Category Sump Pumps

Sep
8
2014

Installing a Sump Pump Prevents Water Flooding and Backflow

A sump pump is a vital part of any drainage system and an important line of defense against water flooding.  The sump pump is usually installed in a hole or pit at the lowest point of a basement. When there is a backflow, or if water begins to fill up the pit, the sump pump […]

Apr
14
2014

Sump Pump Maintenance for the Spring Season

Sump pump trouble is often caused by mistakes committed during installation. Now that the spring season is here, you have to make sure your sump pump is functioning properly so that the buckets of rain that will come pouring down do not end up flooding your home and living area. The three major problems associated […]

Apr
23
2012

The Sumpiest Pump in Toronto

Sump Pump Basics ­A sump pump usually stands in a sump pit — a hole with a gravel base about 2 feet (60 centimeters) deep and 18 inches (45 centimeters) wide — dug in the lowest part of your Toronto basement or crawlspace. As the pit fills with water, the pump turns on. It moves […]

Nov
16
2011

What’s That Sump Pump Doing in Your Toronto Basement?

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