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Do you have an issue with water and moisture collecting in your basement? Then a sump pump may be the way to go. A sump pump is installed into your basement or underground areas in your home to prevent flooding, which will also prevent water damage as well as harmful growths, such as mildew or mold.

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Prevent Flooding

The main reason why anyone installs a sump pump is to prevent flooding in the basement and properly dispose of any excess water. This means that large-scale flooding will have minimal impact on your property and also enables you to act quickly and minimize the damage. 15 inches of floodwater can be potentially devastating to your property, but a sump pump will prevent any disasters from occurring.

Prevent Mold and Mildew

Damp and moist conditions can result in harmful growths, such as mold and mildew. This can become a very serious problem if you allow it to get out of hand. A sump pump, however, will prevent pools of water from collecting in your basement, which contributes to the growth of mold and mildew. This also ensures that you will avoid having to perform and major repairs or rebuilding entire sections of your home.

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Prevent Fires

This may seem like a strange benefit of a sump pump considering that it’s meant to prevent flooding, but flooding is indeed a major contributor to electrical fires in your home. An abundance of floodwater in your basement can easily short-circuit an appliance, such as your laundry machines or a vacuum cleaner that’s plugged into a wall outlet.

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Backup Sump Pumps

When selecting a sump pump, you want to ensure that it is the right one for your basement. In addition to having your main sump pump, you also want to have a backup device in place as a kind of extra element of protection in the vent of extreme flooding or other unpredictable circumstances. When your main sump pump becomes overwhelmed, your backup will then kick into action to ensure that any flooding does not get out of hand.

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Choosing the Location

When installing your sump pump, you want to be careful when selecting a location. This is because you have to keep in mind where water is likely to discharge in your basement. We recommend that you install your sump pump in your utility room. If this isn’t an ideal option for you, then we also recommend that you