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Sewage Injection Pumps

What Is a Sewage Injection Pump?

A sewage injection pump, also known as a pump up ejector system, is used to transport wastewater from areas of low elevation to areas of high elevation. For example, if the drainage for your home bathroom is a lower elevation than the municipal sewer system it needs to drain to, a sewage injection pump will help move the wastewater to where it needs to go.

If you think your home may need a sewage injection pump in Plano, contact At-Ease Plumbing now at (972) 440-5644!

How Sewer Ejector Pumps Work

There are many different kinds of plumbing pumps that perform important roles in our daily plumbing needs, particularly for properties at lower elevations. Sewage ejector pumps are a great option for homes with plumbing in the basement, such as an additional bathroom or laundry room. The pump is designed to be installed in a sump tank that can hold up to about 30 gallons of waste. When the tank fills up to a certain volume, the float on the pump will be tripped and activate the pump. The pump is then able to transport the waste up to ground level and into either the sewage system or a septic tank. The way it works is very similar to that of a sump pump. Sump pumps move rainwater overflow from lower areas of the home to ground level, and the sewage injection pump moves sewage to ground level.

Your Pump Repair Experts

For those who already have an existing sewage injection pump at home, At-Ease Plumbing offers reliable repairs for any issues you might encounter with your plumbing pump.

Get in touch with our professional plumbers in case your sewer ejector pump is:

  • Not turning on
  • Running but no water is being moved
  • Not turning off
  • Cycling or turning on and off quickly
  • Unusually noisy
  • Turning off before the basin is completely empty

Schedule an Installation Today

If you are interested in adding any plumbing additions to your basement, it is likely that you will need a sewage ejector pump. Let At-Ease Plumbing help you. We are dedicated to customer service, and we are happy to answer any questions you may have about any of the pump services we offer. The installation of any pump that connects to a septic or sewage system will typically require a permit of some kind and we can help with that, too. There are also many different tank sizes and motor powers to consider.

If you need help finding your ideal sewage injection pump in Plano, McKinney, Frisco, Allen, or nearby, give our team a call at (972) 440-5644.

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