Sewage ejector pumps help move solid waste from your toilet through your home’s plumbing system until it reaches a point where it can be drained by gravity—this becomes essential if your basement bathroom is lower than your main sewer line. Sewage ejector pumps are located in a sewage ejector pump pit and use powerful jets to break up solid waste and send it into your septic tank or sewage system. A good sewage ejector pump, provided it is properly maintained, should last at least 7 – 10 years, with many lasting upwards of 20 or even 30 years.
Schedule your sewage ejector pump installation or replacement in the Montgomery County, MD or DC area by calling James A. Wheat & Sons today at 240-399-5051240-399-5051—or fill out the form in the sidebar!
At James A. Wheat & Sons, we’ve been providing complete plumbing services to the residents of Montgomery County, MD and northern DC since 1978, and we can help you with any sewage ejector pump services you may need.
If you’re remodeling or adding a basement bathroom to your home, call the experts at James A. Wheat & Sons! As part of our bathroom plumbing remodeling services, our certified plumbers will install a sewage ejector pump that you can rely on for years to come. We’ll do it right the first time so you never have to worry about your sewage ejector pump again! Don’t settle for a rush job when installing something important in your home—give us a call to get the job done right the first time!
Sewage ejector pumps, when properly installed and maintained, can last upwards of 30 years or more. In fact, the most common reason people need sewage ejector pump replacement is because the plumbers who installed the pump originally either undersized it or tried to install it on the cheap, cutting corners along the way. Most sewage ejector pump manufacturers recommend doing this, but it is often forgotten if the plumber is just trying to get to the next job.
When you call James A. Wheat & Sons for sewage ejector pump replacement, you’ll never have to worry about a rush job that results in a pump burning out after 3 years. Our licensed, trained plumbers are committed to ensuring your jobs are taken care of right the first time.
No matter what your sewage ejector pump needs are, call James A. Wheat & Sons today! Our expert Maryland and Washington, DC plumbers can install a new sewage ejector pump or replace a malfunctioning sewage ejector pump in your home so your basement bathrooms will run smoothly and cleanly for years.