Sump Pump Repair Services in Southeast, Georgia

Local plumbers near Douglas, Nicholls, and Broxton

Do you have a broken or malfunctioning sump pump? Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Southeast Georgia offers professional, reliable sump pump repair services. We are experienced in providing comprehensive repair and maintenance of any kind of sump pump so that your home or business can stay safe from flooding. Our experienced professionals use the latest technologies to diagnose and fix all types of issues with your system quickly.

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Why choose the sump pump repair specialists at Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Southeast Georgia?

  • 24/7 emergency services. We come over to your residence as soon as we can!
  • Reviews from past clients - View some of the feedback we've had from past clients.
  • Licensed and insured - As shown by their licenses and insurance, our plumbers have undergone extensive training and continue their education.
  • Neighborly Done Well Guarantee covered replacement work for a full year. Drain cleaning is covered by a thirty (30) day Done Right Promise, repairs are covered by a ninety (90) day Done Right Promise, and replacement work is covered by a one (1) year Done Right Promise for residential clients.
  • No overtime fees.
  • We employ kind, knowledgeable, and expert sump pump repair specialists.

Contact us today by calling or requesting a job estimate online to get started on repairing your sump pump!

With Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Southeast Georgia, you can rest assured knowing that your sump pump will be fixed correctly the first time, saving you time and money on costly repairs down the road.

Frequently asked questions about sump pumps

What to do if a sump pump stops working?

If your sump pump stops working, the first thing you should do is check for any blockages that may be preventing it from functioning properly. If you find any blockages, remove them and then try running the sump pump again. If the issue persists, it may be time to replace your sump pump with a new one.

How often should a sump pump be replaced?

Generally speaking, a sump pump should last between 10-15 years depending on wear and tear. However, to ensure optimal performance, it’s recommended that you have your sump pump inspected every 3-5 years by a professional plumber. During these inspections, they can identify any potential issues and suggest necessary repairs or replacements before they become more serious problems.

Does homeowners insurance cover sump pump failure?

Most homeowners insurance policies cover damage caused by sudden and accidental water discharge from a sump pump failure or malfunction. However, coverage can vary depending on the policy so it’s best to check with your insurance provider directly for more details about what is covered under your particular plan.

Contact us today by calling or requesting a job estimate online to get started on repairing your sump pump!

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