Sewage Ejector Pump Services in Savannah, GA & Beaufort, SC

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Most sewer systems use gravity to eliminate waste, but if plumbing fixtures are installed lower than the main sewer line, you may have to install a sewage ejector pump to help dispose of the waste effectively. When you need a qualified team for sewage ejector pump repairs and replacements in Savannah, Beaufort County, or the surrounding areas, talk to our team at Canady’s Heating • Air • Plumbing.

Since 1986, our company has provided top-quality plumbing services throughout the Coastal Empire and the Lowcountry. Our industry experts can help with all your home plumbing needs. Count on Canady’s for award-winning service backed by excellent customer reviews, Better Business Bureau accreditation, and an Angi Super Service Award.

Need to install or fix a sewage ejector pump in your home? Call Canady’s today at (912) 597-2458 to request services in Savannah, Pooler, Bluffton, or Beaufort.

What Is a Sewage Ejector Pump?

A sewage ejector pump collects waste from fixtures like toilets and sinks installed below the main sewer line, pumping the waste high enough so that gravity can carry it safely into the sewer system and away from the home. They have:

  • A basin that collects the waste
  • An impeller that draws in the waste
  • A powerful motor that pumps the waste up to your sewer line

Signs You Need Sewage Ejector Pump Repair

A sewage ejector pump has a difficult job that leads to plenty of wear and tear. If it breaks down or fails, you need to call for plumbing repairs quickly to avoid unnecessary messes and health hazards.

Call our experts at Canady’s as soon as you notice any of the following signs that you need sewage ejector pump repairs:

  • The pump is sluggish or won’t turn on at all.
  • The pump buzzes or screeches but doesn’t pump.
  • The pump is cycling on and off too frequently.
  • You notice heavy sewer odors near the pump.
  • The fixtures that rely on the pump are clogged or backing up.

Call (912) 597-2458 to request sewage ejector pump repairs from our team at Canady’s. We also offer emergency plumbing repairs if you have an urgent problem with your ejector pump.

Sewage Ejector Pump Installation & Replacement in Beaufort County & Savannah

A sewage ejector pump will generally last about seven to 10 years, depending on how well it was maintained and the quality of the installation. Most of the time, failure is caused by:

  • A burnt-out motor
  • A broken propeller
  • Worn-out bearings
  • Power supply problems

Talk to our team at Canady’s when it’s time to install a new sewage ejector pump in your home. We offer complete sewage ejector pump replacement and new installations, including all components like the pump, pump basin, float switch, and more.

Schedule sewage ejector pump installation in Savannah or Beaufort by calling (912) 597-2458 today.

Choose Canady’s for Sewage Ejector Pump Services

Keep your sewer and drain lines working properly with sewage ejector pump services from Canady’s. We’ve provided over 35 years of plumbing service, so you can ensure we provide our customers with the best service possible.

We offer upfront pricing, free estimates on replacements, special offers, and convenient financing options to make the process as easy as possible. Plus, we offer additional discounts if you’re military personnel, a veteran, or a senior citizen.

Call (912) 597-2458 to schedule ejector pump services in Savannah, Hinesville, Beaufort, or Bluffton.

Ejector Pump FAQs

Do I need a sewage ejector pump?

A sewage ejector pump is generally needed anywhere that sewage must travel uphill to be disposed of. Your home will need an ejector pump if:

  • You have toilets, sinks, bathtubs, or floor drains below the main sewer line.
  • Your main sewer line is physically lower than the municipal sewer line.
What are the benefits of installing a sewage ejector pump?

A sewage ejector pump lets you add toilets, sinks, and other plumbing fixtures to areas that would be impossible otherwise. It can get rid of waste efficiently, pumping up to 200 gallons of wastewater a minute, and it warns you if there is a malfunction with the system, preventing sewer backups.

What's the difference between a sewage ejector pump and a sump pump?

A sump pump is designed to get rid of groundwater that seeps into a crawl space, and it pumps relatively clean or slightly silty water.

A sewage ejector pump, while similar to a sump pump, is designed strictly to pump wastewater and sewage, which requires a stronger pump.

Both use a basin to collect the water and a float switch to turn the pump on and off.

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