Have you noticed any problems with your sump pump recently? If you suspect your sump pump unit has not been functioning properly, waiting too long to have it professionally inspected can result in long-term damage for your sump pump, as well as water damage in the basement of your Buffalo home. Sump pump repair costs can vary based on the severity the problem. For example, if your sump pump has exceeded its lifespan or is already in a compromised condition, your repairs may be more costly or extensive.
Here are some common signs your sump pump may need to be repaired:
- Loud, strange, or vibrating noises coming from sump pump system
- Visible signs of corrosion, rust, or damage
- A sump pump that’s constantly running and fails to turn on and off
- A sump pump that runs infrequently or at random times
- No water in the sump pit
- Failure to turn on
- A sump pump that was installed incorrectly the first time
- A sump pump that has completely stopped functioning
- Frequent power outages in your home
These are just some of the many indicators that your sump pump needs repairs. Because a malfunctioning sump pump can result in dangerous and costly water damage in your home, it’s recommended to have your system inspected by a professional plumber as soon as possible. At The Plumber, Heating & Cooling, our certified technicians will evaluate your sump pump and discuss repair options with you in detail.
Our certified technicians specialize in repairing all types of sump pumps, including standard sump pumps, combination pumps, battery-powered pumps, and water-powered pumps. At The Plumber, Heating & Cooling, we always provide fast and convenient service and can repair many types of sump pump models. Contact the certified technicians at The Plumber, Heating & Cooling in Buffalo for sump pump repair services, and schedule a professional inspection to determine what repairs are needed. We’ll be happy to discuss our services and answer all your questions.