If you've got water in your basement, reach out to the professionals at Miller Plumbing Heating Cooling Electric for a quick and efficient solution.
Wet basements are typically the result of water buildup in the soil around your home's foundation. From there, the water enters your home through the cracks and pores in your basement walls and floors.
To keep your basement dry, you must prevent water from getting in, control the humidity levels in your home, and remove any water in your basement via a sump pump.
Sump pumps are installed at the lowest part of your basement to pump out any water before it starts flooding your basement floor. As groundwater flows toward the basement, it is diverted into the sump pit or basin, and once it reaches a certain level the sump pump turns on and pumps it out through a discharge pipe, away from your home's foundation.
Our crews are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to assist you with sump pump installation. Contact us
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Most residential plumbing systems rely on the force of gravity to supply incoming water and provide for the discharge of waste, but sometimes it takes more than gravity to get the job done.
Sometimes a fixture needs to be installed below the closest available sewer or septic line, and the waste from the drain needs to be lifted to the main drain level, which is accomplished by an ejector pump.
Ejector pumps are required when wastewater cannot flow to its destination by the force of gravity at a velocity of at least 2 feet per second. Contact us
to learn more about sewage ejector pump installation!