Float Switch Issues
Faulty Sump Pump Check Valve
Discharge Pipe Issues
Undersized Sump Pump
- Inspect your pump. Try to assess your sump pump’s performance. If you notice that it runs for shorter periods, but more frequently, you may need a bigger unit.
- Measure the pit. Another way to check is to measure the pit and calculate how much water it can hold. You can then compare this number to your sump pump’s gallons per hour (GPH) rating. If the GPH is lower, you’ll need to upgrade to a bigger unit.
- Call a professional. Our sump pump experts are more than happy to help you out. We’ll inspect your pump and make recommendations based on our findings.
Improperly Sized Sump Pit
Clogged inlet screen
Avoid Flood Damage and Get Professional Assistance Today
Whether you have a sump pump constantly running or a pump turning on and off frequently throughout the day, MT Drains and Plumbing can help. Call us at (905) 761-5551 if you need quality plumbing services in Vaughan, Barrie, Richmond Hill, Toronto, Markham, Newmarket, Etobicoke, ON, and the surrounding area.