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Sump pumps typically last up to 10 years, depending on how often they are needed and the conditions in which they operate. When you need a new sump pump for your Jacksonville home, talk to our plumbing experts at David Gray Plumbing. We can recommend a sump pump with the appropriate size and power for your needs, and we can provide a professional installation that helps maximize your sump pump's reliability and service life. We offer sump pump installation and replacement throughout the Jacksonville area and feature honest, upfront pricing on all our services.

Call us today at (904) 467-0784 or contact us online to request your free estimate for a sump pump replacement or new installation in Jacksonville or the surrounding communities.

Sump Pump Repairs in Jacksonville

When your sump pump is not working correctly, it can expose your home to flooding, water damage, mold problems, and more. For fast, local help with sump pump issues, turn to our experts at David Gray. We offer sump pump repairs in Jacksonville and beyond, and we are available 24/7 for emergency service if your sump pump fails during the middle of the night, early morning, or over the weekend. Our expert plumbers are equipped to handle any sump pump issues, from leaking discharge plumbing or faulty float switches to electrical problems.

Schedule sump pump repairs in the Jacksonville area today by calling (904) 467-0784 or contacting us online.

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Signs You Need Sump Pump Repair or Replacement

As a sump pump starts to fail, it may operate erratically or display other symptoms of a problem. To make sure it can work properly the next time you need it, call our team at David Gray as soon as you notice any signs of a problem, such as:

  • Failing to turn on: If water fills to just above the level of the float switch and the sump pump does not turn on, a circuit breaker may have tripped, the float switch may be faulty, the motor may have seized, or the sump pump may have failed.
  • Constantly running: If the float switch is faulty or the sump pump is not sized sufficiently for the incoming water flow, it may constantly run, reducing the pump’s service life.
  • Frequent cycling: When your sump pump turns on and off rapidly, the float switch may need to be adjusted, the pump motor may be overheating, or there may be an internal leak.
  • Strange noises: If your sump pump is buzzing, the motor may be seized, or the impeller may be clogged. Grinding, whining, or screeching sounds may indicate debris caught in the impeller or a failing motor bearing.
  • Excessive vibration: A damaged impeller, a bent shaft, or a faulty bearing can cause the sump pump to vibrate or shake while running.

Need help with your sump pump? Call David Gray today at (904) 467-0784 or contact us online for expert diagnosis and repairs.

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Why Choose David Gray?

At David Gray, we are committed to the comfort and satisfaction of our customers, and we have served the Jacksonville area for nearly 40 years. We feature skilled, professional plumbers and technicians, courteous service, and upfront pricing, so there are no surprises when the work is finished. We value our customers and our community, and with great reviews, you can expect exceptional service and quality.

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Call us today at (904) 467-0784 or contact David Gray online for expert sump pump, plumbing, HVAC services, and more in the Jacksonville area.

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Sump Pump FAQs

How often should you replace your sump pump?

A failed sump pump can lead to costly repairs for your home. Plan to replace your sump pump every seven to 10 years to ensure your home is adequately protected.

What is the most common reason for a sump pump to fail?

Electrical power outages are the most common reason a sump pump stops running, but this can be avoided with a battery backup system or a generator. Outside of electrical power outages, a common reason for failure is mechanical issues within the pump itself.

Do I need to perform maintenance on my sump pump?

Yes, like all systems and appliances in your home, your sump pump needs routine maintenance to ensure it will function when you need it to. Working with a plumbers team will ensure that maintenance is performed promptly.

Should my sump pit have water in it?

A little bit of water in the sump pit is normal. However, if the water starts rising and the pump does not kick in, you have a problem. Always call a plumber if you are unsure about the water level in your sump pump.

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