The sump pump is the most important part of a basement waterproofing system. When the water level in your sump pit reaches a certain level, a float valve turns on the sump pump so that water can get pumped outside before it reaches the level of your basement floor.
To feel confident that your basement will stay dry even in the wettest weather, you need a sump pump that delivers reliable performance day after day. That’s why it's a good idea for homeowners take the time to learn about the features that separate good sump pumps and sump pump systems from those that aren't so good.
To learn more about the best sump pump systems available, watch the videos below then contact your local Basement Systems dealer for a free quote!
Among the dozens of sump pumps on the market, only a few stand out as top performers. Basement waterproofing expert Larry Janesky and his network of Basement Systems contractors have replaced and installed hundreds of thousands of sump pumps over the last 25 years. Check out his videos to get the inside story on what features are important if you want a reliable, long-lasting sump pump.
Exterior sump pump features such as float switches, intake screens, and pump housings made from plastic or cast iron.
A look inside different sump pumps to compare motor design, RPMs, heat dissipation characteristics, switches and impellers.
If you have a wet basement and are in the market for a sump pump you will want to invest in the best sump pump. A Basement Systems dealer will be able to recommend the best sump pump for your needs.