Sewage ejector pumps work against gravity to move solid waste from toilets below your main water line high enough to where it can be drained by gravity. They do this using a macerator with powerful jets that first break up the waste and then push it up and into your septic tank or sewage system. When properly maintained, a good sewage ejector pump can last about 7 – 10 years, though in all likelihood you’ll be able to get a lot more time out of yours: think 20 – 30 years! Sewage ejector pumps are a must have if you have a bathroom in your basement, so if you have one already or you’re planning on installing one, call Magnolia Plumbing today for sewage ejector pump installation or replacement today!
Sewage Ejector Pump Installation
Sewage ejector pumps are essential if you plan to have a bathroom in your basement or anywhere that’s below your main sewer line. When you call Magnolia Plumbing, our Maryland, Virginia or Washington, DC plumbers will figure out what type of sewage ejector pump you’ll need and can install it quickly and easily. Need a sewage ejector pit for your ejector pump to go in? We can install that too! Don’t settle for a rush job when installing something as important as a sewage ejector pump in your home – call Magnolia Plumbing to get the job done right the first time!
Sewage Ejector Pump Replacement
As we said before, sewage ejector pumps that are kept well-maintained can work for decades. In fact, most sewage ejector pumps don’t just break down randomly – most problems can usually be traced to improper installation. If your sewage ejector pump was installed by an unskilled plumber or one who was rushing through it to get to the next job, you could be at risk of sewage ejector pump failure. For those times, call Magnolia Plumbing! Our expert plumbers will replace your sewage ejector pump with one that will work for years to come. Our licensed, trained plumbing experts are committed to ensuring your jobs are taken care of right the first time.
No matter what your sewage ejector pump needs are, call Magnolia Plumbing today! Our expert Maryland and Washington, DC plumbers can install a new sewage ejector pump or replace a malfunctioning sewage ejector pump in your home so your basement bathrooms will run smoothly and problem-free for years.