Cast Iron Zoeller
Sump pump technology has advanced considerably over the years, and yet old or outdated sump pump designs are still being used. There are plastic pumps that overheat quickly and others that clog more often than they pump.
Old models like this muddle the industry and leave you with a poor selection wherever you may go. Not so with Regional Foundation & Crawl Space Repair. We are proud to use cast-iron Zoeller® sump pumps, the highest quality sump pumps in the industry.
Why We Stand By Zoeller® Sump Pumps
With our full-time Research & Development department, we’ve tested sump pumps of all shapes and sizes. With over 20 years of experience, it has become clear to us that Zoeller® provides the best sump pump in the industry.
Powerful Pumping Ability
We install the powerful Zoeller® M53 and M98 models, capable of pumping up to 2,220 and 3,900 gallons of water per hour at an 8’ head, respectively. That’s a small swimming pool’s worth of water in just a few hours.
Zoeller® Sump Pumps are designed with cast-iron, allowing them to easily transfer heat from the engine casing to the water outside. Because of this natural ability to cool, you won’t ever have to worry about your Zoeller® Sump Pump overheating like plastic competitors.
Reliable Float Switch
The float switch is one of the most common vulnerabilities of a sump pump system. If it jams or gets stuck in the “on” or “off” position, it won’t be long before the sump pump fails or burns out.
Zoeller® Sump Pumps offer a locked-in sump pump arm that isn’t free-floating. Also, the float switch on Zoeller® Sump Pumps won’t ever fill with water. With the mounted design, the float switch won’t wander or jam.
Clog-Resistant Pump Intake
Zoeller® Sump Pumps feature a no-screen design to prevent clogging. With a strong impeller, solids up to ½” can be handled easily. When installed in a sump pit on a stand, Zoeller® Sump Pumps are effectively kept away from silt and sediment.
Reputable and Built to Last
Zoeller® is the oldest and largest independently owned sump pump manufacturer in the United States, dating back to 1939. Their success comes from using high-quality designs and stainless steel components that won’t corrode, rot, or rust.