The rainy season is upon us and summertime storms are known for producing an abundance of water. If you are looking to keep your basement free from damage and out of harm’s way, consider investing in a sump pump for your space. Grant yourself the peace of mind you deserve by working with the team here at Stadler Plumbing. We’re happy to help with any and all of your plumbing-related needs!

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What Does A Sump Pump Do?

So, how exactly do sump pumps work? Well, they are installed in the lower levels of your home and they automatically turn on when water levels get too high. When they are in place and installed correctly, they should efficiently and effectively pump water out and away from your home’s foundation, ensuring your basement and crawlspace do not face any extensive damages.

Based on your unique needs, our experienced and licensed team can recommend the type of sump pump that would work best for your home. In no time, you will be set up with care and protection. Ready to get started? Give our team a call, and we will be on the job in no time.

Dangers Of Water Damage

There are many ways water can negatively impact the value and structural soundness of your home. Along with leaving unsightly stains, rotting your wood, and rusting any metal components, water can also cause mold to grow. Mold is known for triggering health problems in those who come into contact with it. This is especially true if those individuals are asthmatic or have series allergies.

Even those with stronger immune systems could be at risk of getting ill or facing other serious problems down the line. All in all, mold is dangerous to have in your home and it can be costly and time-consuming to remove. Avoid water damage and mold-related issues by getting your sump pump installed right away.

Another thing to consider is all of the belongings you store in your basement. If you own a home, then you are all too familiar with how quickly things pile up in your storage spaces. If you have boxes, old clothes, furniture, and other items stored downstairs, don’t risk ruining any of it. Most items will likely end up needing to be replaced and sentimental things, like photos or heirlooms, will simply be gone forever.

Is your basement finished? Then, you really don’t want to take any chances. Don’t let all that renovation and reconstruction work go to waste. Rather, count on our team to help you out today! We’re ready to set you up with an appointment. Just call our number, and we’ll be on the job soon.