Sump Pump Installations & Repairs
Maintenance & Repairs
Sump Pump failure can be a disaster for your home and your budget alike. The longer your basement or crawl space is flooded or flooding, the more extensive the damage can become. If your Sump Pump fails, our professional, skilled plumbers are just a phone call a day. With 24 hour emergency service, we can get your equipment functioning as quickly as possible.
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Replacements & Installations
With Decades of Experience in Plumbing Technology, We Have the Expert Advice You Need to Select the Perfect Sump Pump Products for Your Home or Business. We recommend the most dependable and reliable brands. When your sump pump needs to be replaced, we do the job right the first time. Don't forget the battery backup to protect you in the event of a power outage!
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Jersey Plumbing Service is dedicated to your comfort and daily necessities. Our experienced technicians continue to train and educate themselves on the best and newest technologies in plumbing. Keep your home protected by quickly replacing failed sump pumps, or maintaining and repairing your current sump pump.
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Whether you have a require simple maintenance, an extensive repair, or a complete replacement of your sump pump, our Professionally Trained Plumbers are available 24 hours a day to protect your home from water damage. Jersey Plumbing is a name you can trust.
Types of Sump Pumps
Submersible Sump Pumps
A sump pump is installed at the lowest point of your basement or crawl space. Installed around your home's foundation is a perimeter drain system where ground water collects and is deferred to a sump pump pit. A submersible pump sits at the bottom of a sump pit, which is triggered by a float switch. When water levels rise and trigger the switch, the pump moves the water to the nearest storm drain, dry well or detention pond. Your sump pump is your best line of defense against flood damage in your basement. Because the same storms that bring a lot of extra water into the drainage system also tend to knock out the power, it is recommended to install a battery backup for your sump pump.
Water Powered Backup Sump Pumps
A water powered sump pump is a great alternative to a batter backup sump pump if you have access to municipal water. When your power goes out, it switches to the use of town water to power the pump, keeping your basement safe and dry until power is restored. Water costs will go up when the unit is in use, however, compared to the cost of a flooded basement, it's well worth the investment and will never need a battery.
Sump Pump Maintenance
Cleaning your sump pit is an essential step in sump pump maintenance. To clean the sump pit, remove dirt, gravel, and other debris to increase the efficiency of the pump. Your discharge line opening should be free of obstruction so that the water can be pumped through the line and out of your basement/crawlspace. It's important to test your sump pump regularly to be sure your home is ready for the next big rain. To test the pump, pour a bucket of water in the pit. The pump should remove the water and shut off shortly after. You'll want to be sure the check valve and float aren't stuck. To have your sump pump tested and maintained by Jersey Plumbing Service, call us today, (908)281-7101.
Recommended Sump Pump Brands
Zoeller Sump Pump
Water Powered Backup Sump Pump by Liberty
Failed Sump Pump