Commercial Sump Pump Installation Services
Sump pump installation is not just a good idea, it is a necessity when unexpected flooding occurs.
In many commercial office buildings most of the expensive equipment, used to operate the facility, is kept in the basement or cellar.
If you don’t have a way to get rid of the excess water, when flooding occurs, your equipment could be ruined.
This unexpected event could cost you tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars (depending on the type of equipment that gets wet).
How Can a Sump Pump Help?
First off, a sump pump is a submersible pump that is located at the base of a sump pit. They are usually set up at the lowest point in the basement or cellar.
The way a sump pump helps is by automatically pumping out water that accumulates in the sump pit. Once the water rises in the pit, to a preset level, the pump is activated.
The water is then pump out to the city sewer or drain pipes.
Who Should Have a Sump Pump?
Sump pumps are needed by commercial office buildings, industrial buildings, manufacturing facilities, hospitals, schools, nursing homes, airport terminals, multi-family buildings, hotels, fitness centers, and more.
The fact is, any facility that is either prone to flooding or would suffer considerable loss if a flood does occur needs a sump pump system.
In addition, facilities with elevators have specialty sump systems called Oil Detection Systems. These systems ensure that only water gets pumped in to the sewer system and not oil, so the water doesn’t get contaminated.
Our Commercial Sump Pump Installation Services
Sump pits have established conditions of depth and width that is primarily based the number of sump pumps needed.
A sump pump system can be outfitted with two or more pumps, designed to operate in a series of events. These events allow the pump to switch from one pump to the other, providing equivalent usage on the motors and pumps. As well as increasing the systems dependability.
Most importantly, the benefit of installing a pump system can be observed during routine maintenance. Since the entire pump station isn’t taken off line, the system is still operational. In addition to that, when a flooding situation happens you can have multiple pumps operating at once to keep the water from building up in your facility.
The benefits of having a sump pump system as opposed to just a sump pump are innumerable.
They include but are not limited to:
- The whole system is operated by a computer.
- The system alternates between pumps which reduces wear and tear.
- The control panel is user friendly with touchscreen functionality.
- The control panel displays water levels to let you know what’s going on.
- The system automatically notifies you when something goes wrong.
If you are looking to get your sump pit and pump inspected or are thinking about upgrading your entire sump pump system, give us a call.
Our team of engineers will custom build a sump system for you at a cost effective price. Because of the efficiency of our systems they will literally pay for themselves in just a few years.
To find out more call us at (212) 981-1150 or (718) 249-2325.