Sump Pump Installation
Most basement waterproofing systems rely on a sump pump as the final mechanism to get the water out of the basement. If your sump pump system fails and your basement gets flooded despite all the money you paid to dry it up. That’s why if you are going to rely on a basement or crawl space sump pump, you should make sure it’s reliable.
Sump pump installation enables you to efficiently, effectively, and easily remove water from your basement before it has time to do any damage. A proactive solution for keeping your basement dry, sump pump installs can be part of a basement waterproofing or crawl space or put in as a stand-alone system.
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How do I know if I need a sump pump?
A sump pump is typically used to discharge excessive water build-up that accumulates in the crawl space. It’s usually only required if drainage by gravity is not possible. The battery backup will protect your basement from flooding in the event your power or circuit breakers fail.
Battery Back Sump Pump
If you live in an area that is notorious for flooding, you might also want to consider installation of a battery backup or water-driven sump pump. For the best protection against water in your basement, you should consider installing a battery backup sump pump. Backup sump pumps are installed along with the normal sump pumps and can provide an additional protection in case of a power outage or if there is a failure with the primary sump pump. Value Dry carries a line of Backup Sump Pump Systems that are perfect to protect your home from pump failure.