Sump Pump Service, Repair and Installation

As an important part of your plumbing system, your sump pump requires routine maintenance to keep it in good, working condition. Additionally, even with proper maintenance, your sump pump can fail, leaving you with dangerous flooding and costly repairs to your home.

If you are having plumbing problems with your sump pump and/or have not had it serviced recently, it’s a good idea to schedule a visit with one of our experienced sump pump specialists. Our team of plumbers can help you keep your system running effectively, and in the event of a failure, will give you the knowledgeable guidance you need to make plumbing decisions with confidence.

Sump pumps are a crucial element in your plumbing system and typically are found in the lowest part of your home’s basement or crawl space. They are submersible pumps that are designed to prevent groundwater flooding and water buildup. Water is directed to your sump pit, and your sump pump will turn on when water reaches a pre-determined level, protecting the foundation of your home and preventing basement floods or leaks. Many new homes come with sump pumps and older homes can be retrofitted so that a sump pump can be installed.

Signs You Need Sump Pump Maintenance Or Replacement

  • Your pump doesn’t turn on or off when it is supposed to
  • Your sump pump constantly runs
  • Your sump pump won’t turn on
  • Strange noises are coming from your pump
  • Your sump pump is over 10 years old
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Ignoring problems with your sump pump can lead to costly repairs and damage to your home and belongings. If you are considering installing a new sump pump, or if your current sump pump is in need of maintenance or repair, you should call today. Reed and Son Services, LLC will provide you with a free, in-person estimate to help determine your best course of action. As members of the Frederick County Master Plumbers Association, and with 30 years of experience, our team of plumbers can handle any sump pump installation or maintenance issue.