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Water heaters control the temperature of the water in your sinks, showers, and provide hot water for laundry. When water heaters all of a sudden don’t work, your home life or ability to properly conduct business can be negatively impacted. A1 Best Plumbing offers same day water heater installation, repair, and replacement services to help you restore the hot water at your home or business.

If you are in need of sump pump maintenance, repair, installation, or replacement, A1 Best Plumbing can help. We provide a complete range of sump pump services to local Long Beach, CA and the surrounding area.

Sump Pump Maintenance by Our Glendale Plumbers Routine maintenance is an essential part of keeping your sump pump in working order. Neglecting to properly care for your pump could prove disastrous in the event of a flood, potentially leading to hundreds or even thousands of dollars worth of water damage. Do not take that risk when sump pump maintenance can be completed simply!

Our Long Beach Plumbers suggest taking the following steps every three months:

In addition to this periodic maintenance, it is also generally a good idea to schedule a yearly sump pump checkup with a qualified plumber.

During this checkup, our Long Beach Plumber will inspect the sump pit, check valve, backup power source, alarm, cover, and water discharge location. Furthermore, the pump and sump must be cleaned every year.

How Often Should You Replace Your Sump Pump?

Even with proper maintenance, sump pumps typically require replacement every five to seven years. If you are in need of a replacement or are having issues with your sump pump, a Long Beach, CA sump pump service specialist from A1 Best Plumbing can come to your property to determine the best approach.

Our Long Beach Plumbers will complete repairs if that is in your best interests but may recommend a replacement if your unit is beyond its usefulness. Replacement may be less costly than continued repairs, not to mention the hassle of dealing with a broken sump pump in the first place.