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Ejector Pump Services

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Affordable Ejector Pumps

Most sump pump systems utilize gravity in their operation. But properties with finished basements, however, are at risk for severe damage with traditional pumps. These spaces require systems that don’t rely on gravity to move waste away from your home or business.

Find a simple solution with help from Brick Street Plumbing, the leading local authority on ejector pumps in Ejector pumps are excellent choices for finished basements because they pump waste out of the basement, which traditional pumps aren’t able to do. Reach out today to discuss your needs with our plumbers, and be sure to ask about our other services for sump pumps.

How Do Ejector Pumps Work?

In most residential and commercial basements, the plumbing can be found in the ceiling, a location that helps pipes facilitate the smooth removal of waste from the upper levels. But in finished basements with bathrooms and kitchens, the plumbing fixtures are located below those pipes, which means that they can’t benefit from the assistance gravity provides.

Added plumbing to your finished basement is a popular trend, but it comes with its share of risks—particularly for the above reason. If your basement showers, toilets, or sinks become clogged, you could risk flooding your basement. That’s why it’s essential to install a sewage ejector pump, which doesn’t require gravity and can keep your basement clear in the event of the unexpected.

How Our Plumbers Can Help

If you’ve decided to invest in an ejector pump, you’ve taken a great step towards protecting your finished basement. Why not make another great choice by leaving installation to a team of plumbers you can trust? Brick Street Plumbing offers professional ejector pump installation for homes and businesses. We have the experience and equipment needed to get the job done right and on-time.

You can also count on our team for help with problems you may encounter later on. Like any plumbing fixture in your home, ejector pumps can and will stop working when they encounter a blockage. When this happens, our plumbers are just a phone call away. You can reach out to request ejector pump repair 7 days a week. If we determine that your pump has reached the end of its lifespan, or cannot be fixed, we’ll recommend ejector pump replacement to save you time, money, and stress.

 

 

Brick Street Plumbing will not be undersold! We believe no one offers the same thorough, comprehensive installation, diagnosis, customer service at the same price point as us. If another licensed plumbing company provides you with a written estimate that is less than Brick Street for identical products and services, we will match it. If another company provides you with an estimate for different products and services, provide us the estimate and we will match that price, providing equivalent products and services. We will not lose a customer over price. Our lowest price will be determined after all discounts and rebates have been applied. We reserve the right to limit the quantities of any item subject to a price match. We require a copy of the competitor's full estimate, along with an expiration date.

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WV:  Jefferson County & Berkeley County. VA: Frederick County, Clarke County, Loudoun County MD: Washington County, Frederick County.

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Phone (301) 453-2089

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    West Virginia

  • Jefferson County
  • Berkeley County

    Virginia

  • Frederick County
  • Clarke County
  • Loudoun County

    Maryland

  • Washington County
  • Frederick County

    North Carolina

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  • Wake County
  • Cumberland County
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