Indianapolis Ejector Pump Repair & Replacement
Ejector Pump Repair & Replacement in Indianapolis
Need to install a new ejector pump or repair your current device? Call (317) 520-3569 to schedule immediate service in Indianapolis.
If any part of your plumbing is located below the main sewer line or septic line, having an ejector pump installed is crucial if you want to avoid wastewater backups or clogs in your sewer line.
Pristine Plumbing is your local Indianapolis ejector pump installation and repair expert. We are prepared to handle all of your sewage ejector pump needs. Whether you’re looking to replace an old system or fix your existing one, you can count on us to deliver quality results.
What’s the Difference Between Ejector Pumps and Sump Pumps?
Both ejector pumps and sump pumps seem very similar. They’re both located in a pit in your basement, and they almost look similar as well. But they are two completely different devices with different functions.
If you don’t currently have an ejector pump installed, our experts are happy to discuss the installation process with you and help you select the best type of ejector pump for your home.
Signs Your Ejector Pump Needs Repair
Know the warning signs that point to trouble with your ejector pump so you can get the problem resolved quickly and avoid plumbing emergencies.
A clogged ejector pump is a common problem. Your pump can become blocked with items that are flushed down the toilet. These can wear down your ejector pump over time and cause blockages in your sewer line.
Some homeowners may consider replacing their standard ejector pump with a grinder pump (which can help with larger waste), but grinder pumps are not recommended for every home—particularly if you have a septic tank.
The most effective way to prevent clogging in your ejector pump is to have your device inspected and cleaned out at least once a year. Ask us about our service agreements and learn more about the tasks performed during routine plumbing maintenance.
Float Switch Issues
The float switch is an integral part of your ejector pump. If waste levels in the pit reach a certain point, the switch will alert the pump to start running. But if the float switch is malfunctioning, your ejector pump will not work properly and waste can overflow into your basement. Give us a call to have defective float switches replaced.
Other ejector pump problems include short cycling and nonstop operation. No matter what the problem is, we will figure out the cause of your ejector pump issue and return your device to normal as quickly as possible.