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Battery Backup System

To best protect your home, and avoid a potentially damaging flood situation, major insurance companies suggest homeowners install battery backup sump pump systems in case of pump or power failure. In fact it just makes good sense to have a backup sump pump system regardless of what insurance companies think; you’re the one that will be inconvenienced if anything happens.

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To best protect your home, and avoid a potentially damaging flood situation, major insurance companies suggest homeowners install battery backup sump pump systems in case of pump or power failure. In fact it just makes good sense to have a backup sump pump system regardless of what insurance companies think; you’re the one that will be inconvenienced if anything happens.

Prevent Basement Flooding

Basement flooding is generally caused by factors outside the homeowners’ control which include, but are not limited to, power failure, sump pump failure or a frozen discharge pipe. Often times, this failure can happen when it is least convenient, including over the holidays or when you are away from home. Even worse, many homeowner’s insurance policies have limited wet basement coverage in cases of pump failure.

The Problem

A Wet Basement Awaits ...

Sump Pump Problems

Your sump pump should be checked regularly to make sure it is operating properly. We suggest once or twice a year, before the spring or fall rains. This way you’ll have peace of mind when heavy weather moves in. This is especially important if you’re away from home on vacation or at the lake. Sump pump maintenance now can save you a world of headaches later.

You may want to consider installing a backup sump pump for those rare occasions when the flow of water from a torrential downpour stresses your main pump beyond its capacity. For this reason Standard Water offers a state of the art battery backup system.

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The Solution

Battery Backup System Protects

When The Primary Pump Fails

Standard Water Control has installed battery backup sump pump systems that have protected homeowners in Minnesota and western Wisconsin for over 40 years. Our installation process is quick, clean and efficient – and doesn’t start until after we provide you with a complimentary quote and consultation.

When combined with Standard Water’s Dual Seamless Discharge system you achieve real peace of mind. Our Seamless Discharge System is a one-piece pipe that extends from the sump basket to the outside of your home in one continuous run. There are no seams that might break and, in the case of freezing, the pipe expands instead of cracking.

The Dual Discharge system provides a second pipe for the backup pump system to ensure a dry basement even if you experience primary pump failure, one of those once-every-hundred-years storms or a frozen discharge pipe.

This means that after installation, you will have a battery backup pump solution combined with our Dual Discharge System providing security and peace of mind for your family for years to come.

The Installation

Battery Backup Ensures Pump Failures Don’t Become Disasters

During installation, we will train you on how to use your new battery back up sump pump system, walking you through the user friendly controls that pinpoint solutions for regular maintenance, and showing you how to determine the percentage of battery power available.

The system we install can pump continuously for 7 and a half hours on a single charge, and will re-charge itself when the power comes back on. You can expect the battery within this system will remain viable for 5 to 7 years.

Keep Your Sump Pump Pumping With Battery Backup

Losing power or having frozen discharge pipes will cause your sump pump to fail and could result in basement flooding.

Our custom branded Battery Backup System,, described below will keep your basement dry, and help you avoid a wet basement, in the result of a power loss or frozen discharge pipes.

Standard Water Control Battery Back Up System: Provides a secondary pump that can run for up to 7.5 continuous hours on a single battery charge, or intermittently for days. The user friendly system is self-monitoring and can pump up to 2,400 gallons per hour at a 10 foot head.

Standard Water Control puts in a second seamless Discharge pipe as part of every installation doubling your pumping capacity and reducing the risk that a single, frozen discharge pipe will cause you a major problem.
Standard Water Control recommends this battery backup pump system for basement waterproofing in Minnesota and western Wisconsin.

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