Sewage Ejector Pump
Sewage Ejector Pump Installation and Repair in MA and NH
When a sewage line is at ground level, which is the case in many newer homes, it's harder for basement bathrooms to eject sewage. To help with this issue, sewage ejector pumps are installed to safely eject the sewage from lower-level areas in your home.
Whether you're experiencing issues, remodeling your basement or adding a new bathroom to your space, ensuring you have a working sewage pump is essential. If it's installed properly and maintained regularly, this important piece of plumbing equipment can last up to 30 years.
At Emergency Sewer & Drain Repair, we have more than 33 years of experience in the industry. We know how to properly install new sewage pumps and repair faulty ones, and we don't take any shortcuts, which means you can be confident in the quality of our work.
What Are Sewage Ejectors?
Sewage ejectors are situated inside a sewage ejector pump pit. They use strong jets to break down and move solid waste. The jets push the waste from toilets, specifically basement toilets, through to either a septic tank or a sewage system. This process uses gravity to help drain the collection of waste.
When Do I Need to Install a Sewage Ejector?
Having either a bathroom or a laundry room in a basement is one way to know if you need to install a sewage ejector pump. Sewage ejector pumps need to be installed in order to get rid of any wastewater that collects from these kinds of areas. If you have one but tend to flush things other than toilet paper or are experiencing clogs and bathroom messes, you most likely need to repair or install a new sewage ejector so that the waste can effectively leave your home through the disposal pipe.
Septic Tank Sewage Pumps
All septic tank sewage pumps essentially work the same way. The tanks, which hold the sewage, have a float that goes up with the level of sewage inside. When it reaches a certain level, the pump starts, and the sewage begins moving to the plumbing pipes so that it can be directed away from the home. Once that happens and the tank is emptied, the cycle is complete.
Our Sewage Ejector Installation and Maintenance Services
Homeowners throughout southern New Hampshire and northern Massachusetts can rely on our expert septic and sewer services. With the majority of our installation and maintenance services, we have package rates, which include the diagnostic and inspection services. As a result, you can rest assured that we're taking care of all your needs while only having to deal with one bill.
We also provide local homeowners with 24-hour emergency repair services. No matter what day or time it is, we'll be here for you.
If you need sewage ejector installation and maintenance services, reach out to us today. To schedule an appointment, just fill out our contact form, and we'll get back to you right away.