Battery Backup Sump Pump
Do you have a sump pump installed in your basement? In many cases, sump pumps run off mains power. This means that they will not function if the mains power is down. You are therefore likely to end up with a flooded basement if the power goes out in the middle of a storm.
Buying a sump pump is a big investment. Homeowners are always advised to take their time to research different pumping systems in order to get the best value for their money. Investing in a second pump that is battery operated is a great option to ensure that your property is protected even when the power goes out. However, this may not be a feasible option for you.
A great alternative to investing in a second pumping system is to invest in a battery backup sump pump system. This is a system that includes a power inverter. This enables your primary pump to continue operating until power is restored.
Why You Should Invest in a Battery Backup Sump Pump System
This is a great alternative to purchasing a second pump. It is more affordable and will ensure that your basement is still protected even when the power goes out. It is a great option for those who don’t want to spend a lot of money on a backup sump pump.
- Non-invasive installation
The installation of the battery backup system is non-invasive. The system is simply hooked up to the primary pump that is already installed. There is no need for jack-hammering. There is no noise or dust to deal with.
- Installation is quick and easy
Do you hate having strangers trooping in and out of your home? You won’t have to deal with that for long with this system. The inverter can be installed within an hour. The job can also be carried out by a single person. This means less interruption to your household.
- Fully automatically
You don’t have to ensure that the battery backup system is charged. With proper installation, the system will charge on its own. This means less effort on your part to ensure that your basement remains dry.
The inverter also turns on automatically when the power goes off. This means that you won’t have to rush to the basement in the middle of a storm to turn the inverter on or off. It turns on and off automatically and has an alarm to alert you.
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