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Sump Pumps

Flood prevention is a real issue for those living in the Pacific Northwest.

It’s likely you’re going to have to deal with a flooded basement at some point and it doesn’t take much water to cause thousands of dollars of damage. Even without flooding, a moist basement can lead to mold and mildew growth.

Flood Prevention is

for those living in the
Pacific Northwest!
According to The
American Society of
Home Inspectors,
suffer from below-
ground wetness they
didn’t know they had.
Keeping your
basement or crawl space dry is

to preventing mold
and mildew growth.

How does a sump pump work?

At Your Service Plumbing can help you keep your home dry, even on the rainiest days.

Sump pumps have been in homes for years, but became a requirement in 1987 with the Federal Clean Water Act. It is very common to see sump pumps in newly constructed homes.

By installing a sump pump in the lowest part of your basement or crawlspace, you can prevent flooding and keep the area dry. Most of the time a sump pump is installed in a custom-made sump pit. When water flows into the sump pit, the sump pump pumps the water away from your home, keeping you flood-free and dry.

Take the


5 simple questions will tell you if you are in need of a sump pump . . .

  • 1Has your basement or crawl space previously flooded?
  • 2Do you live in a flat or low-lying area with soil that readily traps water?
  • 3Do you live somewhere that experiences high amounts of rain or snow?
  • 4Does your basement contain valuable items you want to protect against water damage and subsequent mold growth.
  • 5Do you already have a sump pump, but it’s over 8 years old?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then you are in need of a sump pump.

If you are in need of a sump pump, contact
At Your Service Plumbing. You’ll have peace of mind knowing everything has been done safely and to code.
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