Ejector Pump Installation - Chicago Suburbs

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If you've ever experienced sewage that backs up or just won't flush, you already know how much frustration and property damage it can cause. Even a small amount of sewage leaking into your home can cause thousands of dollars in damage, not to mention hazardous mold and mildew growth.

Nearly all homes rely on gravity to discharge waste, but when that doesn't provide enough force, an ejector pump is generally considered to be the best safeguard against backup. At Addison Plumber, we offer professional ejector pump installations, maintenance and repairs, so you can rest assured that an experienced member of our staff will be on the job.

To evaluate if your home needs an ejector pump or not, we need to look at your house’s foundation. A quick check you can do on your own is to see if you have a bathroom that is built lower that the height of the sewer line. If so, then you would benefit from a ejector pump. An ejector pump's job is to lift the waste from the basement bathroom out of the house and into the sewer line or the septic tank. Addison Plumber's expert technicians can quickly install one of these in your home.

Our experience and relationships with manufacturers allow us to offer unbeatable prices on a vast selection of ejector pumps. Call Addison Plumber and get back to clean and comfortable.

These are the most popular ejector pumps that we typically install in the Chicago suburban residential homes:

Good Pump

Standard Ejector

  • For most average size homes
  • Great for normal basements
  • Requires minimal installation
  • Great value for the price
  • Five year full warranty
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Better Pump

Hi-End Residential

  • Best for larger sized buildings
  • Suited for sloped foundations
  • 30% more power than standard
  • Larger internal mechanism
  • Ten year full warranty
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Best Pump

Industrial Grade

  • The best pump money can buy
  • Large home commercial duty
  • Perfect for large bathrooms
  • Worry-free maintenance
  • Lifetime industry-leading warranty
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Family owned and operated Chicago business

As a family owned and operated business, Addison Plumber has been serving the Chicago suburban community for over 20 years. We have a solid reputation for superior plumbing services and aggressively competitive pricing. All of our licensed plumbers live in the area, and many grew up in the same neighborhoods they now service. Stand being every job we do because we are committed to our community. If for some reason, you are not totally satisfied with our plumbing service, we'll make it right. That's our promise to you.

Call us today at 630-395-7900 to schedule a services call or estimate on the perfect ejector pump for your home.


Ejector Sewage Pumps Installed in the Chicago Area

We work with many ejector pump manufacturers and are familiar with all the top brands on the market, such as: Hydromagnetic, Blue Angel, Zoeller, and Proflow. We can access your needs and recommend a specific pump that will exceed your needs for years to come. Call Addison Plumber today, and there's a good chance we have the ejector pump you need in stock. We service the West, Northwest and Southwest suburbs, including Chicago. Call us today for a free consultation.


We recommend replacing ejector pumps every 10 years

An ejector pump is very similar to a typical basement sump pump, but it's internal mechanisms are designed to handle solid sewer wastes. Ejector pumps are only required if a home has plumbing (toilets, showers, tubs) on a lower level than the main sewer pipe. Standard ejector pumps are completely submerged in water have a typical life span of about 10 years. Many home owners throughout the suburbs religiously replace that before their 10-year life span is about to end, especially if they have a finished basement. This ensures no sewage will back up and spill into the living area. We install ejector pumps throughout the Chicago suburbs whenever there is sewage waste that requires pumping into a higher level main sewer line.