Sump Pump Repair Services Near The North Shore

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We offer a full line of installation, maintenance & repair that your home sump pump may require, no matter the problem or time of year. You can count on the trusted professionals at Spencer Home Services for:

  • Receive expert advice from professional, licensed, and certified technicians
  • Never pay more than what's quoted for your plumbing problem
  • Be included in decision making and understand your options before we start
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What are Common Problems of a Failing Sump Pump in Need of Repair?

Even when your sump pump system is still keeping water from pooling in your house, there are common warning signs to look for. If you notice any of the following, it's time to call the professionals a Spencer Home Services for a broken sump pump repair:

    • Does Your Sump Pump Run Continuously?
      Is your sump pump unit always on, running during all hours of the day & never stops? Your home's sump pump may be facing a stuck float switch, a float switch out of adjustment, or even a pump cord & float switch plugged in separately.
    • Does Your Sump Pump Start & Stop Too Often?
      If your home sump pump is switching on and off many times a minute, it could be a sign that water is coming back into the pit from a pipe discharging water. Cal our sump pump repair experts at before your sump pump problem escalates.
    • Does Your Sump Pump Eject Water But Shuts Off Early?
      Is your sump pump working for a bit but shutting off before all water is pumped out? You could be facing a float switch that is out of adjustment, or has broken down & is not usable anymore. Another cause may be that your pump is overheating and shutting off because of thermal overload. 

No matter the problem, our sump pump repair plumbers will determine what needs to be repaired before any work is done so you know exactly what solution is best for your home's sump pump unit.

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Types of Sump Pumps

  • Submersible Sump pumps – These types of pumps are more powerful and reliable systems if installed correctly and are typically sit in a sump pit or well and are typically hidden. These type of pumps sit directly in groundwater and is much more resistant to overheating due to the cooling nature of the water it’s pumping.
  • Pedestal sump pumps – These types of pumps are mounted above the sump pit. These pumps do not have the cooling advantages of the submersible variants. However, since these pumps sit above the put, they are typically much more accessible to service and repair.

 

Common Sump Pump Problems

  • Burn out motor from lack of cooling
  • Improper installation
  • Clogged pump or broken parts
  • Basin overfilling with water
  • Float switch not adjusted correctly by the installer
  • Sump pump not turning on or making weird noises
  • Stuck switch
  • Pump runs continuously