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Sewage Pump Repair

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Sewage Pump Repair Overview

At Advanced Pump Company, we understand the role that sewage pumps play in maintaining the functionality of your plumbing system.

With over 30 years of experience, our team of skilled technicians is dedicated to providing top-notch repair services to make sure your sewage pumps operate smoothly and reliably. Whether it’s routine maintenance or urgent repairs, you can trust us to keep your systems running optimally.

What Are Sewage Pump Repair Services?

Sewage pump repair services involve the maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of various types of sewage pumps used in residential, commercial, and industrial applications.

These services are needed to make sure the reliable operation of sewage systems, preventing backups, overflows, and system failures. Our team of skilled technicians is equipped to handle all aspects of sewage pump repair, from routine maintenance to complex repairs, ensuring your system operates smoothly and efficiently.

Different Types of Sewage Pumps Repairs

Septic System Failures

At Advanced Pump, we recognize that septic system failures can cause significant inconvenience and stress. Common issues such as clogged pipes, drain field failures, and broken or damaged pipes can disrupt your daily routine and pose serious health risks. To help you manage and prevent these problems, we offer solutions:

  • Clogged Pipes: Regular maintenance and cleaning to prevent the buildup of solids, grease, and foreign objects.
  • Drain Field Failure: Proper soil aeration and reducing water usage to maintain the efficiency of your drain field.
  • Pump Failures: Professional repair and maintenance to address electrical issues, mechanical failures, or blockages.

Our experienced technicians are dedicated to providing quality service to keep your septic system running smoothly. Contact us today at (781) 932-3030 or info@advancedpump.com to schedule a free consultation.

Here’s what our customers are saying


“Everyone at advanced pump is very friendly 
and took the extra step to keep me in the loop at all times. I am glad I found them when I did 
 and will definitely use them again in the future.” 
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Trevor N. 
Customer 
“Fantastic company that went above and beyond for us. They contacted multiple service companies for us and got us everything we needed for our machinery that went out on us out of nowhere. Truly, a fantastic experience and amazing customer service. Will gladly recommend them in the future”
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Zachary S.
Customer

“Julie was quick to get back to us and had great pricing on the Barnes pump we needed. We’ll definitely be working with them next time we need a pump”


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Ryan B.
Customer
“Fantastic company that went above and beyond for us. They contacted multiple service companies for us and got us everything we needed for our machinery that went out on us out of nowhere. Truly, a fantastic experience and amazing customer service. Will gladly recommend them in the future”
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Zachary S.
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Sewage Pump Repair FAQ’s

How often should a sewage pump be serviced?

It’s a good idea to have your sewage pump checked once a year to make sure it’s working well and to avoid surprise problems.

What could cause a sewage pump to stop working?

Common reasons include power outages, clogged or blocked parts, damaged float switches, or electrical problems.

Is it possible to repair a sewage pump myself?

You might be able to fix small problems like clearing a clog, but most repairs, especially electrical or mechanical ones, should be done by a professional.

How long does a typical sewage pump last?

Most sewage pumps last between 5 and 15 years, depending on the model and how often they’re used.

Can a sewage pump be repaired, or does it need to be replaced?

Many sewage pump problems can be fixed. But if the pump is old or badly damaged, it might be cheaper and easier to replace it.

What should I do if my sewage pump smells bad?

Bad smells can come from waste build-up in the pump or basin, or from a pump that isn’t working right. Cleaning the system or getting a professional to look at it can solve the problem.

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Why Choose Advanced Pump?

Advanced Pump Company is your regional pump, motor and air compressor expert serving the Northeast USA. For over 30 years, we have worked closely with all major pump and motor manufacturers to supply our industrial, commercial, and municipal customers with quality name-brand pumps, motors, compressors, and engineered systems.