Master Plumber in Atlanta Georgia

Project Profile: Lift Station Maintenance & Repair Services

We recently repaired our client’s lift station when they had a problem with the system. After a recent power outage, an electrical surge tripped the breaker, and the lift station stopped working. After a complete inspection, we quickly restored the power supply to the lift station pump system control panel. We ensured the entire lift station was in perfect working order, and our customer was happy and relieved!

Our customer was more than thrilled when we were able to schedule and complete the lift station repair in a short amount of time. Not only did they get an excellent price on our services, but it also meant that their pump station problems were no longer an issue.

A lift station is part of the waste disposal process that keeps wastewater and sewage moving throughout your plumbing system. It is used to pump wastewater or sewage up from a low level to a higher level when the incline of a property doesn’t allow for a natural flow. The pumps vary in strength but are specifically designed to move the waste through the pipes. The wastewater travels through the piping system and is forced up by either an electric or gas-powered pump. When wastewater is in the lift station, it enters a wet well. The lift station then pushes the wastewater to either a septic tank or sewer system for proper treatment.

A lift station is part of the waste disposal process that keeps wastewater and sewage moving throughout your plumbing system. It is used to pump wastewater or sewage up from a low level to a higher level when the incline of a property doesn’t allow for a natural flow. The pumps vary in strength but are specifically designed to move the waste through the pipes. The wastewater travels through the piping system and is forced up by either an electric or gas-powered pump. When wastewater is in the lift station, it enters a wet well. The lift station then pushes the wastewater to either a septic tank or sewer system for proper treatment.

With the many aspects of a lift system, problems can arise. The most common issues with lift stations are backpressure and power loss. Backpressure can occur when too much wastewater or sewage is in one area. When this happens, the wastewater will back up and enter the residence and come out of faucets, toilets, or showers. If there’s a power outage, the lift station will stop working. Wastewater and sewage can also back up into your home.

The pumps, electronic controls, and system are all in a wet environment, so lift stations require regular maintenance to avoid messy emergencies and costly repairs. Proper care includes pumping out and cleaning wet wells, inspecting the pumps, valves, and electrical equipment, and cleaning the floats to assure peak performance.

If you notice a backup, power loss, or strong odors around your lift station, make sure you contact the professionals at Water Savers Atlanta-the only name you need for all your lift station maintenance and repair needs. Our dedicated staff and highly skilled technicians offer our customers an unmatched level of service and superior customer service. 

Water Savers Atlanta is the premier Lift Station Maintenance and Repair Services provider for residential and commercial properties in the Atlanta area. Our experienced team provides prompt and reliable plumbing services. Our technicians are available 24 hours per day to answer your questions about Water Savers Atlanta’s lift station maintenance or repair services. Call today at (678) 944-9195 or visit our website, watersaversatlanta.com, for more information.