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Sump Pumps

Sump pump Service Contractor in Campbellsville, KY

Quality Service Sump Pump Service and Installation

  • New sump basin and pump installation
  • New sump pump installation
  • Emergency backup system installation and service
  • Replacement pumps
  • Servicing of sump pump and system
  • Pumping of flooded basements during and after rain storm emergency’s

Have you ever walked into your basement after a big rain storm or maybe you live near a natural water spring and constantly have water issues and found yourself splashing through ankle or knee deep water? Heavy storms can cause big problems for your home if your sump pump is not working properly.

floodedBasementA sump pump is an electric pump typically placed in a pit in the basement floor at the lowest point of your home or crawlspace. During rain storms or heavy melting snow, water that would normally flood your basement is diverted to the sump pump pit. When the water level reaches a certain point inside the pit, a float valve on the pump actuates the pump and removes the water from the pit preventing your basement from being flooded.

Without frequent testing and service you can’t be sure if your pump is going to work when you need it to. Even a regular rain shower could spell disaster if your pump doesn’t work properly when it needs to. Fortunately Quality Service located in Campbellsville, KY can service all of your sump pump needs.

If you feel you may need any type of sump pump work or just want to know if your pump is still in good working order, DON’T WAIT!! We pump flooded basements all the time when it rains hard because a homeowner forgot about the pump or thought they could just get by a little longer. It could be costly.


QUALITY SERVICE OFFERS AN EMERGECY BACKUP SYSTEM IF YOU’RE POWER GOES OUT. If you have any concerns or have constant water flooding problems than an emergency backup system can help ease your mind. We recommend what’s called a Sump Jet made by Liberty Pumps that operates from your water service, main water line inside your basement, and does not use a battery or any electricity. For use in emergencies if you’re main pump fails to operate. Battery backup systems are also available.