or just everyday groundwater intrusions. At All Comfort Services, we offer comprehensive maintenance for your sump pump, including tasks like cleaning the screens, inspecting the plumbing, and testing the float switch.
Contact us online today to schedule sump pump maintenance anywhere in The Greater Madison Area!
Don’t risk a flooded basement. Keep your sump pump in great condition with sump pump services from our team at All Comfort Services.
Call 608-838-7300 today or contact us online to schedule sump pump services today!
Do you have questions about your sump pump? Here are some common questions and answers from the team at All Comfort Services.
Sump pumps last approximately 10 years. On average, sump pumps need to be replaced every 7 to 10 years. Repairing a sump pump older than that would cost around the same price as a replacement, with much less of a return on your investment.
Sump pumps move water from your basement out of your home. A sump is a naturally constructed pit (basin); it’s usually a hole carved below the main surface of your basement floor. The basin holds 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 pumps 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.
Sump pumps are used where basement flooding happens regularly. They are used to solve dampness where the water table is above the foundation of a home.
In most cases, sump pumps should be cleaned and tested every three to four months. This involves opening the inlet screen (often also called the pump screen) and cleaning it out. However, in some cases, your sump pump might benefit from more regular cleanings.
No, actually buying a house with a sump pump is a wise decision. Even in a home that has never had a flooded basement, problems can happen. A sump pump provides vital protection for your basement or crawlspace in the event that you have a water problem. If the home you’re considering already has one, then you know you have the protection you need to avoid a basement flood.
The US Department of Housing and Development estimates that a sump pump will last about 10 years. If yours is getting near that point, you will want to keep testing it to ensure it’s working properly. Better yet, replacing it around the 10-year mark will protect you from an unwanted basement flood because your sump pump fails.