Why Do Boulder Homes Have Sump Pumps?
Boulder homes have sump pumps in their basements if they are below the water table, in order to safely remove water from a building. Your property’s water may drain into a basement waterproofing system to be discharged by the pump. Older homes used to discharge into the Boulder’s sewers. Modern homes discharge elsewhere on the property, away from the building and preferably downhill. Sump pump service is essential to keeping the pumps running, removing water from basements and away from the foundations of buildings.
Sump Pump Repair in Boulder
Submersible and pedestal are the two types of sump pumps in Boulder. The submersible type is self-contained and completely sealed so it can be submerged in the sump pit. These are the most common sumps, often installed in Boulder homes while they are being built. Pedestal types contain two parts, a motor and a hose. The motor stays above the pit, and the hose is in the pit. Our sump pump contractors will maintain or restore your pumps, call us today.
Boulder’s Sump Pump Service Specialists
When a sump pump in Boulder dies, it might not be noticed until your basement is flooded. Regular maintenance ensures that your pump remains in good working order and will switch on the next time it is needed. Our sump pump contractors perform scheduled maintenance or one-time repairs on your pump, so you won’t have the headaches that come with a flooded basement or sinking foundation under your Boulder home.
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