We’ve had a handful of customers inquire about water-backup sump pumps when compared to electric pumps, so we wanted to write an educational blog post that can help you consider the various options and choose the perfect backup power source for your New Jersey sump pump. Spoiler alert—our plumbing experts strongly advise that you utilize a water-backup sump pump for your property over an electric model for a variety of reasons. Check out the benefits of water-backup sump pumps below, and contact us if you have any questions afterward!
One of the best benefits of water-backup sump pumps is that power loss within your home isn’t a concern. Oftentimes, heavy rain is what causes your sump pump to work hardest—and heavy rain is also a common reason for power loss in New Jersey. New Jersey homes on municipal water systems are the perfect fit for water-backup sump pumps; after all, you won’t have to worry about what to do if you lose power or your sump pump’s backup battery starts to die.
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Some NJ homeowners are concerned that a water-backup sump pump won’t be able to keep up with the water pumping power they require within their sump pit. If you’d like to know the specific per-hour gallonage our variety of water-backup sump pumps can handle, give us a call, and we’ll be happy to let you speak with our qualified plumbers who can answer all your questions. You may be surprised at the pump speed of a water-backup sump pump compared to top electric models on the market.
Batteries need to be replaced every few years, which can cost hundreds of dollars each time. Water pumps eliminate that need by running on a utility that you already have running every day within your New Jersey home—your city water connection.
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Ready to install a water-backup sump pump in your New Jersey home, replace an electric-backup sump pump, or schedule a different plumbing appointment? Our licensed plumbers look forward to consulting with you! It’s only a matter of time before your home is rocking the newest water-backup sump pump available.
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