Most homes use a sloped sewer or septic system to work with gravity so sewage flows straight to the main sewer line. However, some homes, especially those with lower-level utility rooms and finished basements, sewage may need an extra push to travel uphill to the main line instead. The two most common pumps used for this are sewer lift stations and sewage ejector pumps. A sewage ejector pump is extremely cost-effective and easy to install. Speak with our technicians at Miracle Plumbing Inc. now at (408) 599-7108 to discuss the possibility of installing a sewage ejector pump in San Jose, CA. We also offer professional sewage ejector pump repairs and replacement services.
What is a Sewage Ejector Pump?
If home’s wastewater has to travel uphill to reach the main system, a force other than gravity must be applied. For these homes, a pump is applied to offer extra push to force your wastewater toward the main sewer lines. To ensure efficient flow in these cases, an ejector pump may be installed to deliver reinforced momentum for your wastewater. These pumps are typically found in a pump housing under your flooring, and work with self-activation that’s controlled using a float mechanism. If installed and maintained correctly, you will be able to count on your ejector pump to last for at least 10 years. Ejector pumps work to prevent harmful sewage backup in your home’s tubs, showers, and sinks. Our professionals can deliver the knowledgeable installation, repair, or replacement service you need to keep your system in optimal condition.
Expert Service for Your Sewage Ejector Pump
Through the years, your sewage ejector pump may start to exhibit signs that indicate damage or wear. Often, float bypass efforts or a float that is sticking can cause the motor on your pump to burn out. Pumps that are operated when lines are clogged or that withstand drain cleaner use often experience problems as well. Our technicians will help with any issue your sewage ejector pump is having to deliver high-performance sewage flow power back to your home fast. To get more information on our service or to set up repairs for your sewer ejector pump in San Jose, CA area, speak with our plumbers at (408) 599-7108.