Ram Jack's sump pump services keep your basement dry and comfortable by
efficiently removing excess water. Our pumps are equipped with battery
backup for uninterrupted operation during storms and power outages, ensuring
optimal protection for your home. Trust our experts to determine the right
sump pump system for your specific needs.
Why You Should Repair It Now?
Prevent water buildup and protect your home from mildew and water damage.
Installing a reliable sump pump is crucial to keep water out of vulnerable
areas, ensuring a dry and healthy environment for your home.
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Once water has been redirected using our drainage system, it needs to be
removed and routed away from your home. Our sump pumps are installed to
pump out this excess water, keeping your basement dry and comfortable.
Our sump pumps are installed with a battery backup so they continue to
operate uninterrupted during heavy storms and power outages.
Standing water in your
crawl space or
basement is never a good thing. Water intrusion and standing water can cause a
multitude of problems if they are not addressed quickly. If you have problems
with standing water, a sump pump installation could be a solution.
Learn Sump System Basics
Sump systems can seem complicated. As a homeowner, you need to feel confident
that a sump pump will protect your basement the next time a storm rages
and waters flow.
Here’s how a typical sump pump system works:
Ground water collector – Many flooding problems come from soggy ground
that requires a water collecting system. Drainage rocks or tiles buried
near your home’s foundation carry groundwater directly to your sump pump.
Sump tank – Some waterproofing companies also refer to the sump tank
as a pit or basin. Installers put this tank or pit in the lowest part
of your basement. Tank construction may involve fiberglass, concrete,
tile, steel, or even clay. Most tanks sit two or three feet deep.
Pump system – Once water collects in your sump tank, it has to go
somewhere. Your pump system moves the liquid out of your tank through
pipes or hoses. Pumps turn off when the water’s level drops low enough.
Drain outlet – After your pump system carries water away from your
basement, it deposits the liquid far away from your home. Ask your waterproofing
expert or city officials about building codes, which dictate where the
Choose a System Type that Works for Your home
Your local Ram Jack consultant can help you determine what type of sump
pump system will work best for your home. Remember, the type of sump pump
you need depends on your home’s size, your property’s grading
(slope), your flooding risk, and other factors.
More Waterproofing Tips
If you decide on a sump pump system, great. In fact, you may need more
than one if your home is large. However, you should also talk to your
Ram Jack waterproofing consultant about general waterproofing tips. After
all, you may have other issues like leaky gutters that contribute to the
problems you are experiencing.