Because your sump pump is so important to your Indiana home, it’s a good idea to be aware of these potential early warning signs that sump pump repair is needed:
Sump Pump Testing and Maintenance
Even if you don’t notice any warning signs, however, you should still have your sump pump system tested and maintained on a regular basis. You can test it by pouring water into the sump pump pit and seeing if the ejector pump comes on. You should also clear away any rocks, dirt, or debris, make sure nothing is restricting the flow of the discharge, and that the check valve moves freely and in the way that it should.
If you’d rather not check and maintain the sump pump yourself, a technician from 24-7 Plumbing Heating and Cooling will be happy to provide the service for you.