Sump Pumps

sump pump diagram

 

A sump pump is a fixture that usually sits in a home’s basement or crawlspace that removes groundwater from underneath the home.  Without it, water from below the ground or heavy precipitation can cause your basement or even main floors to flood.  Epp Concrete offers several sump pump systems so you can decide which one fits you and your home’s individual needs:

 

 

 

 

 

 Good:

  • ⅓ hp motor
  • Plumbed to exterior of home
  • Cast iron/aluminum construction
  • Energy efficient permanent split capacitor (PSC) motor
  • Piggy-back dual float switch with protective cage
  • Dual carbon/ceramic seals
  • 10’ power cord
  • 48 month warranty
  • Water cooled (no oil to leak)

 

Better:

  • Energy efficient ⅓ hp permanent split capacitor (PSC) motor
  • Plumbed to exterior of home
  • Battery included
  • Cast iron/aluminum construction
  • Automatically switches to battery power when AC fails
  • Piggy-back dual float switch on primary and backup pumps
  • Detects irregularities, sounds an alarm, and pinpoints problems and solutions on control panel
  • 36 month warranty
  • Water cooled (no oil to leak)

 

Best:

  • Energy efficient ⅓ hp permanent split capacitor (PSC) motor
  • Plumbed to exterior of home
  • Battery included
  • Cast iron/aluminum construction
  • Automatically switches to battery power when AC fails
  • Piggy-back dual float switch on primary and backup pumps
  • Detects irregularities, sounds an alarm, and pinpoints problems and solutions on control panel
  • Output terminals for connection to a security system or auto-dialer
  • 48 month warranty
  • Water cooled (no oil to leak)