Need a new sewer ejector pump or to replace an existing one? Most people do not think about their sewer systems all that much – until something goes wrong. The fact is, you shouldn’t have to think about your sewer systems at all and that’s where an ejector pump can help. Sewer ejector pumps work to pump sewage uphill to reach the main destination. Once the pump senses flow, it will propel the waste towards the municipal sewer system or your septic system.
The point is to ensure you never have to worry about build-ups and clogged sewer pipes ever again. Al Terry Plumbing, Heating & AC and the team have years of experience repairing and installing sewer ejector pumps, so you never have to worry about your sewerage again. Wouldn’t that be nice?
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