One threat that’s all too real for homeowners in Delaware County, PA is basement flooding brought on by heavy rain and melting snow. The amount of damage to a household can be massive and only equalled by the potential cost of repairs. Sump pumps might be the best defense one has to protect their property against the extremely realistic dangers of flooding, especially if they live in an area prone to floods during periods of excessive precipitation.
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The experts at McLoughlin Plumbing Heating & Cooling are capable of conducting sump pump repair and sump pump installation services. Get in touch with us and we can deploy one of our specialists to either fix or put in place one of these appliances to help protect your home from the damage caused by flooding.
Choosing a Type of Sump Pump
Excess water that comes from a day of heavy rain or the morning after a snowstorm can find its way into the foundation of your home and rest in the basement. What sump pumps do is direct this water away to an area where it can’t reach the inside of a building. There are two common types of sump pumps available on the market:
- Submersible pumps - Submersible pumps stay out of sight and mind. They’re installed underground and run quietly and efficiently. You won’t know they’re there. These sump pumps have a long lifespan and are perfect for homeowners who don’t have a lot of space, but are also more expensive.
- Pedestal pumps - Pedestal pumps use a motor and are therefore installed above ground. If you have a small sump pit or are put off by the high cost associated with submersible pumps, this might be the right choice for you.
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Trust Our Sump Pump Services
Here at McLoughlin Plumbing Heating & Cooling, our number one concern is the happiness of our customers. It’s why we apply a 100% customer satisfaction guarantee to every transaction. If you’re not happy with the job we’ve done, call us and we’ll get back to work on it right away.
We’re also on standby 24 hours a day, seven days a week in case of emergencies. If you’re in the middle of a crisis and need sump pump services, we’re ready to lend a hand.