Blog

Overwhelmed SUMP PUMPS

Wednesday, October 12th, 2016 by Corey Mosher


There is lots of publicity around overwhelmed sump pumps after this weekends (Thanksgiving) storm.

An OVERWHELMED SUMP PUMP is a very common issue that we solve regularly. Many standard sump pumps simply don’t have the pumping capacity that’s required during heavy rains and storms. An overworked pump will eventually overheat and stop working.

In the event of the unthinkable, your home’s sump pump is going to the first line of defense. It can make the difference between whether your basement becomes flooded or not and if you can not count on your sump pump to function correctly, then do not count on your family’s home having a dry basement.

We have proven products and dependable solutions www.RidgebackBasement.ca

 

(photo from Carly Stagg article CBC News http://www.cbc.ca/1.3799016)

overwhelmed pump cause flooding

 

our service area

We serve the following areas

  • Beaver Dam
  • Birdton
  • Burpee
  • Burton
  • Charters Settlement
  • Clarks Corner
  • Douglas
  • Durham Bridge
  • Elm Hill
  • Estey's Bridge
  • Fredericton
  • French Lake
  • Geary
  • Hamtown Corner
  • Haneytown
  • Hanwell
  • Killarney Road
  • Kingsley
  • Lakeville Corner
  • Lincoln
  • Lower St Marys
  • Maquapit Lake
  • Maugerville
  • Mcgivney
  • Mcleod Hill
  • Mount Hope
  • Nashwaak Bridge
  • Nashwaak Village
  • Nasonworth
  • New England Settlement
  • New Maryland
  • New Zion
  • Newcastle Centre
  • Noonan
  • Oromocto
  • Penniac
  • Richibucto Road
  • Ripples
  • Royal Road
  • Rusagonis
  • Saint-gregoire
  • Sheffield
  • Slope
  • Sunnyside Beach
  • Swan Creek
  • Taymouth
  • Waasis
  • Waterville-sunbury
  • Wuhrs Beach
  • Zionville
Our Locations:

Ridgeback Basement Systems
30 Simmonds Drive
Dartmouth, NS B3B1R3
1-902-800-4093
Service Area
Free Quote