Sewage Pump Repair in Albany, NY
Service & Installation for Sewage Water Pumps
Smart homeowners in Latham know who to call for all of their plumbing needs. At Plumbing Today Inc., we're passionate about the work we do. We believe strongly in providing the best experience for every customer! Our team is licensed, bonded, and insured, so you can choose us with confidence. We're available for our clients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! If you have question about repairs or installations related to sewage / ejector pumps, contact us. Our Albany plumbers offer free quotes on every job before starting, and we never charge overtime fees.
Call our Albany sewage pump repair plumbers for assistance at (518) 375-1311 today!
When Are Sewage Pumps Necessary?
While most sewage systems simple utilize gravity to keep the flow moving, sometimes sewage pumps are essential-such as when the sewage must be moved "uphill" to a sewage system, septic tank, or city sewage system. Submersible sewage pumps are installed at the base of a receptacle, for example a sewage tank. There are different sizes of sewage pumps available. Our plumbers can advise you if you have questions about which size pump you may need for your home.
Our Sewage Pump Services
Our team provides services for sewage pumps, including:
- Sewage pump inspections
- Sewage pump maintenance / upkeep
- Sewage pump repairs
- Sewage pump replacements / installations
In most cases, sewage pump repairs and installations are not good candidates for your next DIY project! These jobs are complicated, confusing, and difficult-not to mention messy. Our professionals are licensed, bonded, and insured. You can trust us to handle the job with the professionalism and competence needed to complete your repairs or installations quickly and effectively.
How to Size a Sewage Pump System
When selecting a sewage pump system, it’s important to get the sizing and measurement correct. You should know the amperage, voltage, phase of power, and horsepower of your previous pump. You can find this information, along with the size of your sewage pump, on the product label or tag.
You should also take note of the pump’s discharge size because that will need to be compatible with the pump system. As a general rule, the discharge size should never be smaller in diameter than the pump’s discharge outlet.
For more information about our services, or to schedule an appointment, call (518) 375-1311 now.