When it comes to a plumbing system, the right type of equipment makes a significant difference. For instance, if you install the wrong plumbing pump, the results may be devastating and costly.
Our promise is to always be fair honest and open on pricing. Pumps can vary based on types; it would be unfair of us to mislead you with an ambiguous price. Therefore, we carry out a full on-site inspection before giving you our best price.
When it comes to a plumbing system, the right type of equipment makes a significant difference. For instance, if you install the wrong plumbing pump, the results may be devastating and costly. Whether you are dealing with flooding issues in the basement, or you need an industrial pump, there is a tool for the job. Pumps, however, come in a variety of sizes, materials, modes of power, and come in two categories: submersible and non-submersible.
Submersible pumps are designed to be submerged inside the liquid being pumped. The types of pumps often break down into further categories, including sump pumps, sewer ejector pumps, and transfer/pony pumps.
Sump Pump – A sump pump is installed in a residential building with a basement below the local water table. Any low point that tends to accumulate water should have a sump pump installed.
Sewer Ejector Pump – This type of pump is helps to prevent clogs in the sewer line, as it handles the pumping of moderate amounts of wastewater.
Transfer/Pony Pump – A pump designed to move quantities of water from one place to another, such as a flooded basement to elsewhere.
Non-submersible pumps, otherwise known as inline pumps, are designed to remain dry and out of liquid. These types of pumps are easier to access and support, as they are not submerged underwater or in waste. The most common uses are for circulating heated water throughout homes, which is a low-maintenance function and quite energy-efficient, too. You will see these referred to as circulator pumps.
Whether you are looking to service your boiler, replace your boiler or move from ‘oil to gas’ it is essential to find the right heating engineer to undertake any work. A professional heating engineer will provide you with all the information and advice you need to consider your options. They will supply quotes and provide peace of mind that all work is carried out to proper standards.
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