We Need to Talk About Your Sump Pump

May 17 ,2018

With summer on its way, rainstorms are likely also on their way to the area. The last thing you want is to deal with a failed sump pump that was negatively impacted by seasonal weather.

More often than not, a sump pump failure coverage takes the form of a rider to the standard homeowner’s policy. Therefore, if you do not have this rider in place, any water damage that occurs when the sump pump breaks may not be covered by your insurance. Many sump pump failure claims are denied because the pump was clogged with debris or the owner did not perform enough maintenance on the mechanism to keep it operational.

To avoid paying hundreds or thousands of dollars in damage, reach out to Northern’s One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning. They’ll inspect the quality of your sump pump, repair or replace it if necessary, and give you a guarantee that no issues will take place this season.

A sump pump is your basement’s best defense against flooding, so it’s important to take its maintenance seriously. That’s why Northern’s One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning will come out to your home and give you the thorough inspection you need. Their skills can improve your sump pump’s performance and keep it running properly for months or years at a time. Their efforts may even lengthen the device’s lifetime.

Although you might not want to deal with scheduling a sump pump inspection right now, you’ll thank yourself for being proactive later when you aren’t dealing with enormous flood damage or extremely expensive repairs.

To schedule your sump pump maintenance, get in contact with Northern’s One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning today. They can also assist with your other HVAC maintenance, repairs, and installations. Call 763-412-1197 to speak with a company representative and set up your appointment immediately.

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