A sump pump helps maintain a dry environment, which in turn helps to protect your residential or commercial property against moisture damage caused by mold and mildew. Sump pumps are situated in what is referred to as a sump pit. Sump pits are dug into the lowest part of your property. When they fill with water, the sump pump automatically turns on and redirects the water out of the pit and away from the foundation of your property.
Sump pump problems can arise from an accumulation of debris, missing or broken valves, a frozen or clogged discharge line, a faulty connection, or a host of other issues.
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