Sump Pump Repair & Replacement

Call of Dooty is your one-stop shop for all things sump pump installation. We offer a variety of services, from emergency service to regular maintenance. Our technicians are experts in everything from installation to troubleshooting and repair. We’ve got you covered!

Sump pump installation is one of our specialties, so if you’re looking to install a new sump pump in your basement or crawlspace, we can help! Our technicians will also make sure that your pump is connected properly, so it will work efficiently when it comes time to drain water from your basement.

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Sump Pump Service Benefits

When it comes to home improvements, you want to make sure you’re doing the right thing. After all, you don’t want to waste money on something that won’t benefit your home. A sump pump installation service is one of those things that can make a big difference in your life if you have a sump pump installed in your basement or crawl space.

Protects Your Investment

Many things can go wrong with a sump pump, and if you don’t have it serviced regularly, it may not be able to handle the job. For example, if you live in an area where there is heavy rainfall or flood-prone areas nearby, your sump pump could become clogged with debris. If this happens and your basement begins to fill with water, you could end up needing thousands of dollars worth of repairs just because your sump pump wasn’t working properly.

A properly maintained sump pump will protect your home from flooding as well as other hazards like mold growth or root infiltration into walls. Having someone come out every six months for routine maintenance also helps keep costs down by ensuring that any issues are discovered before they become too big to deal with easily.

Improve the Value of Your Home

Improve the Value of Your Home
Basement or crawl space sump pump installation is a valuable investment, as it protects the value of your home. One of the most important things to consider when purchasing a new home or property is whether or not it has adequate drainage systems in place. If there isn’t an adequate drainage system in place, then this could lead to structural damage and other serious issues down the line, including flooding.

Protects the Environment

A sump pump can help prevent flooding in the surrounding area. It can also help prevent flooding in your neighborhood and community.
Sump pumps are designed to collect water from a basement or crawlspace that has been flooded with groundwater, rainwater, and condensation. They drain this water into an outside drainage system, saving your home from damage caused by moisture build-up. A typical installation includes one or more submersible pumps installed directly into the ground below grade level, usually near the lowest point of a structure.

Crawl Space Sump Pump Installation

Crawl spaces are a common place for water to collect. If you have a crawl space, you know how important it is to keep it dry. If you find yourself with a wet crawl space, the solution is simple: get a sump pump installed.

A sump pump is a device that moves water out of your crawl space and into your home’s drainage system. It’s designed to work without electricity, so you don’t need to worry about power outages or other problems keeping it from working properly.

Installing Backup Sump Pump

Sump pump installation is very important to ensure your home stays safe and dry.

Installing backup sump pump can help keep your home dry in case of a power failure that could cause a primary sump pump to fail. The backup sump pump will automatically start up when the primary pump fails, keeping water from rising in your basement.

We offer our customers a wide range of options to choose from, including different sizes and types of backup pumps. If you’re not sure which one would be best for your needs, we’ll help you decide through our consultation process.

Sump Pump Repair

Sump pump repair is a service that we provide to our customers to ensure that their sump pump isn’t going to fail in the middle of a storm. We know that when your sump pump fails, it can be devastating. Not only is it an inconvenience, but it can also cause water damage to your property.

Our technicians have years of experience with repairing sump pumps and can handle all types of situations. Whether you need us to simply check your current sump pump system or you need us to replace it entirely, we have exactly what you need.

Common Sump Pump Problems

Sump pumps are a necessity for homeowners. They help keep your home dry and water-free during heavy rainfalls and floods. However, like all things mechanical, they can break down at any time. When this happens, you must call a professional like us. So what are some issues that may happen with your sump pump? Here’s what you should be looking out for:

Incompetent Installation

  • The sump pump was installed in the wrong place
  • The sump pump is inaccessible, or too far away from the drain pipe to work properly
  • Your contractor may not have been licensed or experienced enough to install your sump pump correctly
  • If your sump pump is level with other things around it (like your floor), it will produce more vibration and noise than if it were installed on a slight incline that allows water to flow down smoothly and quietly

Debris in the Sump Pump

If you have a sump pump and it’s not working properly, there are a few things that could be wrong. The first thing to check is whether or not the sump pump has any debris in it. If there is, this can prevent water from being sucked into the system.

Low Water Pressure

If you have low water pressure, it could be causing your sump pump to fail.

If you have low water pressure in your home (less than 20 PSI), this can cause the sump pump to malfunction and stop working properly. Low water pressure can be caused by things like:

  • A clogged filter on the main faucet or showerhead
  • An improperly sized or installed backflow prevention device that allows air into the system instead of water when you turn on faucets or showers

Water Damage

Water damage is a common problem that can be caused by several factors. In some cases, water leaks into your home through cracks in walls and ceilings, or even through windows and doors. Water damage can also occur when sump pumps fail to work properly, which allows water to seep into your basement or crawlspace.

Water damage can cause mold and mildew growth on the walls of your home; this can lead to serious health problems if left untreated. If you suspect that you may have a leaky roof or other sources of moisture coming into contact with wood framing in your house, you must address these issues right away, the longer they go unchecked, the more damage will occur as time goes on.

Sump Pump Replacement

Sump pump replacement is a very common service request. A sump pump is a crucial component of your home’s foundation system and can save you from a costly and messy basement renovation. If you notice that your sump pump is not working properly or has been damaged, it’s important to call us to replace sump pump.

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Sump pump replacement is an important home maintenance task

Sump pump replacement is an important home maintenance task. It’s recommended that you replace your sump pump every 10 years to ensure that it continues to work properly and keep your basement dry. If the sump pump fails during a storm or flooding event, it can lead to significant water damage in your basement.

Sump pump service includes a check of your sump pump and ejector pump and any other related equipment

This service is essential to ensure that your system is operating properly, and can help prevent damage from occurring to your home or business. We will check:

  • Sump pump check valve for damage
  • Float switch for damage
  • The float switch for proper operation (it should always be in the on position)
  • Inlet hose for damage or restriction (if there is too much resistance

If you need to replace your sump pump, we can help you select the right one

A sump pump replacement can be a big job. If your home has both an ejector and a sump pump, then it’s likely that you will also need to replace these additional parts:

  • The Pit – the basin where water is collected during heavy rains or ice dams (if applicable)
  • The Check Valve – a device that prevents backflow into the home when the power goes out
  • The Float Switch – which turns on when water reaches a certain level and shuts off once it recedes again

Are you looking for Sump Pump Installers?

You don’t have to worry about sump pump repair or replacement any longer. Call of Dooty is here to help you. We are the best in the business and our prices are unbeatable. We can get your sump pump fixed and running again in no time at all. Don’t hesitate to call us today at (702) 788-2513.

Frequently Asked Questions

Replacing a sump pump is a pretty easy task, and it’s something you can do yourself. Here’s how:

  1. You’ll need to turn off the power to your sump pump at the circuit breaker or fuse box.
  2. Once the power is off, disconnect the wires from the pump, being careful not to let them touch anything else.
  3. Remove any screws that are holding down the pump, and then pull it out of its housing (you might want to use a flashlight for this part).
  4. Take the new pump and place it into its housing so that it lines up with all of your holes for screws and wires. Make sure you tighten everything down firmly so that nothing falls out of place later on.
  5. When everything looks good inside your sump pit box, turn your power back on and make sure everything works properly before putting everything back together again.

That depends on the quality of the pump, the type of water it’s pumping, and how much use it gets. Generally speaking, a good rule of thumb is to replace your sump pump every 5-10 years.

It can take anywhere from one to three days to replace a sump pump. The length of time depends on a few different factors, including:

  • The type of pump you have, and whether it is installed in-ground or above ground
  • Whether or not you have a backup system installed
  • Whether or not your sump pit requires excavation

Sub pumps last for years. The only thing that can cause a sub pump to break is a lack of maintenance or repair, and that’s unlikely to happen if you’re doing the right thing with your pump. They are designed to last for many years, and many people have never had one break. If you properly maintain your sub pump, it should last for many years without incident.

Yes! You’ll need to call your local building department and find out what the specific requirements are for your area. The Building Department will be able to let you know whether or not you’ll need one, and if so, what kind of paperwork is necessary.

Good question! The lifespan of a sump pump depends on the quality of the pump, how well it’s maintained, and how often you use it.

If you have a high-quality pump that has been properly maintained, a sump pump can last for many years, even over 20 years. However, if you have an old or poorly-maintained pump, or if your house is prone to flooding or leaks (or if the sump pump runs constantly), then it may not last as long.

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