Figure out if you need a sump pump


A flooded basement will set you back thousands of dollars. There is one device that can save your home from water damage, included flooded basements —the almighty sump-pump! Do you even need a sump-pump? What the heck is a sump-pump anyway? We break it down for you so you can make the right decision in protecting your home.

What is a sump pump?

A sump pump is a pump used to remove water that has accumulated in a water-collecting sump basin, commonly found in the basements of homes.

What does a sump pump do?

The sump pump’s job is to pump the water out of the pit and away from the building so the basement or crawlspace stays dry.

You Should Consider A Sump Pump If..

In older homes in the Kansas City area, it’s probably a good idea to have one. Here are a few reasons to invest in one to help protect your home:

  • Your basement has flooded before
  • You have a finished basement
  • Your current sump pump is more than 7 years old

How Much Does it Cost?

The average cost to install a sump pump is $1,022. Most homeowners spend between $968 and $1,466 to have a sump pump installed.

Our CEO breaks down sump-pump cost and price transparency at Zaarly.

When Should You Replace Your Sump Pump?

If your sump pump isn’t kicking on when the water rises or if your sump pump is more than 10 years old, it’s time to replace it.

Protect your home from flooding and have a sump pump installed!

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