A Michigan sump pump or de-watering device is located in many homes and
commercial buildings. These pumps are installed in pits or baskets that receive rain
or storm water that is collected, and then pumped away to a desirable location.
These pumps are automatic and run quite well for approximately 3 - 5 years.
However, once the pump fails or gets to the replacement age, a new sump pump
We can help you select the best product for your Michigan sump pump needs,
and make recommendations for horsepower size, lift capacity, and volume. It is our
job to make the selection of a new pump easy for you.
It is essential that a new pump be installed correctly! Our plumbers make sure
that all manufacturer’s specifications and all local codes are followed, and
we inspect the condition of the existing discharge pipe, the valve, and cleanliness
of the pit.
Some homes have unique pump configurations with specific pumps installed.
We can help you choose the Michigan sump pump that best suits your
circumstances. Drymaster and Shellback 'torpedo' pumps are our specialty. We
have relationships with the manufacturers of these pumps and deal direct with the
owners. We can repair your specialty sump pump or replace it with that specific
Other manufacturers, such as Zoeller, Liberty, and Hydromatic are good,
all-purpose pumps that sit down into the pit and are submersed in the water. We
can select a pump that is best with either a float switch or a pressure switch.
Whatever choice you make, we are here to help you with all your Michigan sump