Category: Sump pumps

  • It’s not uncommon for us living in Northeast Ohio to experience torrential rains in January. Today’s high temperature is expected to be in the 60s, and total rainfall for the weekend could exceed two inches or more. Unfortunately, under these conditions, many homeowners will experience sump pump problems. What causes […]

  • Mother Nature is handing us torrential downpours as we close out October. The rain is going to wreak havoc on trick-or-treaters who go out tonight, as they do in Hudson. Unfortunately, the rain can also put your sump pump under extreme pressure, possibly to the point of sump pump failure. […]

  • This past weekend torrential rains came across Northeast Ohio in waves. According to WKYC-TV Chief Meteorologist Betsy Kling, parts of the region could receive as much as four inches of rain on top of ground that is already saturated with water. Flood warnings and flash-flood warnings were crawled across our […]

  • At The Plumbing Source, we get calls every day of the year from homeowners who are having some kind of plumbing, heating or air conditioning problem. While some of these are major problems, many are smaller in nature and often very preventable. So in the spirit of helping you keep […]

  • March has been a wet month in Cleveland. So far we’ve had nearly four inches of rain, about 30 percent more than the average for this month. What that means is that if you have a sump pump, it’s been working overtime. Now’s the time to be extra vigilant about […]