Emergency sump pump
There have been two segments on Ask This Old House where they showed an emergency sump pump that ran off of city water. When the float gets high enough (higher than would cause the regular sump pump to engage) then city water would flow through the pump and outside. For every gallon of city water that went through the pump it would suck out 4 gallons of water from the sump (if I remember my numbers correctly.)
Does anyone out there actually have one of these? If so how does it work for you?
Last edited by SherryH; 07-11-2007 at 09:45 PM.
Reason: Explain my question better
Re: Emergency sump pump
i sell these items. I sell a brand call SJ10 by Liberty Pumps(www.libertypumps.com) They work very well as a back-up when you are on city water. Liberty also has Sump Basin packages that the SJ10 can be installed into.