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Sump Pump Service in Southern Maryland

Whether you live in a low-lying area or an area that is prone to flooding due to heavy rains, having a sump pump installed can determine the difference between a dry and wet basement or crawl space and water damage for many homeowners. Boothe’s Heating, Air, Plumbing, Drains & Electrical offers comprehensive sump pump services in Southern Maryland. From sump pump repair to sump pump replacement to battery backup sump pump solutions, we have you covered.



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What Are Sump Pumps?

A sump pump is a plumbing device that ensures your basement or crawl space doesn’t flood, caused by too much water. It typically consists of three main parts: a basin, a pump, and an outlet pipe. The basin, usually made of plastic, is installed in the lowest part of the basement or crawlspace and collects water as it seeps in.

The sump pump pumps out the excess water before it has the chance to do any water damage. The way it works is simple – when the water level reaches a certain point in the pit, usually found at the lowest part of the basement, sensors are activated to start pumping out the water outside, away from your foundation and home. Thanks to this one small device, you can avoid floods and save yourself lots of time and save money paying for a foundation repair!


Sump Pump Installation and Sump Pump Replacement

If you are building a new home or if your old sump pump no longer works efficiently, Boothe’s can help you find the right sump pump for your needs. We will inspect your home and determine the best type of sump pump for your particular situation. Our service professionals will also ensure that it is correctly installed so that it works reliably and efficiently when needed.


Sump Pump Repair

If your existing sump pump system isn’t working properly or stops working altogether, Boothe’s can diagnose the problem and provide you with sump pump repair options. If necessary, we can also replace parts such as pumps and check valves to ensure your system is working properly again in no time.


Do I Need Sump Pump Repair or Sump Pump Replacement?

Do you hear a gurgling sound coming from your basement? If so, you may need to look into repairing or replacing your sump pump. A sump pump is an incredibly important fixture in most homes since it helps prevent flooding and water damage by controlling the groundwater levels around your home’s foundation. It’s important to know how to spot the signs that suggest your sump pump needs some attention – before disaster strikes. Here are some of the tell-tale warnings of a struggling or failing sump pump so that you can get it repaired or replaced quickly!
 

The Sump Pump Is Making Strange Noises.

If your sump pump starts making strange noises, it could be a sign that something is wrong. The most common noise issues are grinding or rattling sounds, which could indicate that the pump’s bearings are worn out. If you hear any strange noises coming from your sump pump, it’s best to have it checked by a professional.
 

The Sump Pump Is Running Constantly.

If your sump pump is constantly running, it could be a sign that the float switch is stuck in the “on” position. The float switch is what tells the pump to turn on when water levels rise, and if it’s stuck, the pump will run continuously. This can cause the pump to overheat and burn out, so it’s important to have it checked as soon as possible.


Water Is Leaking from the Sump Pump.

If you notice water leaking from your sump pump, it’s a sign that there may be a problem with the seals or gaskets. Over time, these parts can wear out and start to leak, so it’s important to have them replaced before they cause further damage.


The Sump Pump Isn’t Turning On.

If your sump pump isn’t turning on when it should, there could be a problem with the float switch or the power supply. First, check to make sure that the float switch is in the “on” position. If it is, then check the power supply to make sure that there’s no issue there. If everything looks fine with both of those things, then there may be a problem with the actual pump itself, and you’ll need to call a professional for help.


The Sump Pump Isn’t Draining Properly.

If your sump pump isn’t draining water properly, it could be because the discharge pipe is blocked or frozen. Another possibility is that the impeller (the part of the pump that moves water) is damaged or dirty and needs to be cleaned or replaced.


Battery Back-Up Sump Pumps

A battery backup sump pump is an important consideration for homeowners who need reliable protection against flooding in their homes during power outages or other emergencies. Battery backup systems rely on batteries rather than electricity to operate the pumps in order to keep water away from your home even if there is no power available. Boothe’s can install battery backup sump pump systems quickly and easily so that you have peace of mind knowing that your home is protected against flooding even during unexpected power outages.


Trust Boothe’s to Take Care of Your Sump Pump

Whether you need a new sump pump installed or an existing one repaired or replaced with a battery backup sump pump system for extra protection against flooding during power outages, Boothe’s can help! Our experienced technicians are dedicated to providing quality service at competitive rates in Southern Maryland so that you can keep your home safe from flooding all year round! Contact us for Southern Maryland sump pump service.