So, you are planning to get yourself a drainage pump. You went to the market and looked at the ONGA water pump, Tsurumi, Lowara and others, got confused and came back home empty-handed due to a lack of knowledge about drainage pumps. This blog specifically addresses this confusion by providing some accurate answers about dilemmas related to drainage pumps. If you are considering buying one in near future, here is all you need to note:
These are a few points that need close consideration. If your basement has a frequent flooding problem then a drainage pump would be best to have around. But remember that drainage pumps are vulnerable to damage and much more. Therefore, it is wise to always have a backup pump. You can install a backup pump directly next to the main pump. These pumps are designed to begin pumping and keep away flooding if the main pump fails or is not able to deal with high volumes of water getting into your place. If you are an industry owner, you can have several pumps together. You can always have packages that have three pumps set to be installed together.