Flooding

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Flooding

A real good plumber

Flooding

Many parts of Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens are at risk of flooding. Superstorm Sandy demonstrated all too well what a storm, whether small or massive, can do to your building. Many building basements were flooded, and many boilers were damaged beyond repair by salt water and surging sewers.

The cost to repair flood damages, as you cannot fix it on your own, can easily reach more than hundreds thousands of dollars. You will need a professional licensed master plumber to install the appropriate protection for your home at a fraction of what a storm damage otherwise may end up costing you.

How do we protect basements?

We install either a hurricane or sanitary check valve in the building, where it connects to the building sewer line. The flap in the valve automatically prevents water from entering the building’s drains. The flap allows movement of sewage water in one direction only, and that is out – to the city main sewer lines.

For additional protection, we recommend the installation of two sump pumps. If excess water is present in the basement as a result of leaks, or breaks in the building water lines, the sump pumps will automatically keep the basement dry. We position two sump pumps inside a 3X3 ft round pit dug at the lowest point in the basement, preventing the water from spreading in the basement.

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Flooding

Many parts of Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens are at risk of flooding. Superstorm Sandy demonstrated all too well what a storm, whether small or massive, can do to your building. Many building basements were flooded, and many boilers were damaged beyond repair by salt water and surging sewers.

The cost to repair flood damages, as you cannot fix it on your own, can easily reach more than hundreds thousands of dollars. You will need a professional licensed master plumber to install the appropriate protection for your home at a fraction of what a storm damage otherwise may end up costing you.

How do we protect basements?

We install either a hurricane or sanitary check valve in the building, where it connects to the building sewer line. The flap in the valve automatically prevents water from entering the building’s drains. The flap allows movement of sewage water in one direction only, and that is out – to the city main sewer lines.

For additional protection, we recommend the installation of two sump pumps. If excess water is present in the basement as a result of leaks, or breaks in the building water lines, the sump pumps will automatically keep the basement dry. We position two sump pumps inside a 3X3 ft round pit dug at the lowest point in the basement, preventing the water from spreading in the basement.

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Why Us

We have stopped flooding when it rains in hundreds of buildings with a combination of hurricane or sanitary check valves and sump pumps, that pump the water out of the building automatically.
Give us a call. 212-505-1837

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