Your sump pump is an important part of your home’s drainage system. It helps to keep your basement dry by removing water that accumulates in the sump basin. If your primary sump pump fails, your backup pump will take over.
But how do you know if your backup pump is working properly? And what should you do if it isn’t? Here’s a quick guide to understanding your backup sump pump.
If you’re not comfortable testing the pump yourself, you can call a professional to do it for you.
If your backup pump isn’t working properly, there are a few things you can do to troubleshoot the problem.
If none of these steps solves the problem, you may need to replace the pump.
If your backup pump isn’t working properly, it’s important to take action right away to prevent water damage to your home. Contact a professional to troubleshoot and repair the pump, or replace the pump if necessary. And remember to always have a backup plan in case of a power outage!