sump pumpDo you utilize a sump pump in your home? If you do, chances are it is power operated, meaning if you lose power, it will not function if there is no power. In the case of your power going out during a storm, there is an increased chance of your basement flooding. While sump pumps are an investment, they can save you a lot of money and frustration and investing in a second pump that is battery powered will make a huge difference in the case of a power outage.

Why You Should Invest in a Battery-Operated Sump Pump:

Affordable. Back up sump pumps can be expensive and a sump pump that is battery operated is a great alternative. In the case of a power outage, the water will be kept out of your basement and lower-level rooms.

Non-Invasive Installation. One of the biggest advantages of a battery-operated sump pump is the non-invasive installation process. The battery-operated system will simply be attached to your primary system. The installation process is roughly an hour and only takes one person, so there is no need to worry about our team stomping through your home and making a mess!

Fully Automatic. Although battery operated, you do not have to worry about charging the system. With proper installation, the sump pump will charge on its own, meaning you won’t have to worry about whether your system is ready to handle any water! When the power goes off, the inverter will turn on and off automatically eliminating the need to worry about turning it on or being home to turn it on.