Properly installed sump pumps can save you $$ and worry
With the nearly nonstop rain we've experienced over the last several days, sump pumps are in high demand at local hardware stores, and for good reason.sumppumpmaintenance.jpg

For customers with basements or crawl spaces in their homes, the use of sump pumps is fairly common and, in some cases, necessary.  However, the improper use and installation of these devices can cause major problems inside a home and place an undue burden on our wastewater collection and treatment system. Learn more in a recent Re:Sources blog.
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