Basement flooding is a serious issue. If your Meridian home is not protected by a sump pump or an ejector pump, you might find yourself in a difficult situation when heavy rainfalls or snow melts. Sump pumps and ejector pumps work to catch and remove accumulated water from your basement or crawl space and remove it from your home.
Without these pumps, water can flood out your basement, causing damage to the items stored there and promoting the growth of mold. The damage can be dangerous and expensive, so it is imperative to trust the expert plumbers at A+ Drain Cleaning & Plumbing to install, repair and maintain your sump pumps. We have been providing fast and reliable sump pump services in Meridian, ID and the bordering regions for more than 20 years. Our plumbers can handle all your sump pump/ejector pumps needs quickly and efficiently.
Give us a call at (208) 899-8690 or contact us online to schedule an appointment today. Be sure to check our generous coupons so you can save money on your next service.
We Are Your Meridian’s Trusted Sump Pump Experts
A+ Drain Cleaning & Plumbing has been a trusted name in the plumbing industry since 2009 because we’re dedicated to professional reliable service. Our sump pump specialists are well insured and licensed, so you can rest easy knowing that your home is in safe hands. They go through one of the most rigorous programs in the industry for seamless workmanship. They are also fully background checked and drug tested for your safety.
We use cutting-edge technology and sophisticated techniques to offer you our superior services. When you call us, you can be confident you are receiving high quality sump pump and ejector pump services from the best plumbers in Meridian, ID. As a professional plumbing company, we have the knowledge and understanding of what it takes to get the job done right. Our customers are our highest priority and we guarantee your 100% satisfaction.
Three Most Common Sump Pump Problems
- Old Age - Sump pumps do not last forever, their average life expectancy is about 10 years, your pump could be running inefficiently because it may be time for a replacement. The durability of sump pumps depends on the quality of the pump, the electrical source, frequency of use and the length the pump has to carry water. If you suspect your sump pump has reached the end of its lifespan, contact our expert plumbers to come out and inspect it.
- Sump Pump Continuously Running - If your sump is running too much or even continuously running despite the weather outside, it might be an indication of a significant problem. Contact our sump pump experts to examine the situation and make the necessary recommendation.
- Unusual Noise - One of the most common problems homeowners face with their sump pumps is excess noise. While pumps make sound when operating, you should keep an ear out for unusual sounds like gurgling, grinding, rattling and thuds.