Unlike a sump pump, a sewage pump is used to remove the gas and odor that occur in the space. These units are typically installed in the basement of your home. This is because your basement is below your home’s main sewer line. When waste is generated in the basement, it needs to connect to these main lines. A sewage pump is designed to use more power to eject waste and water that will help your home run safely and smoothly.
If your home has an unused basement because of excess moisture a sewage pump can help. Like a sump pump, a sewage pump is used to control the fluids that come in and out of your basement. If you have a bathroom, sink, tub, or other appliance in your basement. A sewage pump can help control excess gas, odor, and fluids in the space. Here’s what you can expect from our plumbers.
Step 1: Measure and dig pit to hold sewage pump
Step 2: Insert sewage pump and secure connections from sewage line to the unit
Step 3: Adjust and install liquid level sensors. These will alert the system when to remove or flush out excess build up
Step 4: Vacuum seal the unit and our water in pit to test the system
Installing a sewage pump on your own can be very complicated and overwhelming. In this process, we use many high power tools. If you are unsure how to use these tools, not only can you damage your sewage pump, but also your home’s plumbing system. At Pacific Coast Plumbing, we have the tools, expertise, and knowledge you need to have a properly functioning basement. Give us a call today to get started.