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Flooded Basement Pumping

Flooded Basement Pumping Service Contractor in Campbellsville, KY

Quality Service Located in Campbellsville, KY offers emergency flooded basement pumping 24/7. During the heavy rain storms, we get calls at all hours of the night. Don’t be afraid to call us at any time of the night. It is vital for you to get first in line on our list of customers. Usually a home owner calling at this time is in panic mode and does not know exactly what to do or who to call. But be sure that when you, the homeowner, calls us during a flooding emergency, Quality Service is out the door in just a few minutes getting to you faster than any other service in town, with a pump in hand.


We will normally have several calls at the same time for the same emergency, don’t worry. We have several pumps. We take one call at a time, first call first serve. We will get to you fast, get a pump going, and get to the next house and repeat, assess the situation, make repairs to your sump pump system, than recommend any cleanup services if your situation requires one. We recommend Serve Pro and Holmes Carpet cleaning.

You can bet that every year around the heavy rain season our area gets at least one major rain fall that brings water into homes, and every year Quality Service gets call after call all night long and the next day. It is very important for you to call Quality Service as soon as possible at the first sign of any water issues, sump pump issues, during a major rain storm, or actually any time of the year. Every year during the big rainy season, P.C. Clark, Lowes and Caulk Hardware sells out of sump pumps and accessories leaving some homeowners with no options. This is just one reason to service your sump pump regularly year round. Don’t wait until the last minute to get your sump pump serviced (see our sump pump page for more info).

Zoller sump pumps

Zoller Sump Pumps

  • Regardless if you call Quality Service or another local service company to pump your basement during an emergency, it is important that you stick with that company and be as patient as you can unless they specifically tell you to call another service professional, or start to ignore your calls. It happens every time. The homeowner calls every plumber in town thinking they will get services faster that way, but they actually end up last on the list if they get service at all. Quality Service will only take as many calls as we can handle, we can recommend another service contractor that we work with daily in order to help you the best we can during a flood. We feel it is not fair to the homeowner, to tell you that we will be there to help you, knowing fully that they don’t actually have the time to get to you in a reasonable amount of time. YES, other local company’s do this and you never hear from them again or you will wait 2 weeks to get service.
  • If you see more than just a small puddle of water standing in the basement, be aware of electrical shock hazards. You could get shocked or electrocuted.
  • There is a potential for backed up sewage, so wear rubber boots and gloves.
  • A common cause for a failed pump is, trash or a small rock stuck in the bottom of the pump. If water is rising and the pump won’t kick on unplug the pump and check the pit for trash, rocks, or small pieces of concrete.
  • If a sump pump sits for long periods of time without kicking on, rust can build up inside the pump. Run water into the pit a few times a year to make sure the pump cycles on and off a few times.
  • Check the circuit breaker to the outlet.
  • If your pump discharge line is underground, or running to a ditch, it could be clogged up or broken.