A plumbing system that functions properly is one of the primary pillars of comfort in a home. Whether it’s taking a shower to start out the day, or pouring water to make a cup of coffee, we need rely on the plumbing in our homes. Running water and working toilets are a necessity that you never appreciate until something happens and you don’t have access to them anymore. Despite this, your plumbing could become damaged, but if you don’t lose access to any of your fixtures, you might be tempted to treat the problem as less important. If something happens to one of the different pumps in your plumbing system, it will eventually turn into a larger problem that you will wish you had handled immediately. If you’re interested about learning more about the different pumps in the plumbing of your Stryker, Bryan, and Napoleon, OH, contact the expert plumbers of Woolace & Johnson at 419-546-0065.
Types of Plumbing Pumps
The plumbing in your home or business is designed to be durable. If you have a pump that becomes damaged or goes out, it can throw the entire system out of balance, creating bigger problems. Some pumps are responsible for helping move waste from your home to the sewer, some are responsible for grinding sewage into a slurry to ensure it won’t clog up your pipes or the city sewer lines. Some plumbing pumps move waste water up to where it needs to be in your plumbing, and others prevent waste water from collecting underneath your foundation, and some can affect the water pressure of your pipes. If one of these isn’t working, it can make a noticeable impact on your daily activities.
Our Pump Services
Good water pressure is a key component of effective use of your plumbing. Without enough water pressure, water won’t be able to cycle all the way through your pipes. There are a few issues that could be causing your water pressure to be low. A leak in your plumbing can reduce water pressure. So can a blockage in your pipes. You could also just have low water pressure because you need some outside assistance injected in to your plumbing. A booster pump might be the answer. A booster pump is a device that attaches to your water main and uses air to increase water pressure throughout your plumbing. If you are interested in booster pump installation or repair for your plumbing in the Stryker, Bryan, and Napoleon, OH area, call Woolace & Johnson at 419-546-0065 to set up an appointment today.
Grinder Pump Repair and Install
A large concern for home or business owners is sewer plumbing. A working sewer means no health concerns or health code violations. If you start to experience problems with your waste water or waste disposal plumbing, things can get messy quickly. If you’re having issues with your sewage backing up into your pipes, you may have a problem with your grinder pump. The grinder pump is a large unit, buried and a certain distance below ground, that takes solid and semi-solid waste products and turns them into a slurry that your sewer can remove easily. Plenty of things can cause your grinder to malfunction, from a deep freeze to grease buildup. If you’re experiencing problems with your sewer plumbing in Stryker, Bryan, and Napoleon, OH, and are concerned it could be because of your grinder pump, contact the certified plumbers of Woolace & Johnson at 419-546-0065.
Lift Station Pump Repair
Most people are unaware of their sewer lift station pump in their sewer plumbing system. If it malfunctions, it can create some serious health hazards, as well as health code violations. This isn’t good for homeowners or business owners. A lift station pump takes sewage and waste water, and pushes it from one area in your plumbing to an area of your plumbing at a higher elevation. Without the lift station pump, if part of your plumbing was below your septic tank, you would have serious potential for sewage backup, as well as permanent damage to your plumbing. If you or someone you know is experiencing problems with their sewer lift station pump in the Stryker, Bryan, and Napoleon, OH area, contact the local plumbers of Woolace & Johnson at 419-546-0065 to set up an appointment today.
Sump Pump Repair & Replacement
No one wants part of their home to flood. Unwanted water causes damage to property and the structure in your home. If something happens in your basement or crawlspace, it can erode away the dirt surrounding your foundation, or seep through cracks and make them bigger, and create even more problems for you. If you’re noticing water buildup where there wasn’t any before, particularly on the bottom level of your home, you may have a damaged sump pump. A sump pump takes water from around the base of your house, collects it, and moves it away from your foundation to keep your home safe from flooding. This can be particularly bad during a heavy rain cycle or serious storm. If you or someone you know needs sump pump repair or replacement for their home in Stryker, Bryan, and Napoleon, OH, call Woolace & Johnson at 419-546-0065 and we’ll be out at your earliest convenience.
Our plumbers have been repairing and replacing plumbing pumps for over 85 years. Our plumbers are all 100% certified and experienced, but that’s not all. We are constantly ensuring our local plumbers continue to get up to date training on each new piece of plumbing technology and equipment, as well as all of the newest plumbing techniques available. By staying on top of emerging plumbing trends, we put ourselves in the best position to provide service to you. Whether you’re looking to have a new sewer lift station pump installed on your property, or need to replace parts in your broken sump pump, we’re the team for you. If you need repair on one of your plumbing pumps in the Stryker, Bryan, and Napoleon, OH area, contact Woolace & Johnson at 419-546-0065 for affordable and reliable service!