Sump Pump Services in Carbon, Lehigh, Northampton & Surrounding Counties

A flooded basement can lead to hundreds and even thousands of dollars of damage to your home. Even a well-sealed home is at risk when a big storm hits the area. Sump pumps protect against this risk, pumping water away from your home’s foundation to prevent basement flooding.

If you aren’t already protected by a sump pump, or if you’re having sump pump problems, Andreas Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning can help you add this protection for your space. We offer sump pump repair, replacement, and installation services from qualified, licensed plumbers in Carbon, Northampton, Lehigh, and surrounding counties.

Your home is at risk every time it rains. Protect it well with a working sump pump. Call or contact Andreas to schedule sump pump services.

Carbon County Sump Pump Repair

A working sump pump is critical to protecting your home from basement or crawl space floods. If yours isn’t running as it should, Team Andreas may be able to provide a repair solution. Let us inspect the system to determine if it qualifies for repair, then promptly get to work on any needed repairs.

Don’t put your Carbon County home at risk without a working sump pump. Call 610-377-5261 for sump pump repair services.

Emergency Sump Pump Repair

You need to be able to rely on your sump pump when your home is facing a potential flood. A sump pump failure can lead to a flooded basement, which leads to costly damage and repairs. Some signs you need emergency sump pump repair include:

  • The float switch doesn’t signal the pump to turn off.
  • The sump pump runs continuously.
  • The impeller is jammed.
  • It has a clogged or frozen discharge line.
  • The sump pump won’t turn on.

You don’t want to end up with one of these scenarios during a storm, so remember to check your sump pump regularly when the weather is clear. If you test the sump pump and notice one of these problems, call immediately for emergency sump pump repair.

When you need sump pump repair fast, contact Team Andreas. We offer emergency sump pump repair to ensure you have a working system.

Sump Pump Replacement in Northampton & Carbon Counties

Like all things in your home with moving parts, a sump pump won’t last forever. Eventually, you’ll need a replacement sump pump, and Team Andreas is here when you need us. Our plumbing professionals can quickly remove your old sump pump and install a new, more reliable one.

Some signs that you may need to consider sump pump replacement include:

  • Constantly cycling on and off
  • Unusual noises when running
  • Over 10 years old
  • Runs constantly
  • Runs for too long when needed
  • Visible rust

If you’ve noticed these signs, contact the Northampton and Carbon County pros at Andreas for sump pump replacement services.

Sump Pump Installation in Schuylkill & Lehigh Counties

If you don’t have a sump pump, your home is at risk. All it takes is one strong storm to send water flooding into your basement or crawl space. The only way to protect against this is with a working sump pump. Andreas can help you install a sump pump to add this important protection to your home.

Don’t wait until you have a flooded basement to address your lack of a sump pump.

Schedule a consultation with the Schuylkill and Lehigh plumbers at Andreas today by calling 610-377-5261.

Why Choose Andreas?

Team Andreas is a trusted name for plumbing services in Lehigh, Carbon, Northampton, Schuylkill, and the surrounding communities. We provide exceptional customer service, install superior products, and back these products with our labor and parts warranty above the manufacturer’s warranty.

If you need sump pump services, we’re ready to deliver them with top-notch expertise.

Don’t hesitate to get help with your sump pump in Carbon, Lehigh, and surrounding counties. Call 610-377-5261 or contact Andreas today.

Sump Pump Frequently Asked Questions

Should there be water in my sump pit?

Yes, a sump pump will often have a little water in it. It comes from many sources, including rain and seepage from the ground. As long as the float switch can trigger the pump to run, a little water in the pit is normal.

What happens when a sump pump fails?

When your sump pump fails, extra water during the next storm will accumulate at your home’s lowest point, usually the basement or crawl space. This can lead to mold and mildew growth, and damage to your home’s structure. That’s why it’s important to keep your sump pump in good condition.

How often should sump pumps be replaced?

The average life span for a sump pump is 10 years. You should consider replacing yours every seven to 10 years to ensure you always have a working sump pump.