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    "Sergiy and his crew are great! I am remodeling my kitchen and they completed a handful of projects for me. They care about their work quality and are very professional. Sergiy was transparent with what work was being done and the associated costs. I would highly recommend Sergiy and his team!"

    Grant H. in April 2024

    Matthews, NC·

    backflow test, plumbing, backflow install and repair , and 1 more

    "Outdoor spigot replacement. Received a good and reasonable quote got the right parts and made installation a breeze. Very happy and would recommend"

    Eileen D. in July 2024


    Electrical, Plumbing

    "I had a great experience with Peak Power. Easy to set up appointment. They were on time, and efficient. I had random to do list in our new home we just moved into. Most excited about my new light fixtures and ring security set up ! Thanks !"

    Lindsey H. in May 2024

    Dry Pro Foundation & Crawlspace Specialists Logo
    Belmont, NC·

    Foundations Repair, Basement Waterproofing, CrawlSpace Waterproofing

    "Excellent! Addressed my issues :-) I had numerous cracked walls, doors not closing, and a hollow sound when walking around the house - numerous problems in the crawlspace and foundation. Justin T, Joel S and Travis M came in from Dry Pro - clearly described what and how they were going to tackle the problems, confirmed with me my concerns, and then they knocked it out of the park. Oddly....I feel 20lbs lighter walking around because I no longer hear the thuds, crackles and creeks echoing when I walk across the room - and its great we can now close the bedroom doors. My experience is the same as several neighbors who had similar issues - very pleased with the results."

    Antonio F. in October 2022

    Checkered Flag Plumbing Company, LLC Logo
    Denver, NC·

    Plumbing Services

    "James did a great job. He walked me through the procedure of trouble shooting and answered all my questions. He let me know that they dont work on commission which reassured me they were the right company to choose and explained preventative ways for the future."

    Mike F. in December 2016

    Safari Septic, LLC Logo
    Mooresville, NC·

    pump & panel installations, septic system repairs, unclogging lines, routine septic pumping, emergency pumping.

    "I would highly recommend Clearwater septic and pumping. Mark and his team were very efficient and thorough. Mark was able to quote me an accurate estimate on the spot. The team kept in constant communication with me during the job and cleaned up nicely when they were done."

    Shri D. in September 2019

    Zoom Drain Charlotte, LLC Logo
    Charlotte, NC·

    Drain Cleaning, Sewer Lines Repair or Complete Replacement, Drain Repairs , and 2 more

    "Quick and Affordable! Will use again."

    Valerie J. in December 2019

    Premier Waterproofers Logo
    Charlotte, NC·

    Outside Drainage, Foundation/Basement Waterproofing, Crawlspace , and 2 more

    "Chris is very friendly and very fast to send reasonable quotes and explain each and every detail. Eduardo is the installation master and did an awesome job on Crawl space waterproofing and basement. I highly recommend this company for your basement waterproofing."

    Balu K. in October 2021

    Charlotte, NC·


    "Zo did a plumbing service in my house. Professional and punctual. I highly recommend."

    Vala B. in June 2024

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How much do sump pump installers typically cost?

  • Charlotte, North Carolina Average
  • Typical Range
    $1,280 - $2,252
  • Low End - High End
    $600 - $4,800

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      • Project Location: Charlotte, NC
        Date: 01/21/24
        Need for Sump Pump: Basement floods
        Electric power nearby?: Yes
        Comment: House was built in 1962, and is kind of crazy. Crawlspace entrance is below ground level and vapor barrier is mostly deteriorated. We purchased the home in December of 2022 with hopes of slowly updating, but the crawlspace flooded and fried the furnace. We need a way to protect the new furnace we are going to have installed and help prevent extra moisture from accumulating under the house as well.
      • Project Location: Charlotte, NC
        Date: 01/13/24
        Need for Sump Pump: Basement floods
        Electric power nearby?: Yes
        Comment: We have a sump pump in the crawl space which is connected to a French drain to remove water in the crawl space. It seams to not be working properly or not working at all. We would also like to have a battery backup connected to the sump pump in case of a power outage. The crawl space will flood during heavy rain storms without the sump pump. It is important to have a dry crawl space because the HVAC unit is in the crawl space.
      • Project Location: Charlotte, NC
        Date: 01/10/24
        Need for Sump Pump: Preventative maintenance
        Comment: Customer did not provide additional comments. Please contact the customer to discuss the details of this project.
      • Project Location: Charlotte, NC
        Date: 01/10/24
        Need for Sump Pump: Other
        Electric power nearby?: Yes
        Comment: We have a very odd and frustrating problem in our crawlspace, where our furnace is located. Since the condensate pump for the furnace has to sit a regulation distance below the unit, it is carved a foot or so into the dirt right at the foot of the furnace. As is typical, it signals the furnace to stop operating if water in the tank crosses a shut-off threshold. Our problem is that when it rains heavily and the ground around our property swells with water, groundwater seeps through the dirt floor of the crawlspace into the carved-out pit containing our condensate pump. When that water manages to climb high enough up the pump's exterior, a built-in safety mechanism breaks the GFI powering the pump, which turns off the pump, which means the furnace eventually stops as well once water in the pump tank crosses the shut-off threshold. In order to restore our HVAC, I have to go under the house with a bucket and cup and bail water out of the pit. If the pump was submerged, I also have to allow it time to try before re-closing the GFI and thus can't just turn the pump back on. That means using a syringe to suck water continually out of the condensate pump tank so that it stays below the shut-off point, so that the furnace can run. This vulnerability has been a thorn in our side for two years now, and the company who installed our furnace claims they cannot do anything to help us given the regulation requiring that condensate pumps sit a certain distance below the furnace. They did, however, recommend we seek help from a crawlspace company on a custom solution. In short, they suggested we replace our condensate pump and earthen pit with a sump pump pit, for easy and automatic evacuation of any water in the area, whether condensation from the furnace or groundwater during heavy rain. Whether this or some other solution, I am dying to put this nagging problem behind us and stop worrying that we'll lose climate control when it rains hard.
      • Project Location: Charlotte, NC
        Date: 01/08/24
        Need for Sump Pump: Basement floods
        Electric power nearby?: Yes
        Comment: Old pump burned out

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