There are many acting parts that make your sump pump work. When they all work correctly, it’s all-good throughout the life of your sump pump. When sump pump working parts fail, whether from normal usage over time, weather or power failure, etc., back-up can occur. Winters in Southwest Michigan can cause discharge lines to freeze, or debris can clog your discharge line causing back-up.
Power failures are the most likely cause of sump pump failure, but other reasons, such as a faulty switch, incorrect installation or even the unlikely event of a product failure, can trigger sump pump back-up. With routine maintenance on your sump pump, many failures can be avoided.
If your sump pump backs up, West Michigan Septic Sewer & Drain Service, the knowledgeable, professional experts for your sump pump back-up repair, will promptly respond to your call. Contact us today!