Servicing & Maintenance Of Sewage Pump Systems
Sewage Pumps are key in the movement of sewage liquids and solids from one location to another. Residential sewage pumps transfer the foul waste from the sewage basin to the sewage system or to the septic tank.
Sewage pumps have to be able to move solids through the pump as opposed to sewage grinders that cut solids into smaller pieces so that they can then easily pass through the impeller and discharge pipes. In both cases though there is the potential for the impeller to become clogged as a result of our modern lifestyles and waste disposal habits.
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Typically, home-owners will only become aware of problems with their sewage pump when the pump becomes jammed and there is a backup of waste. The only way to stop this from happening is to have servicing and maintenance carried out on a regular basis.
Often, the issue causing the pump to stop working can be traced back to unsuitable items within the sewage grinder.
The Reasons Why You Should Have Sewage Pumps Installed?
As we have already explained, sewage pumps are designed to move excess water away from the basement and then safely deposit it into the sewage system. There are a number of benefits to having a sewage pump system, but it is important to understand that the installation process is difficult to carry out without a highly experienced engineer.
One of the main reasons for having a sewage pump installed at your property is that it eliminates waste build up. Sewage pumps are vital for removing waste efficiently away from your property into the main sewage system or if you have septic tank. Sewage pumps work especially well when wrong materials are inadvertently flushed down the toilet.
There are cases where you may have a bathroom in the cellar or basement and as a result you will need a sewage pump to allow the waste to work against gravity by going up and out into the septic tank system.