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John's Waterproofing Case Studies: SuperSump Sump Pump Keeps Basement Dry in Walterville, Oregon

Wednesday, January 3rd, 2018 by Kayla Cree


A homeowner in Walterville, Oregon was fed up with their current sump pump in their basement. This outdated and generally weak sump pump was no help every time the basement flooded, which was a pretty regular occurrence. And the sump pump that they had limited their storage space in their basement. There was just a giant hole in the ground where their sump pump was. Not to mention the fact that it looked anything but attractive. The homeowner knew they needed a new sump pump, but they also didn't want to end up with the same problems they were having now. 


The SuperSump sump pump is a premier sump pump system. It has one of the best pumps available that can pump 2,650 gallons of water per hour. It has a high-end Zoeller cast iron pump with mechanical float switch and it resists clogging and can even pump up to half an inch in solids. The SuperSump has a built-in WaterWatch alarm system that sounds off if water rises above the point where the pump should turn on. It gives the homeowner ample warning to fix the problem before any damage has occurred. It also has a SuperLiner, a rugged, heavy-duty smooth wall liner with 96 holes that allow water to flow in directly from below the floor. The SuperSump has an airtight lid that keeps moisture from evaporating into the basement. The lid also keeps out bugs, odors radon gas and quiets the pump. And with this lid, nothing can fall into the sump hole. The lid is also strong enough for the homeowner to stack things on top, fixing their storage issues. Now this homeowner won't have to worry about a flooded basement, ugly sump pump or not having enough room in their basement. 

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