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Sewer Pumps are capable of moving large amounts of sewage and water from low ground levels to higher ground levels. A sewer pump is usually needed in houses that have a lower sewer pipes because they are located at the bottom of a hill and the main sewer line is above the home or they have a bathroom or laundry hookup in the basement which is lower than the mains sewer line.
New Jersey homes usually rely on gravity to move water and waste through the home’s pipes and discharge sewage waste, but sometimes the pipes are not high enough in relation to the main sewer line and gravity cannot provide enough force to move the water and sewage through your sewer pipes quickly and efficiently, making your home prone to sewage back ups and sewer clogs.
In these cases, a sewer sump pump or ejector pump is likely to be considered to help move sewage and water through the house’s plumbing pipes and into the main sewer line more effectively.
If you are thinking about renovating your basement or if you already have a bathroom, laundry room, kitchen or bar in your basement, you will likely need to consider installing a sewage ejector pump ONLY if your basement is lower than the main sewer line.
Sewage Ejector Pump Installation in New Jersey
Most NJ homes that have renovated basements will have a sewer pump installed to move sewage from the basement toilet, laundry room, kitchen or bar up through your home’s plumbing pipes.
Your basement is generally lower than the main sewer line and needs a pump to push the sewage up until it can be drained into the main sewer line or private septic tank by gravity.
A sewer pump is sometimes needed even if your bathroom or kitchen is almost at the same level the main sewer line if the sewage and waste water cannot flow through the sewer pipes properly enough by gravity alone.
If you are remodeling your basement and thinking of adding a bathroom, kitchen, bar or laundry hookup, our expert plumbers are experienced in sewage ejector pump installation and can provide plumbing service that you can rely on.
We very often get called for sewer ejector pump repair and find that the problem was caused by sewer pumps that were not properly sized and are too small or were not properly installed by the original plumbers.
If you remodeling and you think you might need a sewer pump, or if your current sewer pump is not working and you need it replaced, make sure you choose a NJ plumbers with experience with sewer pumps, give us a call and we would be happy to answer any questions you may have.
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Our plumbing team has expert knowledge and experience in:
- Sewer Ejector Pump Installation in NJ
- Sewage Ejector Pump Repairs
- Sewer Ejector Pump Maintenance Services
- Sewer Grinder Pump Installation
- Sewer Grinder Pump Installation
- Sewer Grinder Pump Repairs
- Sewer Grinder Pump Maintenance Services
- Sump Pump Installation NJ
- Commercial Sump Pump Installation
- Industrial Sewer Ejector Pumps
- Septic Pump
- Sewage Pump
A properly installed and maintained sewage ejector pump can last for 30 years or more. We find that the most common reason our client’s need sewage ejector pump repair is because the original sewer pump installation was not completed properly.
It is extremely important that sewage ejector pump installation in NJ has been sized properly for your home taking into account the amount of water and sewage and where it needs to be pumped to, the plumber who does the ejector pump installation needs to be knowledgeable enough to size it and install it properly.
If not installed properly sewer pump problems can occur, which can result in sewer line clogs, sewer back ups and potential sewage seeping into the house or flooding.
We have the experience and knowledge to install, repair and replace the following sewer / sewage ejectors pumps anywhere in NJ:
- Sump Pumps
- Septic Pumps
- Sewage Ejector Pumps
- Sewage Grinder Pumps
- Effluent Pumps
- Utility, pedestal, & gas engine pumps
- Sewage & Dewatering pumps
- Sump, Effluent, Dewatering pumps
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Sump Pump, Sewer Pump or Sewage Grinder Pump Repair in New Jersey
Sump pumps, sewer pumps (sometimes called a sewer ejector pumps) and sewage grinder pumps are very similar but each has a different purpose. They are all used frequently in New Jersey homes.
Sump pumps are used to pump water into the right drain and out to the main sewer line. If you have a basement that is prone to flooding when it rains heavily, installing a sump pump would be a good solution to constant flooding.
A sewer pump is intended to pump both water and sewage from bathrooms, kitchens or laundry hookups through a homes plumbing out into the main sewer line or septic tank.
A sewage grinder pump is used in the same way as the sewage ejector pump, except they have a grinder mechanism to actually grind up the sewage so it moves through the plumbing pipes more freely.
This is similar to a garbage disposal you may have in a kitchen, grinding the sewage makes it easier for the sewage pump to push the sewage through your plumbing and makes it less likely that you will have a sewer clog.
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If you need a local New Jersey plumber to help with sewer pump installation, sewer pump replacement, sewer pump repair or emergency sewer pump repair give us a call anytime of the day or night. We service Bergen County NJ, Union County NJ, Hudson County NJ, Essex County NJ and Morris County NJ 24 Hours a Day 7 Days a Week.