The two main Zoeller pumps used in our sump pump systems are the 1/3HP model 53 (left) and the 1/2HP model 98 (right).
A sump pump is the heart of a basement waterproofing system. When the water level in your sump pit rises, your sump pump must come on automatically and eject the water to the exterior. If your sump pump can't handle water volume and run time requirements, your basement is likely to flood.
Basement Systems uses Zoeller pumps in our sump pump systems because these pumps outperform other pumps in all important categories: pumping volume, build quality, durability, clog resistance, quiet operation and float valve reliability.
Inexpensive sump pumps are built using light-gauge sheet metal and plastic for housings and other structural parts. These materials don't react well to the heat and vibration generated by a hard-working motor. As a result, parts are much more likely to loosen, deform and misalign over time, shortening pump life. Our Zoeller pumps don't suffer from these maladies, so you can expect years of trouble-free performance.
Watch our videos for the inside story on what makes Zoeller pumps run longer and stronger.
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