Record-level snows throughout northeast Ohio and more snow days than in recent past winters, make us eager to welcome spring’s warming thaw. Before you go off to Grandma’s house for Easter or to the beach for spring break, remember all that snow melt will be saturating the ground. Make sure you have preventive measures and backup systems in place to deter basement flooding.
A property owner’s first line of defense against flooding is the sump pump. It moves accumulated water away from the house. However, in a power outage, you’ll need something else. A backup.
BATTERY BACKUP SUMP PUMP
The battery backup sump pump offers a monitoring system along with reliable pumping capabilities to provide homeowners security and peace of mind. Consider it an insurance policy with a one-time premium: the cost of purchase and installation.
WATER DAMAGE: HOMEOWNER INSURANCE’S NUMBER ONE DAMAGE CLAIM
More than fire, floods, hurricanes or other natural disasters, water damage is the number one cause of insurance claims – many of which are preventable. Just as leaky toilets and faucets or worn out appliance hoses, which can cost an average of $5,000 in damages, basement flooding can often be avoided with proper systems in place. A sump pump AND a battery backup sump pump should go hand-in-hand.
NO-COST, NO-OBLIGATION INSPECTIONS
Western Reserve Plumbing’s mission is to help you keep your plumbing systems functioning properly for your safety and comfort. We believe in “preventive plumbing”. It is why we never charge for service estimates. If you’d rather be safe than sorry, schedule a free sump pump inspection (or estimate, if you don’t already have a sump pump).[button style=”medium” align=”center”]SCHEDULE A FREE INSPECTION