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Westview Plumbing Is Here For Eco-1 Pumps

Westview Plumbing Is Here For Eco-1 Pumps

Westview Plumbing Is Here For Eco-1 Pumps

Whole-house sewage pumps are often installed to help properties that require waste to be pushed from a lower-grade area. In many situations, a Seattle property may have a laundry room, kitchen, or bathroom that needs a bit of a boost to push the waste to street level. If you want an Eco-1 pump installation, Westview Plumbing is here for all your whole-house sewage pump needs in West Seattle.

How Sewage Pumps Work

Also referred to as ejector pumps, sewage pumps have a basin or tank that works to collect sewage from your home. Once the waste reaches a certain level, it kicks on the pump and pushes it upward into the main sewer line for your home. Gravity then takes over so that sewage can flow to the city line on a septic tank or street. Should the pump fail, a warning light will come on so that you discontinue using the impacted rooms until it gets fixed.

A residential sewage pump will usually have a one or two-tank design. If you have one with two tanks and one ends up failing, the other has the ability to kick on and keep the pump flowing. One-tank systems are generally suitable for single-family homes, while larger properties will have a two-tank setup.

Professional Installation is Best

Hiring professionals is the best way to ensure results when installing a sewage pump. Our team at Westview Plumbing has hands-on experience with various brands and understands what each property needs. We are happy to come to your home, assess your wastewater system, and determine which type of whole-house sewage pump will generate the best, most efficient results.

Are you looking to have an Eco-1 Pump installed? Westview Plumbing is here for whole-house sewage pumps in West Seattle. Call (206) 829-6360.