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Sump Pump Services in Northern New Jersey

New Jersey sees plenty of flooding, from snowmelt and ice dams to flash flooding during thunderstorms. If your home is prone to flooding, a reliable sump pump is essential to keep it dry. Water damage can happen quickly, but Russo Bros. & Co. provides sump pump services to mitigate that risk.

We are a family-operated plumbing company that serves Essex, Morris, Union, and Passaic counties. Our licensed and insured plumbers can help with any plumbing problem. We proudly offer same day service, upfront pricing, and a 100% satisfaction guarantee.

Count on Russo Bros. for sump pump installation and repair in Northern New Jersey. Call (973) 887-1334 or contact us online to schedule service today.

How Do Sump Pumps Work?

A sump pump is installed in the lowest part of your home, typically the basement or crawl space, inside a sump basin that catches any excess groundwater.

It draws water from the sump basin and pumps it outside your home, preventing flooding.

Sump Pump Installation & Replacement

Most sump pumps will last about 10 years before they need to be replaced. Professional installation is necessary to make sure your new sump pump is installed correctly and has the power and flow required to keep up with the flood waters in your area.

Our team at Russo Bros. can recommend the best sump pump for your needs. We offer professional sump pump installation and replacement throughout Northern New Jersey, including Livingston, Morristown, Short Hills, and the surrounding areas.

Benefits of Installing a Sump Pump

A reliable sump pump will help you:

  • Reduce or prevent water damage
  • Decrease mold and prevent future mold from growing
  • Increase the value of your home
  • Have peace of mind knowing your home is safe from flooding when it storms

Call (973) 887-1334 or reach out online today to request an estimate for a sump pump replacement in New Jersey.

Same Day Sump Pump Repair

When your sump pump has a problem, it’s best to repair it immediately. You never know when you’ll need it, and delaying repairs could lead to costly water damage.

Call our team at Russo Bros. for sump pump repairs as soon as you notice any of these signs:

  • The sump pump does not turn on.
  • There are high water levels in the sump basin.
  • The circuit breaker for the pump trips often.
  • The sump pump vibrates excessively during operation.
  • There is visible rust or damage on the sump pump.
  • The pump runs constantly or erratically.
  • There are leaks in the discharge plumbing.

At Russo Bros. Plumbing, we offer same day and emergency plumbing services. Our live operators are available 24 hours a day to take your call. We’ll schedule sump pump repairs as soon as possible, and with our fully stocked service trucks, we offer prompt repairs that you can count on.

Call (973) 887-1334 today or contact us online to schedule sump pump repairs in Northern New Jersey.

Choose Russo Bros. & Co. for Sump Pump Services Today

When you need an experienced team to repair or replace your sump pump, look no further than Russo Bros. & Co. We have served New Jersey homeowners since 1954 and provide exceptional service and workmanship. Check out our reviews!

Keep your sump pump in good condition with Russo Bros. Contact us online or call (973) 887-1334 to schedule sump pump services in Northern New Jersey.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the types of sump pumps?

Submersible pumps are placed directly in the sump basin, submerged in the water, and they offer higher flow rates, greater durability, and a longer life span than pedestal models.

Pedestal sump pumps place the impeller in the water and the motor above, connected by a shaft. They tend to pump slower than submersible models, but they are more affordable and ideal for homes that do not need a sump pump often.

How do I test my sump pump?

The easiest and quickest way to test your sump pump is by filling a bucket with water and pouring it into the sump basin. Once the water level is high enough to lift the float, the sump pump should start emptying the water.

Call a plumber for repairs if the pump doesn’t turn on or isn’t pumping properly.

Should I use a battery- or water-powered backup sump pump?

A battery-powered backup sump pump places a small auxiliary pump in your sump basin. A water-powered backup sump pump uses the pressurized water from your home to draw water out of the sump basin.

Battery-powered pumps are simple to install but have a limited run time. Water-powered pumps are reliable and can run continually, but they can be costly to install and require a municipal water supply.

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