Weekend storms cause problems for your drain and sump pump

Published On: June 16, 2019Categories: Sump pumps

flooded roadThis 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 TV screens throughout the weekend. Unfortunately, many homeowners are going to experience flooded basements, often due to a failed or burned out sump pump.

If you need to replace your sump pump, call The Plumbing Source for fast sales and installation. We’ve been replacing sump pumps for more than 30 years, and we’ll get you back up and running as quickly as possible.

To learn more about how your sump pump works and what happens when it fails, read our blog post, “3 things to know about sump pumps.

You’ll also find our blog post Why you need a sump pump battery backup helpful. The importance of having a battery backup cannot be over emphasized.

All of us at The Plumbing Source hope you survived these storms without any damage or inconvenience. But if you need to have a drain cleared or a sump pump replaced, call our emergency hot line at 877-768-7239. We have the equipment, experience and professional technicians to handle the job and a fleet of trucks to service the area.

That’s why we say, “When you call The Plumbing Source, you made the RIGHT call!”


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