When it comes to well and sewer pumps, there's no better choice than Superior Plumbing Service. With years of experience under our belt, we have become the go-to experts for the Finger Lakes region and surrounding counties. Our dedication to providing top-notch service and quality products ensures that your well and sewer pumps are running smoothly and efficiently. Whether it's a repair or installation, Superior Plumbing Service will get the job done right the first time. Trust us to keep your home or business running smoothly.
Most people take their plumbing for granted, until it starts to go wrong. A faulty well or sewer pump can wreak havoc with your home’s plumbing, causing everything from toilets that won’t flush to flooded basements. Here are some tips to think about regarding your well or sewer pump:
- Well Pump Maintenance: One of the most important things you can do is to make sure that the motor doesn’t overheat. Overheating can cause the pump to shut down, so clean out the area around the motor and ensure that the wiring is in good shape.
- Sewer Pump Maintenance: Avoid flushing things that don’t belong in the toilet, like diapers, feminine products, or wipes. These items can quickly clog up your system and cause all kinds of problems.
- Routine Inspections: One of the best ways to keep your well and sewer pumps healthy is with regular inspections. By having a plumber check your system once per year, you can identify problems early and take corrective action before they get too serious.
- Invest in a Backup System: No one wants to think about it, but your well or sewer pump might fail, especially during intense usage scenarios, such as a big party or gathering when all bathrooms are in use. To prepare for worst-case scenarios, you might consider investing in a backup power generator or spare pump unit.
By taking care of your well and sewer pumps, you can prevent expensive and frustrating plumbing problems down the road. Invest in regular maintenance and contact Superior Plumbing Services if you have any concerns or detect an issue. It’s always better to be safe than sorry, especially when it comes to such a critical component of your home’s systems. Our team of expert professionals is available 24/7 to inspect, diagnose, and repair any issues with your well or sewer pump.