If you've ever experienced a flood in your Jeffersonville, IN basement, you already know how much damage it can cause. Even a small amount of water can result in extensive damage, including hazardous mold and mildew growth.
We help you ensure that your basement or crawl space remains dry. From installing a new sump pump to repairing or maintaining your existing model, we offer the services you need to avoid water buildup under your home. Your sump pump will not last forever. It is worth a professional inspection to make sure that your unit is ready to handle the season's rain and snow.
After a storm, water flows down into the ground. If you have a basement or crawl space, your home's underground walls will experience pressure as water descends against them. In many cases, seepage leads to puddles and flooding in your basement. Moisture, mold and mildew under your home attract pests. Standing water can also cause significant property damage. That's why you need a sump pump.
If your basement is at risk of flooding, a sump pump is generally considered to be the best safeguard. At Brian Scroggins Plumbing, we offer sump pump installation services designed to protect your property and keep it dry. After a thorough evaluation of your home's environment and construction, we'll recommend the best sump pump for your property and get it installed quickly and accurately. And if you have any questions along the way, our courteous plumbing professionals will be more than happy to provide you with answers.
Whether you've already suffered the misfortune of basement flooding or just want to make sure you never do, we can help. For more information about our sump pump installation services or to schedule an estimate, call us today.
Brian Scroggins is ready to help you protect your home's foundation and basement from water damage. Although it may not be possible to stop water from entering in the first place, a sump pump prevents harmful buildup and flooding. By installing a catchment basin beneath the lowest layer of your home, water is collected and contained. Your sump pump then transports it away from your house.
Many people think that the spring snowmelt is the cause of basement flooding and damage. However, it is actually a combination of factors. The ground near your basement thaws before the earth under your yard. Therefore, spring rains will naturally run off the frozen ground and seep into the warmer soils near your home. This can cause water leaks and buildup.
Your home may be your largest investment. That's why it's worth a quick inspection or repair service. Let us keep your sump pump in working order, so you can rest assured that your basement will remain dry during the spring rains. Our professional work will help you protect your house from expensive water damage.