Sump Pump Manufacturers

Looking for a sump pump manufacturer?

When your involved in a flood or your sump pumps breaks – you need to replace it right away. Connecting with the right sump pump manufacturer is a matter of urgency and we can help.

Pump manufacturers can help you determine the right sump pump make and model for your system. They can also calculate your system criteria in order to determine the most efficient size.

Below are a few suggestions for suppliers we have worked with, but you can also use the search module to the right of this page to connect with companies, including local sump pump distributors.

More information about sump pumps:

Sump pumps are used to remove water from a basement or below a building’s foundation. They’re most commonly used in low-lying areas where foundations are below the water table, or in places that are prone to flash flooding or large, sudden snowmelt.

The most common sump pumps use an electrically powered centrifugal pump to get rid of the water. There are two main types - pedestal pumps and submersible pumps. A pedestal pump is generally less expensive and the motor is set above the water so that the electric part of the mechanism is never submerged. Alternatively, a submersible pump and motor both sit in a sump pit, surrounded by a waterproof casing.

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