Sump Pump Installation
Most basement waterproofing
systems in California rely on a sump pump as the final mechanism to get the water out of the basement. The sump pump is the heart of the system. If the heart stops for any reason, the system fails and your basement gets flooded, despite all the money you paid to dry it up. If your home needs a sump pump, you should make sure it's reliable and protection you can count on.
Despite any stories you have heard over the years about folks getting flooded because their sump pump was on the blink again, today's sump equipment is better than ever and very reliable - that is - if you have the right equipment. With the wrong equipment, you'll be telling tales of woe about your pump failing and causing your basement to flood. We can help you get the perfect sump system for your basement.
The Pump Is Only Part of a Sump Pump System
Aside from the pump itself, there are other elements of a good sump pump system that are very important!
The Sump Liner
You don't want your pump to clog in a muddy hole in the floor. And you don't want it in a 5-gallon bucket that doesn't hold a lot of water and will cause the pump to "short cycle" (go on and off very quickly). Instead, you should have a sturdy liner or housing for your sump pump.