Sump Pump Services
Whether you need sump pump repairs for an existing system or you are looking to protect your basement with a new sump pump installation – Wise Waterproofing has the Solution!
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Sump Pump Installation & Repair
Basement water damage and flooding can quickly become a costly expense as a homeowner. Think about everything that’s at risk in your basement: AC/furnace, carpet, walls, furniture, storage and more.
Sump Pump Waterproofing Systems are one of the most effective basement waterproofing methods for homeowners in Akron Ohio, especially when paired up with a sump pump battery backup. They pump rain, storm and snow water away from your basement floor and foundation. You can learn more about how a sump pump works below.
Homeowners looking for a sump pump installation in Akron, Cleveland & Northeast Ohio rely on Wise Waterproofing for a professional and affordable service. Contact our team today!
Benefits of Installing a Sump Pump
How Does A Sump Pump Work?
- A reliable sump pump is installed at the lowest point of your home, beneath the concrete floor of your basement. This is where water will naturally flow due to gravity or via a drain from your waterproofing system.
- The pump rests in a pit, roughly 2′ deep and is activated when water reaches the pumps float.
- The water is then discharged into a downspout line to guarantee water does not cycle back next to your house.
- Our sump pump systems include a battery back up unit to ensure your sump pump is always reliable.
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Additional Waterproofing Solutions
A sump pump is installed at the lowest point of the basement, where water will gather naturally. The pump sends water out and away from your home’s foundation.
Downspout lines carry roof water away from the foundation. A clogged downspout line causes water build up around your home. We test your downspout lines to ensure you are not at risk of excessive water next to your home.
French drains provide an affordable option for homeowners to carry water away from their foundation using gravel and perforated piping.