Sewer Backflow Prevention
When street sewers reach capacity, they can backflow into your home through your floor drains, causing contamination and posing a serious health threat. Bacteria, viruses and other germs found in sewage can cause disease, gastrointestinal distress, skin rashes and infections. Safeguard your health and prevent this dangerous problem by installing a sewer backup system from Waterproofing Medics. Easy to maintain, our systems feature a unique, clear, polycarbonate cover that enables you to keep an eye on the system. And should the valve become clogged or obstructed a quick look will reveal the problem. Most traditional backflow prevention devices are encased in hardened steel and require a plumber to periodically check and maintain the device, and the maintenance or check up isn’t free. There’s a reason plumbers don’t want you to know about this device. Once this device is installed, there’s no need to keep calling the plumber back for scheduled maintenance calls, and because our sewer backflow prevention device doesn’t require electricity to operate, there’s no need to worry if your basement is protected during a power outage.
If you like what you’ve read so far, why not request your free estimate now… Click here to be taken to our online estimate request page. We’ll also be sure to bring along a working backflow valve so you can see in person, exactly how our sewer prevention device works!
Choose from two sewer backup systems: Super Saver Backflow Economy or Sewer Backup Plus.
Prevent sewage backflow with Super Saver Backflow Economy
Sewer Backflow Valve
To prevent sewage seepage, this system uses a back-flow valve. The valve utilizes a gate-like device that keeps water and other hazardous materials from backing up into your home.
- 7-year warranty on valve
- Requires no power to operate
- Installs in 1 day
Protect your basement with Sewer Backup Plus
Sewer Backflow Overhead Conversion
For overhead conversion, this system diverts sewage from plumbing fixtures on your first and higher floors to a new sewer line that runs above your basement floor, typically along the basement ceiling overhead. A sump installed under the basement floor intercepts sewage flowing from basement fixtures and the basement floor drain. An ejector pump in the sump pushes sewage up above the flood level, where it can then drain with the help of gravity into the sewer service line. Gravity-driven plumbing fixtures on your first floor continue to drain into the service line.
- Can use toilets and sinks during installation
- Requires maintenance only twice a year
- Includes basin to collect sewage
- No need for weekly checking
- Portion of cost may be covered by insurance or qualify toward annual deductible
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