Sewer Pump Repair and Replacement
Call Cedar Park Plumbing for Sewer Pump Repair and Replacement
A sewer pump is a submersible pump that is installed in the lowest part of a home’s main drain line, where it pumps wastewater out of the house and into the municipal sewer system. If you have a septic system instead of a municipal sewer system, your sewer pump will also help move wastewater from your septic tank to the drain field.
Ignoring issues with your sewer pump can lead to serious issues and potential damage to your home.
Cedar Park Plumbing has repaired and replaced sewer pumps for hundreds of customers. If you suspect your sewer pump isn’t working as it should, call us today.
Signs that your home’s sewer pump needs to be replaced
The Float Switch Is Sticking
As mentioned above, most sewer pumps are equipped with a float switch, which is responsible for turning the pump on and off as needed. When the float switch becomes stuck in the “on” position, it can cause the sewer pump to run continuously, which will lead to rapid wear and tear. If you notice that your sewer pump appears to be running more often than usual, or if it seems to be running even when there is no water flowing through the main drain line, there is a good chance that the float switch is stuck.
You Hear Odd Noises Coming From the Sewer Pump
Another sign that your sewer pump needs to be replaced is if you start hearing odd noises coming from it. Most sewer pumps operate very quietly, so any strange noises coming from yours is an indication that something is wrong. Common issues that can cause noise include a damaged impeller or bearings that are starting to wear out. If you hear any strange noises coming from your sewer pump, it’s best to have it checked out by a professional as soon as possible.
There Is Water Leaking From The Sewer Pump
If you notice water leaking from your sewer pump, there is a good chance that one or more of the seals has failed. This issue should be addressed promptly because if left unchecked, water leaking from the sewage pump can lead to serious water damage in your home. In some cases, you may be able to have leaking seals repaired; however, in other cases, you may need to replace the entire sewage pump.
Sewer pumps are an important part of most homes’ plumbing systems, and they typically last for many years without any problems.
However, like all mechanical components, they will eventually need to be replaced due to normal wear and tear.
If you think your home’s sewer pump may need to be replaced, contact Cedar Park Plumbing today. We provide professional sewer pump replacement services in Cedar Park TX and surrounding communities!
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407 Horseshoe Dr
Leander, TX 78641