In many cases, a structure’s plumbing is created to run from the building in a downhill motion toward the main sewer line. At times, however, buildings are built at a lower level than the plumbing pipes that run through the road causing a need for a lift station pump system. You can minimize the probability of clogged sewer lines, leaks, and backups in your structure by utilizing a lift station, otherwise known as a pump station, to push sewage upward toward the main lines. If your home has a sewer lift pump it is very important to keep it in the best possible condition. Fortunately, Miracle Plumbing Inc. offers professional sewer lift station repair in San Jose, CA. Give us a call at (408) 599-7108 to schedule your appointment or to learn more.
Do You Need Sewer Lift Station Repair?
Your sewer lift station is designed to use a pump to push wastewater from your home in an upward motion to meet the main pipe. Depending on your specific needs, your sewer lift station can be equipped with a multitude of pump types, like a grinder pump or an ejector pump. Regardless of the type sewer lift station you have, it is very important for you to hire a professional plumbing contractor to complete your sewer lift station repair or replacement.
A lift station is made of a pump, pipe and valve system, and a junction box. These parts can become damaged or worn, leading to issues such as backups or leaks. Make sure your lift station always operates at its best with regular lift station repair. Our plumbers deliver comprehensive service for each component of your lift station, from pump malfunction to pipe clogs. We will completely inspect your system to provide realistic options that are affordable and effective. Our plumbers have experience in all types of lift stations and will perform your repairs in a professional manner that you’ll appreciate. Don’t live with sewer leaks or backups that are way too common. Call (408) 599-7108 to schedule your appointment to receive effective and affordable sewer lift station repair in San Jose, CA today.