Sump Pump Installation, Replacement & Repair in Greenville, NC

Protect Your Property and Belongings

Are sump pumps on your recently formed ‘to-do’ list? Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Pitt County is here to help! Our skilled plumbing technicians provide the highest quality and most reliable sump pump services in Greenville, North Carolina. We offer an extensive range of repair, replacement, and installation services for all types of sump pumps - ensuring you have access to a reliable water source whenever needed.

Our professional inspection service lets us quickly identify any potential problems with your current system before they cause disruption or damage. Replacing aging parts before failure will reduce wear and tear while avoiding potentially costly repairs. Plus, installing new pumps could save time and money compared to ongoing servicing costs.

Why Choose Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Pitt County for Sump Pump Repairs?

  • 24/7 Emergency Help: We're available day or night for any sump pump issues, ensuring you're never alone in a plumbing emergency.
  • Happy Customers: Our exceptional service has earned the love of our clients, reflecting our commitment to doing a great job.
  • Skilled Plumbers: Our fully licensed, insured, and extensively trained plumbing team is knowledgeable, ensuring you're in capable hands.
  • No Surprise Costs: We fix your sump pump without extra fees or unexpected charges, dedicated to getting it right.
  • Our Promise: If there's an issue with our sump pump replacement work within a year, we'll make it right. We stand by fixing any errors.
  • Friendly, Smart, and Capable Technicians: Our experts are considerate, knowledgeable, and proficient, ensuring your satisfaction.

Don't wait for problems to escalate. Request an estimate with Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Pitt County for swift sump pump repair estimates.

Frequently Asked Questions About Sump Pump Repairs

What should I do if my sump pump stops working?

  1. Check the Power Source: Ensure it's plugged in and check for tripped breakers or blown fuses.
  2. Inspect the Float Switch: Remove debris and test it by gently lifting the float.
  3. Clear Clogs: Clean intake and discharge pipes for blockages.
  4. Test the Outlet: Plug another device into the same outlet.
  5. GFCI Outlet: Check and reset if applicable.
  6. Verify the Check Valve: Ensure it's correctly installed and undamaged.
  7. Manual Test: If available, use the manual override switch. If these steps don't work, seek professional help.

What is the most common reason for sump pump failure?

The top reason is a power outage or electrical failure. Common causes include a stuck or faulty float switch, clogged pipes, lack of maintenance, or an old, worn-out pump.

How often should a sump pump be replaced?

Consider replacing a sump pump if it's over ten years old, runs frequently, shows wear, or has experienced problems. It's best to act before potential flooding issues arise.

For professional assistance with your sump pump concerns, request an estimate from Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Pitt County today!

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