24/7 Service Sump Pump Service in Wichita

We repair and install sump pumps in the Wichita, KS area. 24/7 emergency service available.

We can repair or replace both pedestal and submersible sump pumps, as well as water-powered units and battery backups. We keep a number units in-stock for same-day installation.

Most Wichita homes have a sump pump to protect the foundation, basement and crawl space from flooding and water damage. Water typically flows into a pit inside the home through drains, where ot is then pumped away from the home to keep it dry.

Sump pumps can last more than ten years, however depending on the model, the frequency at which it runs, and the amount of debris that gets pulled into the pump, the lifespan can vary greatly.

Sump Pump Installation

Already have a sump pump you need installed? We can help! Proper installation ensures your property is protected from unwanted moisture and possible flooding If you need a new pump, we have a large inventory on hand and ready for installation.

  • Wichita Owned and Operated
  • Licensed and Insured
  • 24/7 Service
  • Warranty Included

Not sure if your sump pump is working? Learn how to test it.

Backup Sump Pumps

A backup is not required, but suggested in the Wichita area. Backup pumps are either battery powered or water powered, and they automatically run if your main sump pump can’t for some reason. For example, if you have a power outage and your pump can’t run on, a backup unit could save you from a flooded basement.

Battery Powered Backups

Battery power backup sump pumps are a smart investment for most homeowners. If you primary pump fails, or if you lose power, this pump will activate, and remove water from your pit before it can overflow. There are many different models available, with varying costs depending on pump strength, battery life, and brand name.

Water Powered Backups

A water powered backup sump pump is triggered if your main pump fails. These pumps do not require power, they use the city water supply to remove water from the pit, typically using the same discharge as your regular pump. The benefit of a water power pump vs. a battery backup is: 1) If your power is out for an extended period of time, you don’t have to worry about the battery dying. 2) The battery in battery backups have to be replaced every few years. Slightly more expensive to install initially, this option may be less expensive and more reliable in the long-term.

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