The most popular use for a sump pump in San Diego is for sewage. Many of them are in homes on hillsides or anywhere that homes are below street level and debris has to be pumped up to street level. Sump pumps are also called sewer ejectors, sewage pumps and grinder pumps. What separates sewage pumps from ordinary pumps is their ability to handle solids. The most common application for a sewage pump is the installation of a bathroom or kitchen grade, situated below the sewage line entrance (usually 2 to 3 feet below the house). The pump is needed to get waste and water out of the house.
There are two basic categories of sump pumps: pedestal sump pumps and submersible sump pumps. View the tabs below for more detail on each or call us and we’ll install the most efficient sump pump for your home or make sure that it is properly maintained to avoid clogs or motor failure.