Prevents basement flooding.
Protects your foundation from potential water damage and compromised structural integrity.
Keeps your home cleaner and healthier by reducing mold, mildew and fungus growth.
Prevents rust and corrosion of metal appliances, furnishings, and structures.
Prevents the basements and crawlspaces from flooding.
Keeps the crawlspaces dry in heavy rains.
Reduces dampness resulting in a warmer basement.
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Sump pumps are used to remove water from your basement or crawlspace. They are especially vital when summer storms dump torrential rains and winter snows thaw. When this occurs, water collects in the sump pump pit and is then pumped out via a discharge pipe. Without a working sump pump, excess water can collect causing costly property damage and flooding. Avoid the headache by calling the professionals at BODEK INC.
BODEK INC. licensed plumbers will assess your sump pump for problems and repair any sump pump issues that you may have. Should you need a new sump pump, or need to have one replaced, we can advise you on the best sump pump solution for your home. We will be with you every step of the way of installation.
Let's face it –– Binghamton, Johnson City, Vestal, Endicott, Owego, Conklin and Windsor are no stranger to floods. Don't get caught without a sump pump!
SUMP PUMP BENEFITS:
TYPES OF SUMP PUMPS:
Primary Sump Pumps:
Both of these types of primary sump pumps will rid your basement of any water seepage and will prevent your basement from flooding. Both options will keep your home safe and dry.
PEDESTAL SUMP PUMPS work by having the sump pump motor out of the water above your sump pump basin. They are good for narrow sump pits because the motor is up out of the pit.
SUBMERSIBLE SUMP PUMPS position the sump pump under the water in your sump pump basin. Since they work under the water, they are completely hidden in the sump pit. They are also more efficient and more quiet. And they tend to last longer.
Battery Backup Sump Pumps:
Sump Pumps are powered by electricity. This means that when your power goes out, your sump pump will no longer work. Often it is during extreme weather conditions that cause power outages that you need your sump pump the most. Thankfully, another sump pump option includes battery backup. The auxillary battery power turns on when the power goes out. Some more modern sump pumps can even text or email you when the sump pump has failed.