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  2. What is a Sump Pump? A sump pump is a machine used to pump liquid from one location to another (e.g. flood water in a basement will be pumped to an outside drain pipe) Sump pumps are typically located in basements because a basement is the lowest point of a house, is below the water line, and can frequently have flooding problems They are called sump pumps, because “sump” means pit or hole and that is where the pump is typically placed Sump pumps can be electrically, battery, or water powered Visit for more information.

  3. Types of Sump Pumps Pedestal sump pumps are placed above a sump pit, making access and repairs easier. Submersible sump pumps are put into a sump pit, making it more challenging to access or repair. They are encased in watertight coverings to protect the working parts. Water powered sump pump hook up to a city’s water system to leverage water pressure. Commercial/industrial sump pumps have higher horse power and can pump more gallons per hour and are typically only used for commercial use. Backup Sump Pumps are used as a secondary sump pump in case of an emergency (e.g. power outage or primary pump fails) Visit for more information.

  4. What to Look for in a Sump Pump Size your pump correctly to make sure it will provide the best efficiency for your needs. Determine your pump capacity, or the volume of water pumped in gallons per minute and the travel distance of the water (height and distance). Determine the pipe size. A minimum of 10 millimeters is recommended in case stones need to pass through the pipe and the discharge pipe should be at least 1 ¼ inches. Look for a pumping head of at least 10 feet in height. Visit for more information.

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