Sump Pump Services in Fayetteville & Raleigh
Spring thaws and summer rains do more than bring flowers; they also facilitate flooding in homes throughout North Carolina. At Blanton’s Air, Plumbing & Electrical, our certified and fully insured plumbing team makes sure your sump pump will keep you dry no matter what the seasons have in store.
To learn more about our sump pump services in North Carolina, contact Blanton’s at (910) 822-2866 in Fayetteville or (919) 298-2105 in Raleigh. It’s our pleasure to tell you all about the advantages of owning a reliable basement sump pump or crawl space sump pump.
Sump Pump Installation & Sump Pump Replacement
We specialize in installing basement sump pumps and crawl space sump pumps. We will help you select the best pump for your needs and ensure that every aspect of the installation is precision perfect. When your sump pump reaches the end of its serviceable life span, we will help you identify the best-suited replacement and dispose of your old system.
Sump Pump Maintenance & Sump Pump Repairs
Sump pumps require regular maintenance every few months, with a thorough inspection recommended every year. Our certified plumbers are ready to perform the sump pump maintenance that will keep your system ready to go when the water starts to pour in. We maintain a thorough knowledge of sump pump systems and know the best ways to keep your system operating efficiently.
Of course, even the best-built sump pump isn’t immune to damage and regular wear and tear. When discharge lines clog or freeze, motors fail, and switches get stuck, our teams will perform the necessary sump pump repairs quickly and effectively. We maintain a complete inventory of parts and components, which means you don’t have to wait for parts to arrive to complete the required repairs.
Preventing Basement & Crawl Space Flooding
A few ounces of prevention is always worth more than a few thousand dollars in damage. Our teams can identify potential causes of basement flooding before the water seeps in. We’ll inspect your lawn, downspouts, gutters, foundation, and other elements and make informed recommendations based on our years of experience.
FAQs About Sump Pumps
What maintenance do sump pumps require?
Sump pumps should be cleaned every month. This includes wiping it down and making sure that the grade isn’t blocked or damaged. You will also need to flush it once every quarter and perform a thorough inspection of the drainage pipes, screens, inlets, battery backup, and other components once per year.
What is the difference between pedestal and submersible sump pumps?
Pedestal pumps are less efficient and noisier than submersible pumps. They are becoming less and less common, and homeowners opt for submersible pumps that are more efficient and quieter.
How much horsepower do I need?
Bigger is not always better, nor is it always required. Choosing the wrong-sized sump pump can result in oversizing or undersizing, which translates to short cycling or continuous operation. As such, it’s best to stick with pumps with 1/3 to 1/2 horsepower.
Will the sump pump work if the power goes out?
No, unless the sump pump is connected to an emergency power generator. If a flood or heavy rain knocks out the power grid, your sump pump will not protect your basement or crawl space from flooding.
Do you have more questions about sump pumps in North Carolina? Contact the team at Blanton’s Air, Plumbing & Electrical by calling (910) 822-2866 in Fayetteville or (919) 298-2105 in Raleigh. We’ll give you the answers you need to protect your home from unexpected floods.
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