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Types of Sump Pumps and Their Advantages

Charlotte Plumbing Masters is a plumbing company in Charlotte, NC that services both sewer and well pumps. We handle replacements, new installations and repairs at affordable prices. Sump pumps are small pumps that are installed in crawl spaces or basements to keep the areas below buildings dry and clear of flooding. 

Sewer Pumps

Sewer pumps are used when your septic tank needs to be pumped out to the location of your drain field, if the drain in your home is located below the municipal sewer line, or if the plumbing fixtures in your house are located below the main sewer line grade. We cater to various sewer pump issues as part of our plumbing services in Charlotte, NC.

Well Pumps

As the trusted plumber in Charlotte, NC, we also handle different well pump types, including jet well pumps and submersible well pumps. Well pumps are necessary for pulling water from water wells. A jet pump runs on an electric motor that moves a centrifugal pump or impeller. These mechanisms move water from the well in a jet stream. The advantage of well pumps is that there are no mechanical or moving parts to wear out. They also have a long lifespan and high rates of adjustable production. That said, any problems with your sump pump requires emergency plumbing in Charlotte, NC.

Submersible Pumps

A submersible pump runs with a sealed motor coupled with the body of the pump. The entire assembly drops into the water and pushes it to the surface. The principle advantage here is that the submersible pump prevents a phenomenon called pump cavitation that occurs when a pump is located above a water surface. 

Our trained professionals at Charlotte Plumbing Masters are licensed to handle all plumbing services. These include replacements, installations or plumbing repairs in Charlotte, NC and surrounding areas. Schedule an appointment today.

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