The Plumbing Pro is the Sump Pump Pro
(816) 763-8200 (913) 782-9669
Protect Your Home with a Sump Pump Installation today
Did you know that The Plumbing Pro is Kansas City’s Sump Pump Pro? Rain showers have already started to plague homeowners with ground waters around the KC metro, don’t be one of the unlucky ones without a working sump pump. Let the pros come out and inspect and maintain your sump system.
If you have a basement, especially one that has been remodeled recently, installing a sump pump to protect your investment is only wise. And we can help. Since 1978 The Plumbing Pro has been installing, repairing and maintaining sump pumps in Kansas City homes.
Zoeller Sump Pump
At The Plumbing Pro, we sell Zoeller brand sump pumps. We’ve had great experiences with Zoeller and are proud to offer them to our customers. We are committed to providing high quality products for both residential and commercial plumbing projects.
What is a Sump Pump? And what does it do?
A sump pump is a small powered appliance that many homes (especially those with basements) use to remove excess ground water. A sump pump pulls dangerous ground water from around foundation and under the basement floor away from the home through a drainage pipe. It can keep a basement from water damage and flooding during or after rainstorms.
Battery or Water based backup
If you already have a system you may wish to determine whether you need to have a backup system. The biggest issue sump pump owners have is a false sense of security. If your system loses power then your basement is not protected. Make sure you have a sump pump backup. If you are not sure call The Plumbing Pro we can help determine how protected you are. Don’t just wait until you see water call now (816) 763-8200.
Make sure your Sump Pump is working
If you wish to make sure your sump pump (Zoeller or not) is ready to handle the springs downpours, then you will want to follow these simple steps:
- Make sure the sump pump is plugged into a GFCI Breaker.
- Always inspect your pit for any debris. Remove anything that could cause the float not to work.
- You may wish to test if your pump is turning on and off properly by adding water to the pit.
- Make sure your sump pump is hooked to a battery backup system.
Finally, check the alarm to make sure that it is working. Just raise the float switch high enough to touch the sensor
No matter where you live in the Kansas City Metro – we have a professional for you. In Overland Park, Liberty, Parkville, Lee’s Summit we are the Sump Pump pro.
Call The Plumbing Pro at (816) 763-8200 for a free estimate. And ask about a battery backup?
We can even help you design creative uses for your ground water.