No More Stressing Through Every Storm
Between winter blizzards and summer storms, we see a fair share of water in Southeastern Minnesota—and many basements just aren’t built to withstand it.
If flooding is a common problem in your basement, consider having a sump pump installed. This way, whenever water tries to enter your basement, it will enter the sump pit and be discharged far away from your home. With a dependable sump pump in your corner, you won’t need to worry every time the snow thaws or the rain comes pouring down. A reliable sump pump will bail you out every time!
Your Local Experts for Sump Pump Replacement, Installation and Repair
It doesn’t matter whether you’ve never had a sump pump before, your current pump needs to be replaced or you’re experiencing a mechanical issue with your pump. We’ve been installing and repairing sump pumps for decades and can address anything pertaining to yours.
We install industry-leading pumps that are known for their reliability, efficiency and superior quality. From digging the sump pit to installing the actual pump, we know everything that goes into a flawless sump pump installation. By the time our work is complete, you’ll have a fully working sump pump that will last you a good eight to 12 years!
In the event of an emergency, we’re available 24/7 to repair your pump and get it running again quickly.
Which Type of Sump Pump Is Right for My Home?
The two main types of sump pumps we install are submersible pumps and pedestal pumps. Generally speaking, submersible pumps are more common than pedestal pumps because they’re typically installed when the house is being built. True to their name, submersible pumps are meant to be submerged under water below the basement floor. Compared to pedestal pumps, submersible pumps take up less space, can pump out the water faster and can also come with a backup battery. With a pedestal pump, the standalone motor is installed above the basement floor and these pumps are typically used when the sump pit is more shallow. The benefits of pedestal pumps are that they typically last longer and are easier to access since the motor is above the floor.
After visiting your home and assessing how much water you’ll need to remove at any given time, we’ll recommend the type of pump that’s “just right” for you.
How Much Does Sump Pump Replacement & Installation Cost?
Ultimately, the cost of a sump pump installation depends on a number of factors. For example, replacing a sump pump is less expensive than installing a new pump because, unless the previous plumber did something wrong with digging the sump pit, there shouldn’t be any digging involved. Gravel is also easier to dig through than concrete, so the environment we’re working in will also influence the overall cost.
Before beginning any work, we’ll give you an upfront estimate so you know all of the costs beforehand. We always show the utmost respect for your property and will do everything in our power to work quickly without ever cutting corners. You have our word!
’Water’ You Waiting for? Schedule Your Sump Pump Installation in Rochester, MN
A sump pump can make all the difference for preventing water damage and protecting the structural integrity of your home. Rather than worrying every time it rains or snows, you can have peace of mind that your sump pump will take care of business.
To schedule a sump pump installation for your home in Rochester, MN, or elsewhere in our service area, contact us online or call Tonna Mechanical at 507-205-2873 today.