Affordable Sump Pump Installation & Repair in the Chicagoland Area
Will your basement’s sump pump work when you need it most?
Over the last few months, your sump pump may have been sitting idle in your sump pit, which is usually located in your basement. Fall and winter seasons can bring heavy rain and melting snow. While your sump pump may have been working fine last season, there is NO guarantee that it will work when you most need it.
A quick way to test a Sump Pump in your Chicago basement
Do a pour test…
Fill a five-gallon bucket with water and pour it slowly around the sump pump. The pump should turn on once the water level reaches a predetermined level. If the pump doesn’t turn on, it may be either clogged or a faulty connection. If it doesn’t kick on and you’re at a loss as to why … we can help!
Rocket Plumbing can find the reason for the sump pump failure and recommend the right course of action.
Why would my sump pump NOT work?
Good question. Sump pumps, like Ejector Pumps are an integral part of your home’s plumbing – protecting your home from flooding during heavy rainstorms and helping your sewer system remove waste. When a sump pump sits idle, it is like a car battery sitting for months without being started. Any home that has a sump pump pit is vulnerable to water damage, especially basement flooding in our area, a if you lose power or if there is a failure of the pump.
When it comes to sump pumps, we are the experts. We offer the top rated battery backup sump pumps available to keep you protected and your home safe.
- Deluxe Storm Pro ION – 55 gpm (3 year warranty on unit) automatic submersible sump pump with battery backup
- Zoeller Pump – 40 gpm (3 year warranty on unit) with battery backup
Rocket Plumbing can install with the appropriate pipe and fittings as needed.
on New Sump Pump
Sump Pump 3-point Check
$100 Credit on New Pump