Sump pumps protect your home from water damage by pumping away groundwater that would otherwise damage your foundation or flood your basement. Unfortunately, power outages also occur during major storms, which would leave your sump pump inoperable when you need it most. That’s why many homeowners choose to protect their homes with a sump pump battery backup system.
Installing a sump pump backup system is not always easy and often requires help from an experienced plumber. For help installing your sump pump battery backup, call Mr. Rooter® Plumbing.
Sump Pump Battery Back-Up Installation Cost
Back-up sump pump installation costs depend on the type of pump installed, the volume of the pump, and complexity of the installation. For the most accurate estimate, we recommend requesting a job estimate online. That way we can learn all the details of your specific sump pump and required backup system and give you the most accurate quote.
Professional Backup Sump Pump Installation
A sump pump backup system may seem expensive, but think of it as insurance. The cost of water damage—and the associated headaches—is a large price to pay if you don’t have a backup sump pump during a blackout. And since sump pumps work hardest during storms, it’s safe to assume you’ll lose power one day and need a battery backup to keep your basement from flooding. So protect your home and get peace of mind; give Mr. Rooter a call or request an estimate from the locally owned and operated Mr. Rooter nearest you.