Professional Residential Sump Pump Repairs in Joliet, IL

Keep Your Sump Pump Running With Our Help

It’s common to forget about your home’s sump pump until something happens. Your sump pump is a critical component of your plumbing system. When issues come up, trust the service professionals of Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Will Countyfor your residential sump pump repairs for homeowners in Joliet, Orland Park, and Plainfield, IL. The sump pump in your home is designed to reroute water from the lowest part of the foundation back outside to avoid water pooling in your basement. During heavy rain, your sump pump becomes vital in keeping your home dry. Our service professionals will diagnose and correct any issues you may be experiencing, ensuring you avoid water damage during the next rainstorm. Learn more about our residential sump pump repair service by requesting a job estimate today.

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Mr. Rooter plumber discusses sump pumps with the customer

Common Sump Pump Issues We Repair

When you notice your sump pump isn’t working like it used to, give our team of service professionals a call. You can count on us to fix any issues. We have the experience, expertise, and equipment to get your residential sump pump working like new. Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Will County highly recommends that you schedule annual sump pump inspections to identify any minor issues before they turn bigger. Along with our sump pump repairs, we offer preventative maintenance services, allowing us to catch and correct issues and concerns early on to ensure they’re less expensive to repair to avoid any property damage. Don’t let your sump pump’s issues go unrepaired for too long, as it can create trouble for your property and plumbing system. Take a look at some of the more common sump pump issues our service professionals will repair:

  • Clogged Pumps and Parts
  • Improper Installation
  • Stuck Switches
  • Constantly Running Pumps
  • Overfilled Water Basins

We Repair and Install All Residential Sump Pumps

Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Will County takes pride in offering residential sump pump repair and installation services. Our comprehensive services are designed to determine if your sump pump can be repaired or needs to be replaced. Regardless of the outcome, we offer maintenance solutions to ensure your sump pump works optimally for as long as possible. If you need a sump pump replacement, we can work with you to recommend the perfect type of pump for your home. We have experience working with all types of sump pump systems, including styles that are plugged and hardwired into your electrical system. Even if you need to install backups for your sump pump, we have you covered. The service professionals at Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Will County work on a variety of residential sump pumps, including the following:

  • Pedestal Sump Pumps – This style of sump pump is mounted above your sump pit. This provides our service professionals easy access during routine maintenance or repairs. Pedestal sump pumps are more affordable and accessible for us to repair.
  • Submersible Sump Pumps – These sump pumps are entirely hidden and out of sight. Submersible sump pumps sit in your sump pit. They can be a cost-effective and quieter option compared to pedestal sump pumps.
  • Battery Back-Up Pumps – Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Will County recommends installing a backup system for your sump pump. Whether you have a pedestal or submersible sump pump, a battery backup will ensure your sump pump operates during a power outage. This greatly reduces the risk of your basement flooding.

What Does Your Sump Pump Do?

Being a homeowner doesn’t mean you have to be an expert in every aspect and system in your home. You can leave the expertise to the professionals at Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Will County. However, we believe you should know a little about your home’s sump pump. Having some knowledge should help you catch issues early enough to save your time, money, and stress before they become more prominent and costly issues. Your sump pump has one job: keeping your basement from flooding. All sump pumps have a float switch activated when the water in your sump pit reaches a certain level. Once activated, your sump pump will drain the water from your basement. The removed water will be moved to an outdoor area, usually a nearby storm drain. Thankfully, your residential sump pump has a battery-powered water-level alarm that lets you know you have a higher risk of flooding when the device malfunctions or overflows.

Schedule Your Sump Pump Repairs Today

Avoid letting a malfunctioning or out-of-date sump pump ruin your day. Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Will County is dedicated to repairing and replacing your malfunctioning residential sump pumps. Our highly trained service professionals are committed to delivering the highest quality results while exceeding your expectations. Each job we complete is backed by our Neighborly Done Right Promise, ensuring your complete satisfaction. If you’re unsatisfied in any way, give us a call. We’ll send our service professionals back as soon as possible to correct any issues. Don’t hesitate to reach out and schedule your estimate today.

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