Tuesday, February 5th, 2019 by Kelsey Bullerdick
According to The National Climatic Data Center (NCDC), in Southern Indiana, "The months of greatest flood frequency are December through April. The primary cause of floods is prolonged periods of heavy rains, although rain falling on snow or frozen ground can be a contributing factor."
Let's say that you already have a sump pump installed into your home to help prevent flooding, but what happens when the power goes out? What if your pump fails? These are questions you should be asking yourself.
What about if the primary pump is not able to keep up with the amount of water in very heavy rains? Or the primary pump fails?
I'm sure you've heard stories from family members and friends about their homes getting flooded when their sump pump failed. If you can't count on your sump system to be powerful or reliable enough, then you can't count on a dry basement. And what good is the space if it gets wet?
At Healthy Spaces, we install only the best sump pump systems available anywhere in the Indiana and Kentucky area. We have an answer to clogging sump pumps, power failures, torrential rainfall, and much more!
The answer is a TripleSafe sump pump system. It's our most reliable sump pump system that provides three levels of protection for your basement and peace of mind.
For normal operation, the TripleSafe has a powerful, cast-iron Zoeller® 1/3 horsepower sump pump set at the lowest level. During heavy volumes of water or in the case that the primary pump fails, a second, more powerful Zoeller® ½ hp pump, is set a bit higher in the liner and will turn on.
Should the power go out, our UltraSump battery backup sump pump, sets at the highest level, and will pump out 11,500 gallons or more on a fully charged battery!
Take a look at the features of the TripleSafe Sump Pump System below!
Now that you know there are options available to help keep your basement protected and dry all the time, don't get caught unprepared! Contact us today to schedule your free home estimate and take the first step to relaxing the next time the power goes out!