Got a Clogged Sump Pump? Have a Pro to Fix the Problem

The worst time to discover you have a clogged sump pump is after your basement floods. Because sump pumps spend most of the time on standby, clogs, jammed float switches and other malfunctions may not be immediately obvious. Basement flooding can damage the structure...

Have You Checked Your Sump Pump Recently? Here’s How

Are you sure your sump pump will be ready when you need it the most? It’s often easy to overlook your home’s sump pump. Installed in your basement, it’s not exactly a high-profile item on your home inventory list. In addition, sump pumps are usually idle...

How a Back-Up Sump Pump Can Save Your Home

If you have a basement or crawl space in your Indianapolis area home, having a working sump pump is a good idea. The idea of having a back-up sump pump is even better, especially if it’s capable of running on battery power. This means that your home will still...

When Your Sump Pump Isn’t Doing the Job You Expected

Spring and summer bring violent rain storms across central Indiana each year, and for many homeowners, that means flooding in the basement. Although a sump pump can help keep the moisture at bay, there are many issues that can keep your sump pump from functioning...