Signs You Need New Residential Sump Pump Installation
When you notice problems with your sump pump, you should call our 24/7 live answering service. We can perform an inspection and provide an in-home estimate for sump pump installation. A new residential sump pump installation might be necessary if you've already experienced flooding and water damage or if your current sump pump isn't powerful enough to prevent flooding. Here are the most common signs of sump pump problems:
- Your sump pump is making strange noises.
- Your sump pump is vibrating excessively.
- Your sump pump won’t turn on.
- There is visible rust, corrosion, or damage on the sump pump.
- The sump pump motor won’t turn on, only works intermittently, or doesn’t seem as powerful.
- The sump pump keeps turning on and off for no obvious reason.
- Your sump pump is more than 7 years old.
- There is no water in the sump pit.
- The sump pump keeps tripping your circuit breaker.
Evaluate the Benefits of Residential Sump Pump Installation
If you aren’t familiar with how sump pumps operate, you might not understand why you need one. Not everyone needs residential sump pump installation, but there are specific conditions in which a sump pump can prevent more serious problems like flooding, water damage, and sewage issues. Take a look at the benefits of residential sump pump installation and then call us to make an appointment:
- Protect your basement or crawlspace from flooding.
- Save money on costly sewage issues and plumbing repairs.
- Prevent mold, mildew, and algae growth.
- Protect your belongings and property from water damage.
- Reduce the risk of electrical shorts and electrical fires.
- Raise your property value.
- Protect your family’s health and safety.
- Prevent damage to your home’s foundation.
Watch for Signs You Need a New Well Pump
If your well pump isn’t functioning correctly, you’ll notice significant changes to your home’s water supply. We can find a fast, cost-effective solution if you catch well pump issues soon. If you notice any of these problems with your home's water service, you might need a new well pump installation:
- You have no water, or your water is intermittently coming out of the faucets.
- The water flow from faucets is weak or thin.
- Your water pressure keeps dropping suddenly, and you can’t take a shower without losing water pressure.
- You can hear your well pump running constantly.
- Your water looks dirty, cloudy, rusty, or brown.
- Your water has silt or sediment in it.
- Your water smells or tastes strange.
- When you turn it on, your faucet makes a hissing, spitting, or sucking noise.
- Your water bill has suddenly increased and you don’t know why.
Call Today for Sump and well Pump Installation
If you need professional sump or well pump installation, call us today at Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Caledon. Our team will come to your home for a plumbing inspection and diagnosis and determine if you would benefit from a new well pump installation or sump pump installation. To schedule an appointment or request an estimate for the cost of residential sump pump installation in Orangeville, Georgetown, Bolton, Shelburne, or Alliston, ON, call our 24/7 answering service or request a job estimate online.