Pump Repair, Installation & Maintenance
Sewage pumps are required when drainage is below the level of the main drain, for example in the basement of a building. Even some ground floor buildings are below the level of the main drain, or at least too far away from it to have enough fall to be able to gravity feed into it. These buildings will usually have a sewage pump station to collect the sewage and pump it up into the drain.
Sump Pump Servicing & Water Pump Systems
Other submersible pump applications include sump pumps in cellars, which collect the groundwater naturally forming below the level of the water table, and storm water pump systems, which collect rainwater from car parks, gardens, etc, preventing them getting waterlogged.
Many don’t even realise that they have a pump system working away – until it fails
Out of sight is often out of mind with submersible pumps. The consequences of pump failure can be imagined. How much damage would it do to your property if the floor was covered with just one inch of sewage? And how would you keep going if you had no way of getting rid of waste water? Contact us now to discuss getting a service plan set up, to ensure you are properly maintaining this vital equipment.
If you do have a pump failure, we’re here to get it sorted as quickly as possible, to minimise damage and provide a long term solution to avoid future problems. We can perform on site repairs, we carry standard spares on our vehicles, and we have a workshop for more extensive work.
Lastly, if there’s nothing else for it, we work with all major pump manufacturers to provide you with the best price and lead time on a new pump or other equipment.