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A sump pump drains excess or unwanted water from a home. The water could be from a broken pipe or a flood. The pump pulls the water from the home and discharges it into the home’s waste water system.
In the Houston area, you should consider a sump pump if your home is in an area with a constant flood risk, that often experiences heavy rain and floods, or in an area with a high water table. A sump pump can help protect your property.
It can clear water from your crawl space or lower level and keep your foundation dry.
Having a sump pump can prevent or minimize expensive flood damage. By draining excess water, the sump pump can prevent mold and mildew formation and speed up the water damage restoration process.
A sump pump can also reduce the risk of electrical fires caused by sparks when water touches an open line or junction box.
Freedom Plumbing and Drain can determine the best sump pump for your home, and where it should be located. We can then install, test, and maintain it for you.
Matt was incredibly personal and helpful throughout the entire process. He fixed the issue, kept true to his word on price and kept us in the loop throughout the project! Sometimes “plumber talk” can be over your head and he was patient and educated us on the issue and the repairs so we felt comfortable with the investment! All around incredible and will continue to use him in the future!
Matt was very knowledgeable, courteous, respectful of property, and thorough. I really appreciated his patience and understanding when there was a need to explain services required & reason for said repairs. He addressed all of our questions and offered some we hadn't thought of yet. I WILL be recommending Matt and his team to my family and friends.
Matt made it to my home when it was my turn in his long list of clients during this past Texas freeze. His main concern was making sure I finally had water to my house after 5 days. He capped off the broken line so that I could have water again, a second leak was found and he repaired that also and turn on the water. Thank you again Matt.