If we determine that sump pump replacement is necessary, we’ll take care of the process quickly and efficiently.
A sump pump is a component of a septic system that can pump gray water up and out of a septic tank if the level gets too high. It is a vital part that can help to reduce the risk of septic backups and other concerns. However, sump pumps aren’t designed to last forever. It’s important to keep up with regular maintenance on the pump, as an experienced septic technician will test the pump while performing the maintenance service to make sure it’s working properly and can kick on when necessary. If your pump is more than a decade old or isn’t operating as it should be, sump pump replacement may be in your near future.
Here in Tampa, Florida and the surrounding area, many property owners rely on our team at Lee Kirk & Sons Septic to provide septic services, including sump pump replacement. If you notice that your pump isn’t turning on when it should be or is showing other problematic warning signs, give us a call and we’ll take a closer look. Our technicians know what to look for when assessing the condition of a sump pump and can determine whether a repair is warranted or if the pump has reached the end of its functional lifespan.
If we do determine that sump pump replacement is necessary, we’ll take care of the process quickly and efficiently. We utilize high-quality pumps that will protect your property from flooding and sewage backups. Before we install a replacement sump pump, we’ll also ensure that the unit is properly matched with the size of your tank and your household needs.
At Lee Kirk & Sons Septic, we perform sump pump replacement in Polk County and the rest of Central Florida, including Lakeland, Plant City, Davenport, Winter Haven, Tampa, Bartow, Brandon, Lake Wales, Pine Hills, Fort Meade, Haines City, and East Tampa.