Household Sewage Ejector Pump Repairs, Replacements and Installations
Your home’s plumbing system depends on gravity to help move waste. Homes with basement plumbing usually need a sewage ejector pump to move waste up to the main sewer line. Basement plumbing can include laundry rooms, bathrooms or other fixtures such as a single shower or dog wash.
Another reason you may need a sewage ejector pump system is if the general layout of your home prevents sewage from flowing fast enough on its own.
Sewage Ejector Pump Installation
Before starting a project that requires sewage ejector pump installation, consider the following:
Horsepower. Ejector pumps come in various sizes. Most residential sewage ejector pumps should have ½ to ¾ horsepower.
Basin Size. Ejector pumps have basins that hold different capacities of wastewater. Most residential sewage ejector pumps should have 30 to 40 gallon basins.
Sewage Ejector Pump Maintenance
As long as its well-maintained and no foreign objects are flushed, the sewage ejector pump should operate without fail for over 10 years.
A well-maintained ejector pump should be serviced annually. The Kobella team can inspect your pump for proper operation to ensure peak performance for the next year.
Whether you need an ejector pump repaired or you need a new one installed in your Geauga County, Lake County, or Chagrin Valley home, Kobella Plumbing Heating Cooling can help. Call us today at 440-729-2099 to discuss your basement plumbing needs.
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