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WE ARE OPEN FOR BUSINESS- Coronavirus Update

Category : News

The UK Government has made it clear that it wants us to return to work. We are open for business for our full range of services. These include sump and pump servicing, annual clean and check, and tanker cleaning.

Please call or email us and we can help you with any of these requirements.

How are we ensuring that you and we remain safe?

Several of our administrative and management staff remain working from home to help with social distancing in our offices. Everyone must stay more than two metres away from anyone else in any of our offices. Offices are regularly sanitized. All staff are encouraged to wash their hands regularly.

When our surveyors and technicians are out at customer premises, whether carrying out a survey or servicing, we will protect both you and us from coronavirus. We will remain alert and continue to socially distance ourselves from you. We ask that you always remain over two metres away from us – where possible leave us to carry out our work on our own. We will ask that you do not come into the work area.

When at customer premises, our staff will be self-sufficient and will not accept drinks or food from you, so we ask that you do not tempt them!

In the construction industry we use PPE for most jobs we carry out. As such our staff are supplied with appropriate sanitization products and are instructed to use these before, during and after entering any customer premises. Where appropriate, gloves, masks, overalls and respirators are also worn to protect both you and us.

We want you to be confident that we are taking every precaution and that you feel as safe as possible in our hands. We welcome any suggestions you may have.

Together we can stay safe. Thank you.

Mark Edwards
Managing Director


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Why is My Sump Pump Making a Loud Noise?

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One of the most commonly asked questions we have from customers at The Basement Sump and Pump Company is “Why is my sump pump system making a loud noise?” Most sump pumps do make some form of noise if the waterproofing system is working correctly.

However, there are several factors that can cause the sump pump system to make a louder noise than normal. Some of the most common reasons are:

  • The type of sump system that is installed
  • How airtight the sump pump is
  • The amount of lubrication of the pumps and pipes
  • The location of the pump compared to the sump pit

When the Basement Sump and Pump Company provide a sump pump installation all the factors mentioned are taken into consideration. Our team aims to provide quiet running and high performing waterproofing systems.

Reasons Why A Sump Pump Maybe Noisy When Running

If the sump pump pit is not covered this can be one of the obvious reasons why there might be a loud noise from your sump pump when it is running.

If there are gurgling water noises this usually means that the sump pump system is working as it should. The noise is caused by the water passing through the pipework.

sump pump lid covered

Sump pump lid covered

To ensure you cannot hear this noise we would recommend making sure that the sump pump pit is covered with an airtight lid.

The Age of the Sump Pump System

The older sump pump models that were constructed from PVC (Polyvinyl chloride) generate a lot more noise than the newer systems that have durable cast iron pumps. The pedestal sump pumps are the loudest models of all the sump pump systems.

Newer pumps have self lubricating motors that run a lot more quietly. If the system you are using has a motor that is noisy and you have had the system installed for a long period of time, then it is probably best to contact a specialist to look at installing a newer pump.

The Pump Extends Out of The Sump Pit

One of the most common causes of a noisy pumping system is that the sump pump system is not actually placed within the sump pit.

If the system is not correctly placed, underneath the ground, then the noise will more than likely echo around your basement.

Clanging Noise from Discharge Pipe

As any water discharges through the pipework, it can cause the pipe to vibrate and rattle against the sump pump lid.

Measures can be taken to reduce this issue, such as, wrapping insulation around the pipe which will reduce the sound once the pipework encounters the wall.

Rubber stoppers can also be used to reduce the noise of the pump, these are placed between the discharge pipe and the liner of the sump pump lid.

Install and Service Your Sump Pump System

At the Basement Sump and Pump Company, we aim to ensure that every sump pump system runs as quietly and smoothly as possible.

We work with the very best manufacturers such as, Newton Waterproofing, Delta Members and Zoeller so you can be assured that your basement system is in safe hands.

Not only do we install new basement pumping systems but we also provide sump pump servicing as well. So if your sump pump is not working correctly then we are here to help no matter what the sump pump problem maybe.

You can get in touch with our highly trained professionals by clicking the link down below or by calling 0800 019 9949.


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Frequently asked questions about Macerator Pumps

Our Basement Sump and Pump experts have pulled together a list of the most frequently asked questions that we have received regarding problems with macerators.

The most frequently asked questions, regarding macerator pumps are as follows;

What is A Macerator Pump?

A macerator is a pump that is attached to a toilet that grinds up solid waste using a high speed rotational blade which then pumps the waste into the drainage system.

Exactly What Does a Macerator Do?

Macerators are designed to pump away waste materials from toilets, as well as other waste waters without depending on a regular drainage system.

Macerator

How to Install a Macerator?

Every macerator is unique; therefore it is essential to comply with the instructions within the manual which comes with it. However, as a basic guideline, the majority of macerators slide behind the toilet. You should then be able to pull the rubber over the opening of the toilet from the macerator pump.

Once this is done, you must plumb in the opening from the macerator to the soil pipe or stack. When this step is completed, it is essential to have an electrician present, as you could possibly be violating industry regulations and the law.

What would happen if I put incorrect substances in the macerator?

In the event you insert the wrong substances down the toilet, there would most likely be a jam or block use of the rota along with the outlet waste that is being pumped out, resulting in an emergency call out.

I live in a rented property, What if the macerator gets blocked, is the landlord accountable for this?

In the event the macerator is blocked it is the duty of the landlord to ensure it is safe. Provided that there is certainly a primary toilet within the house, the landlord is within his legal rights to arrange a plumber to visit on a standard weekday.

Nevertheless if perhaps the problem of the macerator is a result of misuse, then this will be the accountability of the tenant. It is wise to determine if there is power getting to the macerator, as it establishes if the macerator needs replacing or not.

Why Is Macerator Pump Making A Loud Noise?

Macerators can seem to be loud however, only potentially as loud as a washing machine or even a dishwasher.

How Much Does Is It Cost To Install A Macerator Pump?

Macerator costs range between, £150 to £600 based on the manufacture, the guarantee, the brand and what the macerators will likely be useful for.

A reliable macerator would most likely cost roughly between, £280 to £600. To get a macerator installed this would cost on average £500.

How Long Does a Macerator Pump Last?

The common rule regarding macerator pumps, is the machine, which will usually last up to 15 years, if handling a small amount of waste. With standard usage in a main bathroom in a domestic home, you can assume a macerator to last at least for about 10 years.

If the macerator has been utilised in a high traffic for example on a commercial property, you would then calculate approximately 3 years.

However there are actually specific macerators which are made specifically for commercial usage, though the cost for one will be considerably higher than a domestic macerator.

Can a macerator also take other appliances?

Dependent on the type of macerator, a macerator will take all types of soil waste, provided that it is within the guidelines and there are certainly no solids going down, such as kitchen waste or even wet wipes. See our list of things not to be put down a sewage pump.

Should a qualified person be needed to install a macerator?

Provided that the instructions are followed appropriately in full together with meeting all regulations then a qualified person, such as a plumber is not necessarily needed.

However if in any doubt consult a qualified expert for further advice.

What Should I do If My Macerator Is Not Working?

On many occasions, broken macerators can only be replaced, while any substitution on a macerator voids the guarantee, it is highly recommended to never try to exchange the components simply because of the kind of work required.

Hopefully, you are fortunate enough to have a macerator that is only obstructed with undesirable item or the switch has accidentally been turned off or perhaps the fuse has gone.

In the event the fuse has gone, it will always be beneficial to examine the cause, as the motor may need replacing or a common fault with the device.

Install, Service and Maintain Macerator Pumps

If you are looking to install, service or have maintenance on your macerator pumps then it is always best to contact an expert.

At the Basement Sump and Pump Company, we have over 10 years of experience in the macerating industry and we are also members of the Property Care Association so you can be assured that the work carried out will be to the highest of standards possible.

To get in touch with our team by clicking the link down below or call us on 0800 019 9949.

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I have a waterproofing system but my basement floods every time it rains

As we start to see the back of Storm Dennis, this doesn’t mean we are in the clear. The Met Office has forecasted further heavy showers in the next few days and with this comes the increased risk of flooding, does your basement flood every time it rains?

How Should My Waterproofing System Protect My Basement From Flooding?

Your system was built with flooding in mind, if you have a dual pump system, this reduces the risk of flooding by significantly more than a normal pump system, because the secondary pump is in place, continuing to pump even if the first pump fails to operate.

It is important that the system can still work even during a power cut (these can be common during severe weather and alongside heavy rainfall) this then ensures the sump pumps are supplied with power, allowing them to operate for a period of time during a power cut. As a further precaution, most pump systems come with an alarm as standard, failing to keep up with your service plan could result in the alarm failing and not detecting high levels of water.

What Should I do If My Basement Floods?

Firsts things first, it’s important to sanitise all areas in the property that are affected and strip out all damaged timber from the property. With the potential health hazards, floodwater can bring, it’s important to cover exposed areas of skin and keep children and pets clear from flooded areas.

By removing any flood-damaged timber this then reduces the potential risk of a fungal decay outbreak, if you’re unsure on how to carry out flood remediation it’s always vital to speak to specialist property care specialists, such as nationwide company Timberwise.

Did you know?

During a flood, water levels and the rate at which the water is flowing can quickly change. It only takes 6 inches of floodwater to knock you off your feet.

How Do I Prevent My Basement From Flooding Again?

If you have spent the time, money and effort in transforming your basement into further living space or valuable storage space for your treasured belongings it’s important to ensure the continued maintenance of your installed waterproofing system to keep the basement dry. Although your system may require a little extra maintenance occasionally, the benefits last long term.

Why It’s Important To Maintain Your Pump?

It’s important to regularly carry out maintenance of the sump pump as failure to do so can result in not only the pump but the whole system failing. The consequences of failure are often major upheaval as it can lead to your basement flooding, personal belongings completely ruined and leaving your basement guarantee null and void.

Is Your Basement Ready To Handle The Heavy Rain?

You can trust our basement pump experts to provide you with the best basement sump pump service to solve your damp basement problem. Don’t worry, by completing the form, you’re not committing to a service. We will simply be in touch to discuss your options and answer questions you may have.

You can get in touch with our team by calling 0800 019 9949 or filling in our contact us form.


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Why is My Sump Pump Not Working?

Category : Basement Care , News

Sump Pump Power Outage
Sump Pump System is Frozen or Clogged
Lack of Maintenance
Float Switch is Not Working
Corrosion of the Sump Pump
Blocked Impeller
The Valve Has Stopped Working

A common question that is often asked by our customers is “Why is my sump pump not working?” The sump pump unit is perhaps the most important part of the basement waterproofing system.

The sump pump ensures that water is pumped away from the sump to an area away from the property where the water can then be drained away from the foundation.

If the basement sump and pump stops working then this can be a real problem. There are several reasons why the waterproofing system may have stopped working.

Sump Pump Power Outage

One of the reasons why the basement sump pump may not be working is that there could be an issue with power reaching the sump pump. The sump pump can lose power as a result of:

  • Extreme bad storm weather
  • A fuse can be blown in the circuit for where the sump pump has been plugged in
  • If you are using a low energy battery back up this can lose power
  • The plug socket was used for something else and the sump pump was not plugged back in.

One simple solution to this is contacting our team at the Basement Sump and Pump Company for a long-lasting battery backup sump pump system.

Sump Pump System is Frozen or Clogged

The perimeter drainage channel is a key part of the waterproofing system and when it is functioning correctly it will take the water from the perimeter of the basement and channel it to the sump and pump for safe removal from the basement. If the pipe on the sump pump unit has become blocked for whatever reason, the unit cannot pump any water from your property which could potentially lead to flooding.

Dirty

Sump pumps can also stop working if the pipe becomes frozen. Also, if any debris in the pipework is too much for the sump pump system to handle, then this could potentially be another reason why it will not work properly.

Lack of Routine Maintenance

Like most things, it can be subject to wear and tear through constant use and could become defective over a long period of time if not maintained. The best solution to this is to have an annual sump pump service, this will make sure that everything is working properly with your waterproofing system and ensures optimum performance.

Dirty

Our technicians are highly skilled pump engineers, and we can install and provide maintenance for different types of sump pump systems. The manufacturers we are currently working with are Zoeller Pumps, Delta Membranes and John Newtons.

Float Switch Not Working

The float switch functions based on the level of the water that is in the sump pump pit. When the water rises to a certain level then the sump pump will automatically switch on and start the process of pumping the water out of the basement.

Dirty

When the water level in the sump pump pit drops to a certain level the float switch will turn off. If the water in the pit is full of debris such as paper, wet wipes and hair then the water may struggle to move freely and the float switch may not operate as it should.

Corrosion of the Sump Pump Unit

Even the most corrosion resistant sump pump unit will start to rust at some point in its lifetime and if this happens the float switch may once again struggle to function properly.

The best course of action is to contact a specialist who can either clean the sump pump or install replacement parts as necessary.

Blocked Impeller

The impeller is one of the main functions for the sump pump system to work properly and this can malfunction for several reasons. One main sign that there is an issue with the impeller will be strange noises coming from the sump pump.

The impeller can become clogged due to the build up of dirt or debris. This can be sorted by having the impeller cleaned or in severe cases even replaced.

The Valve Has Stopped Working

The valve stops the water that is pumped from flowing back into the sump pump pit. Clogging is the main issue for why the valve will have stopped working. Debris, tiny stones or mud can start to build if not regularly maintained.

Dirty

The valve can also wear out after a long period of time so if this happens then this will need to be replaced to ensure that the sump pump system is working in order again.

What Do I Need To Do To Fix My Sump Pump System?

We have now outlined the reasons why the sump pump system may stop working, so what can you do? The main fix to sorting out the issue is to have regular maintenance of the sump pump system.

In a majority of cases, this means having an annual service of the sump pump. All issues discussed for the sump pump to stop working can be sorted by contacting our team at the Basement Sump and Pump Company.

Having regular maintenance carried out at your property is a small price to pay to know that your basement waterproofing system will be running smoothly during times of heavy periods of rainfall.

You can get in touch with us by clicking the link button below:

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Technician installing sump pump

How Do Sump Pumps Work?

Category : Basement Care , News

You’ve probably heard of sump pumps before. They are often mentioned by people after severe flooding or heavy storms. It’s unusual that you will hear people moaning about them, instead you will hear people talking about how the sump pump has saved their home, ensuring that they aren’t knee deep in water and their home is flood free.

What Is A Sump Pump?

A sump pump is a pump that is used to remove water that accumulates in a water-collecting sump basin and is commonly found in the basement of homes.

Water entering a home, due to heavy rain or high water table levels, is collected through the perimeter drains of a basement waterproofing system. The drains will funnel the water into the sump basin and the pump will then remove the collected water to the nearest drainage point.

The job of a sump pump is to direct water away from the house, to a place where it is no longer problematic, because of this, the pump will often be used in the basement of homes or areas where the water table is above the foundation level.

Basement sump pump

It is very easy for groundwater to collect in basements and crawl spaces. It will rise through cracks in your foundations and penetrate through your walls, often during long periods of rain or heavy storms.

If there is a possibility of flooding in your home, it is recommended that you have a sump pump installed as this will collect the water and redirect it away from your home, protecting your home from flooding and any waterproofing system from damage.

How Much Does It Cost For A Sump Pump To Be Installed?

It can cost up to £600 plus VAT for a sump pump to be installed in an average domestic property. However, this is dependent on whether any additional pipework is required. If larger pumps or foul pumps are required, then the cost can be higher.

Here at Basement Sump and Pump, as a trusted sump pump installation company, we install numerous sump pumps every year. Around 80% of the installations we complete will cost between £400 and £500 plus VAT. However, if a replacement sump is required it will be double this cost.

We would be happy to arrange for one of our sump pump specialists to visit your home and give you a free, no obligation quote for a sump pump to be installed in your property.

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How Does A Sump Pump Work?

A sump pump will be installed in the lowest part of your basement where a hole around 2 feet deep and 18 inches across is cut into your concrete floor and the pump is placed in the sump pit, also known as a sump basin. The water will flow into the sump pit where it will be collected until the pump is activated.

A sump pump is activated by a float, similar to the one in your toilet tank, when the float rises to a set level the pump will start and the water will be pumped out of the sump basin. The water is then taken by the pipes out of the home via a drainage point and safely discarded several feet away from the foundation of the property.

cleaned-sump-unit

Sump pumps work really well when there is heavy rainfall, strong storms or rapidly melting snow. Instead of these weather elements flooding your home, they will be collected in the sump pit and pumped to a safe drainage area.

The Types of Sump Pumps

There are two types of sump pumps; a pedestal sump pump and a submersible sump pump.

The pedestal sump pump is often the more economical sump pump option. As it is mounted above the sump with an exposed motor it makes it easier for repairs to take place if needed. The pedestal sump pump is the more visible pump, but often won’t last as long as the submersible sump pumps.

The submersible sump pump is completely mounted inside the sump and sealed. This makes it the more visually appealing sump pump, but it does mean it is tricky to complete repairs if needed. The submersible sump pump will tend to cost more than the pedestal sump pump, but it will last longer, be less obtrusive and quieter too.

Why Do You Need A Sump Pump?

If you have a beautifully finished basement that is nicely converted into the perfect space to relax and unwind with gorgeous carpets, latest electronics and more, then you definitely need a sump pump installed. It will help avoid the risk of bad weather, or a change in water table levels, destroying your dream basement space.

You should also be considering a sump pump repair if your basement has flooded before. If you live in a flat or low lying area with soil that readily and easily traps water, if you live somewhere that has lots of extreme weather such as frequent heavy rain or snow or if your existing pump is 6 years old or more as they will usually last up to 10 years.

In order to get the most out of your pump, it is vitally important that they receive a regular service to keep them working efficiently and prevent any unwanted build up.

If you would like a basement sump and pump service then get in touch with us by calling 0800 019 9949 or contact us online.

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Everything You Need To Know About Macerators & Sewage Pumps

Category : Basement Care , News

A macerator pump is a fast-moving rotating blade that breaks up toilet waste through piping and into a sewer or septic tank. They’re compact units usually found in bathrooms at the back of your toilet. If you need your macerator serviced please get in touch and we can provide you with more information on 0800 019 9949.

Sewage pumps are wastewater pumps that move sewage from your property to an outlet channel. They’re always found at the lowest point of your basement and are generally submerged most of the time. Discharge water from toilets, showers and washing machines will all be removed from your property via a sewage pump.

Before sump pump clean

 Before Service

Most sewage pumps at automatic, and in case of power failure, it’s recommended they’re fitted with a battery back-up system. The last thing you want in your basement is your sewage pump failing! We recommend having your sewage pump serviced at least once a year and your sewage chamber cleaned at least every 18 months.

To help you keep your sewage pump / macerator working in tip top condition we have compiled our list of the top items that you should not flush your toilet or sink:

Disposable baby wipes – even products described as ‘biodegradable’.
Paper towels – these items do not break down easily unlike normal toilet paper.
Sanitary towels and tampons
Dental floss – can become tangled in the grinder mechanism.
Plastic bags – incredibly people do flush plastic bags down lavatories!
Cotton wool buds – although small, these have been known to clog impellers.
Latex condoms / gloves – these are not biodegradable and can clog impellers.

After sump pump clean

After Service

At The Basement Sump & Pump Co. we are experts in servicing and maintaining sewage pumps. If you have any questions about your pump or need to book in a service, please give us a call on 0800 019 9949 or fill out our online form to request a service we’re here to help!


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Top 5 Questions about Sump Pumps

Category : Basement Care , News

Here at the Basement Sump & Pump Company we get lots of customers asking us for advice about their sump pump. Many of our customers have never even heard of a sump pump before! But don’t worry; we are here to help ensure your sump pump runs as smooth as possible and provide you with all the information you need to keep your basement warm and dry.

What is a sump pump?

A sump pump is a pump used to remove excess water from a chamber, which also known as a sump. Water may collect in the chamber from excess groundwater, channelled from a perimeter drainage system, or from rainwater. They’re commonly found in basements which are below the water table.

Sump pumps are usually made of metal or plastic and are commonly submersed inside the chamber. When the water level inside the chamber reaches a certain level, the pump will turn on automatically and drain the water away to a convenient drain off point.

Some pumps also have an alarm to let you know when the water level is too high. Other pumps come with a battery back-up system so they can work in the event of power failure.

Sump pump

Why do I need my sump pump serviced?

Once your sump pump is installed, it’s easy to forget it is even there. Many people only become aware that they have a sump pump fitted if suddenly their basement starts to flood. Flooding can occur if your pump has broken, if the pump isn’t powerful enough or if there is a blockage in your perimeter channel.

An annual service may be required to validate any insurance or guarantee on your basement in the event of a flood and to avoid any loss of personal property that may be housed near your pump. Regular maintenance is recommended to ensure your pump is functioning properly.

How often should I get my sump pump serviced?

To keep your sump pump in good working condition, we recommend having a service every 12 months. However, some pumps are used more frequently than others. For example: We attend many pumps in London that are heavily used due to a build-up of silt in their basement drainage channels, so in such instances, we would recommend a service every 6 months to ensure the pump is working as it should. The Basement Sump Pump Company can offer competitive discounts to customers who require a service every 6 months.

Your pump will also be heavily used if it disposes of water from a washing machine or dishwasher. We also service sewage pumps, which may require a deep clean every other year. This can be assessed at the time of your pump service.

What do I do if my sump pump alarm goes off?

In the event of your alarm sounding, don’t panic! Sometimes condensation will make contact with the sensor inside the chamber and set off your alarm. To find out if the water level inside you pump is too high, then listen to see if your pump is running constantly. It will sound similar to a dishwasher. The pump may be continuously running for various reasons, most of which can be easily fixed.

If you require an engineer to provide your sump pump repair, give us a call on 0800 019 9949 and we will endeavour to get someone out to help you as soon as possible.

How long will my sump pump last?

Submersible sump pumps generally last up to 10 years if not longer. Regular service will ensure your pump lasts as long as possible. As submersible pumps can be expensive to replace, it will be cheaper for you in the long run to prolong the life of your sump pump. However, it is always worthwhile checking with the manufacturer of your pump to find out how long they advise the manufacturers warranty is valid for.


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The Basement Sump Pump introduces our newly designed and responsive site

Category : General News , News

To improve our customer experience at The Basement Sump Pump we proud to introduce our new and responsive site. The Basement Sump Pump website is now redesigned to have a more modern feel with improvements made to the overall usability of the site. We not only wanted to make improvements to the design of the site but to make the site fully responsive – meaning that the site looks great on your phone as well as your laptop.

The redesign of the site was created with the visitors in mind and to improve the experience for the user. By improving the experience the aim is to make it easier than ever for our visitors to become customers.

The feel of ease is very important to make the visitor’s journey much easier. To ensure all the information about our services are made easily accessible to our customers, the layout and the sites navigation were carefully measured.
The feel of ease is very important to make the visitor’s journey much easier. To ensure all the information about our services are made easily accessible to our customers, the layout and the sites navigation were carefully measured.

The Changes we have made to the Site:

Introducing the Parallax Scroll

“The what scroll?!” – Although this sounds techy there is a simple explanation! On the homepage, you will see that that the background image will move at a slower rate than the foreground which creates an illusion of the image being 3D once scrolling down the page. This is known as the parallax scroll.

Faster Page Speed and Efficiency

Page loading time is an annoyance for anyone who visits any site so by making improvements to the back-end of our site we have decreased the page load times. This means our visitors can find exactly what they want without having to spend much time waiting for pages to load.

Sleek, New Look and Design

We felt that the site needed to be brought into the 21st century. So, we have given it an extra clean finish to ensure that distractions are eliminated allowing our visitors to focus on the most important aspect of the site, the content.

Responsive Design

Mobile is a main part in everyone’s daily life so here at The Basement Sump and Pump, we not only wanted to make the site look attractive but also be able to function on all screen sizes and resolutions.

Our goal is to improve the visitor’s experience and to ensure that The Basement Sump and Pump is the go-to company for sump pump servicing. If you have any problems with your sump pump then please call 0800 019 9949 or visit our Request a Clean & Check Service page.


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Annual checks at the ready for summer!

As the UK has had its fair share of wet weather already this year, we should start preparing  for yet another typical British summer. Don’t be fooled by a short spell of sunshine, enquires have already been “flowing” in for sump and pump checks.

Most home owners miss their annual checks or forget to arrange one with the busy summer holidays coming up however with the potential for bursts of rain coming in thick and fast, this may cause an issue for your sump and pump. An annual clean and check can help maintain your sump and pump and keep it ticking along, saving you time, money as well as making for a stress free summer!

An unchecked Sump and Pump

To prevent this happening your sump and pump…

Don’t forget an annual basement pump servicing, in a majority of cases, this is required as part of the conditions of your guarantee. To arrange a ‘Clean and Check’ pump service from ourselves simply call 0800 019 9949 or complete our on-line ‘Clean and Check’ request form


Bradley Brown
Bradley Brown
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I called up for a service which was promptly booked in. Mark was friendly and knowledgeable. I will definitely be... having you back next year. Many thanks, Lewis.read more
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alan holmes
09:59 28 Jun 18
Mark arrived early, protected floor surfaces and carried out the service with good knowledge of the site from doing the... initial installation and previous service visitsread more
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