You have a sump pump, but you’re still worrying about basement floods! Every time there’s a flash flood warning or a large snow melt, your home is at risk of water damage. You can’t trust your sump pump protection, and as a result, you don’t have the peace of mind you need.
Fortunately, the Precision experts are here with the solution.
And, more importantly, how do you ensure that yours doesn’t?
Most sump pump failures occur due to failure of the automatic switch. This switch is the component of the sump pump that responds to rising water levels by turning on the pump’s motor. But if the automatic switch doesn’t activate while your basement is flooding, the sump pump won’t come on in time.
Older sump pump models still use the traditional “float switch” method — essentially, this is just a plastic cap that rises with the water level, and when it hits a certain height the motor is triggered. When the float becomes stuck and doesn’t activate the motor, you come home to an indoor swimming pool!
But it doesn’t have to be this way.
Instead of a flimsy float, your sump pump should operate with an ion switch. This switch lasts far longer than float
switches because there are no moving parts to suffer wear and tear: this state-of-the-art sump pump solution detects rising water levels with digital sensing technology and (with the + Model) can provide alarm notification via an audible buzzer.
Finally, you can have the sump pump protection and the peace of mind you need! Call Precision Plumbing today, and you’ll save $50 off any premium or medium sump pumps with an Ion Digital Switch. Get better protection for less!