MAINTENANCE & REPAIR SERVICES
Preventative Maintenance & Emergency repair
Sewage pumps are hardly the kind of thing you want to deal with yourself. A sewage pump might be a small part of your plumbing, but it’s an important part: without it, the sewage in your pipes can’t make it to the main pump that pushes it out of your house, building, or community and into the system. If the pump is broken, blocked or otherwise damaged, it could mean a backup in your pipes and a disgusting mess for everyone involved. It’s far better to let an expert handle the job. Sewage pumps are not made to be taken apart and put back together like some other parts of your plumbing—it’s a messy job that requires tools and expertise, so if you aren’t sure what you’re doing, leave it to the pros.
PUMP TYPES SERVICED
Clogged pumps can make it hard to get rid of sewage and other things that shouldn’t be flushed down the toilet or poured down the sink. Sewage pumps are a vital component to any type of municipal waste management system. The pump sends sewage from the sewer to a sewage treatment plant where it is treated for further use.
A properly maintained pump can last for decades, but when it does clog, the repair costs can be extremely high. It is for this reason that pump maintenance is necessary to eliminate clogs before they become a problem.
For many people, plumbing is complicated because there are so many different parts involved in ensuring that everything runs smoothly. In order to ensure your pipes stay clear, follow these simple tips:
1. Pipes and Pumps should be checked on a regular basis for problems such as leaks and clogs.
2. If you have problems with blockages, you need to call a plumbing expert right away.
3. Do not put food down your drain or flush anything besides waste and toilet paper down your toilet or sink.