Typical homes are built with downward slanting sewer or septic systems to work with gravity, moving your wastewater down to the main sewer line. In some homes, however, areas such as underground utility or laundry rooms and finished basements may require the help of a pump to move sewage through to the main line. One pump selection for this task is an ejector pump. Speak with our technicians today at (818) 748-8615 to discuss which sewage ejector pump will be best for your Pasadena, San Fernando, and Tujunga, CA home.
What Is The Purpose of a Sewage Ejector Pump?
In order for sewage to travel to the main sewer line from a lower level, your water system must use a force besides gravity. If this is your home’s problem, a pump system will be able to push your sewage toward the main line. To ensure proper flow in these instances, an ejector pump may be installed to deliver reinforced push for your wastewater. These pumps self-power by using a float sensor, and are typically found inside a pump housing that’s level with your floor. Ejector pumps are quite efficient for waste removal in your home and typically last for more than a decade when properly maintained.
Ejector pumps work to prevent harmful sewage backup in your home’s tubs, showers, and sinks. Ensure your Pasadena, San Fernando, and Tujunga, CA sewage ejector pump is always performing at its best with help from the Twin Town Plumbing and Rooter technicians. Our professionals will perform the installation, repair, or replacement service you’re looking for to get your sewage moving again. Contact us now to get started at (818) 748-8615.
Does Your Sewage Ejector Pump Require Repair or Maintenance?
Over time, your ejector pump can develop wear or damage that must be addressed. Often, damages are caused by float failure or float bypass efforts that lead to a burnt up motor. Other problems can arise from running a pump with clogged lines or using drain cleaner which corrodes your pump. Our experienced technicians are ready to help solve any ejector pump damage you have. Speak with us today at (818) 748-8615 to find out more or to schedule your sewage ejector pump service in the Pasadena, San Fernando, and Tujunga, CA area.