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What To Do When Your Submersible Sewage Pump Fails

  What to do when your Submersible Sewage Pump fails

  Although there are many layers in the integrated waterproofing and drainage system, the Submersible Sewage Pump is considered the most important. Most homeowners in the DC area have a Submersible Sewage Pump in their basement to protect the house from flooding.

  Unlike membranes, drain plates and perforated pipes that are usually used continuously over the life of the structure, Submersible Sewage Pumps need to be replaced every few years. The U.S. Department of Housing and Development estimates that the average life expectancy of the pump is ten years. Just like all mechanical equipment, through regular maintenance, you can extend the service life of the equipment.

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