Sewage Pump Services in Atlanta
We Offer Reliable Sewage Pump Repair, Replacement & More
Generally speaking, residential sewer systems rely on gravity to facilitate the movement of sewage from the fixture within the house to the sewer or septic system. However, there is no guarantee that every home will be able to successfully utilize the natural force of gravity in such a manner. In the event that the environment or the construction of your building require a pump to remove sewage, we can help.
The drain and sewer experts here at Quick Action Plumbers can install, replace, and repair sewage pump systems. If your plumbing system requires assistance in transporting sewage along your sewer line, a sewer pump may be just what you need.
Quick Action Plumbers provides reliable sewage pump services in Atlanta and the surrounding areas. Call us at (770) 854-0755 today to schedule your service with our team!
What is a Sewage Pump?
Essentially, a sewage pump is simply a pump designed to move sewage through your sewer line, ensuring that waste is transported in a hygienic, reliable, and convenient manner. Usually, residential sewage pumps have a submersible design. This means that they are installed within a basin, near the bottom, such as in a septic tank.
The Pump Activates as Sewage Rises
Typically, a bulb within the system will register the level of waste within the basin. When it reaches a certain point, the pump will activate, only shutting off when waste levels are low enough. If your facilities are located downhill from your sewer or septic system, you may need to install a sewage pump.
We Will Install the Sewage Pump That Best Suits Your Needs
Sewage pumps come in a variety of options. Depending on your situation, you may want a grinder pump, an effluent pump or some kind of submersible. We can help you decide on the right sewer pump for you home or commercial property. An effluent pump removes wastewater from a septic tank after solids have separated out. A grinder pump accumulates waste from household fixtures and collects it in a tank. Once the water rises high enough, the waste is ground up and pumped out to the septic tank.
Sewer Pump Lifespan
A residential sewage pump has a lifespan of around 7 years while a commercial sewage pump should last upwards of 15 years. If you need your unit inspected to determine when it should be replaced, our sewage pump experts will have an answer for you fast. If your sewage pump is causing you trouble any way, our plumbers are more than capable of handling your sewage pump repair or replacement needs.
Does a Sewage Pump or Effluent Pump Last Longer?
Effluent pumps generally last longer, but only because they have an easier job. A residential low head effluent pump will last 6-10 years. A residential high head effluent pump will last 8-15 years. A residential sewage pump will last 5-7 years, but is the only pump capable of handling actual sewage.
Need sewage pump installationin Atlanta? Contact us as at (770) 854-0755 as soon as you suspect that there is an issue with your device.