Liberty Sump Pumps
Here are just a few reasons you need a Liberty Sump Pump in your home.
- Keeps water out of your basement and crawl space: A pipe attached to a sump pump pushes water that has seeped into your basement to the outside, helping keep it dry.
- Wireless Highwater Alarm: When water levels get too high, the Liberty Sump Pump NightEye Alarm syncs to your phone and will alert you to the danger of flooding so a pro can be called in to fix the plumbing.
- Water Table Build Up: Water build up can happen even without rain if the water table around your home is high. A sump pump installation can help your plumbing stand up to the conditions and keep your basemen or crawl space dry.
- Retain Soil Integrity: By moving the subterranean water away from your basement, a sump pump cuts the hydrostatic pressure on the home’s foundation and stabilizes the soil.
- Avoid Mildew or Mold: Water accumulation and moisture are prime breeding ground for mold and mildew. Sump pump installations help homeowners get around this.
- Easier to Sell: If you live in a region prone to water seepage, or with a high water table, having a sump pump in addition to regular plumbing can allay concerns of buyers.
- Drain Assistance: If your home sees regular water accumulation in the basement or low lying areas, and the water doesn’t drain away on its own, you could rely on a Liberty Sump Pump to do the work for you.
- Evacuate Large Quantities of Water: If the volumes of water you experience during the rains are too much to cope with manually, you will need plumbing equipment that acts fast.
Used in applications where excess rainwater or groundwater needs to be pumped away from a particular area or to a particular area.
Each Liberty Sump Pump has a hermetically sealed motor close-coupled to the pump body. The whole assembly is submerged in the fluid that needs to be pumped away.The main advantage of this is that it prevents pump cavitation, a problem associated with a high elevation difference between the pump and the fluid surface.
Offered in two styles: Deep Finned Aluminum housing or More Traditional Cast Iron Housing.
Sump Pumps effectively push fluid to the surface as opposed to jet pumps having to pull fluids.