Battery Backup Sump Pumps Near Dallas
Backup sump systems & battery backup pumps for a dry basement
Like any mechanical utility within your home, your sump pump can eventually fail. A sump pump contains moving parts that can wear out or malfunction over the years.
The best way to make sure your home is protected from a sump pump failure is to make sure that you have a battery backup pump and secondary sump pump ready to operate in an emergency.
Battery backup sump pump systems
Sump pumps lose power for a variety of reasons. Aside from the obvious power failure, it's possible for a circuit to trip, especially for pumps plugged into GFI outlets.
At Vesta Foundation Solutions, we've also seen many cases where the pump was unplugged by someone who needed to use the outlet but forgot to plug the sump back into the outlet. In some situations, this has led to water damage to nearly everything stored in the basement.
PitBoss Battery Back-Up Systems
We recommend installing a PitBoss Battery Backup System with your sump pump system to ensure lasting reliability. It's designed to keep your sump pump running efficiently and effectively.
The PitBoss system can pump out an excess of 13,000 gallons of water on a fully charged battery, which is enough water to fill a small swimming pool!
To alert you of power failure, the PitBoss sounds an alarm when it runs and silences when the pump cycles off.
PitBoss Battery Backup specifications
- Long-lasting protection -- The PitBoss can outlast generic backup pumps many times over, pumping an incredible 13,000 gallons of water out on a single fully charged battery.
- Advanced alarm system -- The PitBoss sounds off whenever the battery back up pump cycles on, letting you know so you can respond.
- Additional battery life -- For added protection, an additional battery can be attached to a single PitBoss system, allowing for more than double the pumping time.
Backup sump pump systems
If you have a primary sump pump and a battery backup sump pump, your basement is already well on its way to being protected.
However, if your primary sump pump fails due to mechanical failure, your basement waterproofing is only good as long as your battery backup can last. And if your sump pump is being overwhelmed due to an unusually high volume of water, it's best to have a secondary sump pump that can kick in and help keep the water down.