Sump Pumps

Waterproofing the edges of your basement is one matter, but keeping water from pooling under your home’s foundation is also essential to preventing water damage. A sump pump from All-Dry of Ohio is an integral part of an effective basement waterproofing system. Contact us today at 1-800-255-3792 to learn more about our services.

What Is a Sump Pump?

A sump, or sump pit, is a hole dug under the basement of a home to collect water. Sump pumps are installed in sump pits to remove excess water and direct it to a location away from the building’s foundation. If your foundation is lower than the surrounding area’s water table, or you live in an area that floods during heavy rain, a pump is essential to ensure that your basement stays dry and mold-free.

Sump Pump Installation

  • At All-Dry of Ohio, we use only the highest-quality commercial pumps, and all of our work comes with a lifetime transferable warranty. Our pumps will not only keep your home safe from water damage, but also add to your home’s resale value. Sump pumps can be difficult to install, so it’s best to leave the work to our qualified basement waterproofing professionals. Each of our patented All-Dry System installations includes a basement sump pump, as do our sub-slab drainage systems.

    While installing a sump pump can help prevent mold and foundation issues in the future, it can’t solve problems that already exist. Our experts can inspect your home to determine if mold remediation or foundation crack repair is necessary. You should also consider regular sump pump maintenance, to make sure that your pump stays in working order.

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Protect your basement with a sump pump today!

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All-Dry of Ohio knows exactly how to keep your home safe from environmental dangers like mold and moisture. For three decades, our services have ensured the well-being of many Ohio homes, from Dayton to Columbus to Cincinnati, and our experience sets us apart from other basement waterproofing companies. Contact us today at 1-800-255-3792 and start preserving your home.