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Why You Need a Battery Backup Sump Pump System

Don’t let a flooded basement happen to you. As the snow begins to melt and make way for spring rains, make sure your home is protected from a sump pump failure or power outage.

A Pro Series Sump Pump provides the following standard features:

  • Switches automatically to battery power in an emergency
  • Pumps up to 2,400 gallons per hour at a 10ft. lift
  • Self-monitoring system reminds of required maintenance for unequaled reliability
  • Sounds an alarm in an emergency
  • Tests the pump weekly
  • Can be connected to a security system
  • Easy to use and understand

If the power goes out, your main AC pump will not run and your basement will flood. The Pro Series backup system provides a secondary power source. It will pump for 7.5 continuous hours on a single Pro Series 2400 battery, or intermittently for days. For extra long run time, it can handle 2 or 3 batteries for extended pumping time.

If your main pump fails due to a mechanical problem, or if the pump is clogged with debris, the basement will flood. The Pro Series system will provide a secondary pump and keep your basement dry.

If the float switch on your main pump gets stuck or fails, your basement will flood. The Pro Series system will provide a secondary float switch, which will activate the backup pump and keep your basement dry.

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