Sump Pumps and Sewage Pumps
Used to extract water from a collection basin, sump pumps and sewage pumps are generally found in basements where flooding is a concern due to rain or existing ground water. Transfer black-water to waste-water systems or away from low-lying areas by selecting a sump pump, effluent pump or sewage pump. Cook’s understands how proper water management around the home or office adds years of life to your property.
Usually hardwired into a home’s electrical system, sump pumps may have a battery backup. Myers battery back up pumps ensure that if the power goes out, and when you need them the most, your pumps keep pumping. Keep your basement and properties dry during black outs, fits from mother nature and any other uncontrollable power situations. These fully automatic systems include alarms to warn of power loss. Additionally the home’s pressurized water supply can power some pumps, eliminating the need for electricity at the expense of using potable water. This can potentially making them more expensive to operate than electrical pumps and creating an additional water disposal problem.