Lift Station and Pump Repair
Lift Station Service
We offer complete lift station service. Our dedicated lift station technicians are trained, highly competent and ready to perform the following work:
- Emergency response 24/7
- Periodic maintenance
- Monthly inspection
- Sewage pumps
Important Note: If a lift station gets clogged or stops working, the waste material or water could start to pool, causing a backup or flooding. Since sewage is considered hazardous material, it's important to take care of these issues immediately. If the alarm is on and flashing, there is an emergency at the Lift Station and needs immediate repair. Contact the owner and alert them to contact a plumber right away.Schedule Your Service Today
Sump Pump and Well Pumps
Problems can arise any time of the day or night. Our technicians are highly trained and certified to provide the service or repair you need. If you have an issue with your well pump or sump pump, it can have a negative impact on your whole household. While your problem could be either plumbing or electrical, our technicians are equipped to fixed the issue. The following signs are indicators that there may be an issue with your pump:
- No water
- Cloudy or unclean water
- Unusual sounds or rapid clicking sounds coming from the tank
- Air coming from the faucet
- Exceptionally high electric bills
- Slow draining water
- Fluctuations in water pressure throughout the home
- Spitting faucets
- Scalding shower water
Questions and Answers
Q. What do I do if I'm walking past a Lift Station and the red light is flashing on it?
A. This requires immediate attention. Contact the owner and notify them so a certified plumber can be dispatched.
Q. I've never seen a Lift Station. Where do I find the flashing light?
A. In the photo shown below, at the top left of the box is where the light is located.
Q. What is a sump pump?
A. A sump pump is placed at the lowest elevation in house or building in order to keep the area around it dry by pumping water away from the location to a municipal storm drain or a dry well where it won't be a problem. This helps prevent flooding in places like cellars or basements from water drainage or natural water migration. There are two types of sump pumps, submersible and pedestal.
Q. What is the difference between a pump station and a lift station?
A. A lift station is specifically used to pump waste or sewage material to a higher elevation while a pump station is used to raise only water. Because lift stations deal with sewage, they're treated as a hazardous location due to various poisonous gases produced from the sewage and the potential for sewage to become septic or putrefied. Pumping stations are designed to operate around an area's annual rainfall in order to keep water from pooling and causing erosion.