Sump Pump Services in Green Bay & De Pere, WI
Chances are you don’t give your sump pump much thought – until something goes wrong. But is it worth the risk of a flooded basement to ignore this vital system? If you don’t currently have a sump pump or it’s been a long time since your current sump pump has been serviced, be sure to contact Hockers Plumbing today. Our friendly Green Bay plumbers can inspect your pump and provide the necessary repairs or maintenance to ensure your home is protected during a heavy rain.
Why Choose Hockers Plumbing, LLC?
- We’re a trusted family-owned & operated local plumbing company
- We hire only certified, experienced, drug-free & background-tested technicians
- We’ve been in business for over 40 years and are A+ Rated by the BBB
To schedule your next sump pump service, please give us a call at (920) 336-7035 or schedule online right now!
When you call Hockers Plumbing, Inc. you can rest assured the job will be done right the first time. We stand behind every job completed by our plumbing technicians and offer you a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee on every job to make sure you are fully satisfied with our work before we leave your home.
Avoid Basement Flooding with Sump Pump Installation & Repair
A dead sump pump during a heavy rain can cause extensive structural damage. Hockers Plumbing has a Water Back up and Battery Backup options that are new proprietary systems guaranteed to keep your basement from flooding – even during a power outage. If you’re worried about an oncoming storm or aging pipes in your home, don’t wait for disaster to strike. Call us today and we’ll test and inspect your sump pump and piping to prepare your home for any risk of flooding. We offer full repiping and sump pump installation services.
Hockers Plumbing is committed to your complete satisfaction, which is why we couple our caring customer service with top-quality workmanship. We provide our customers with reliable sump pump systems from trusted brands so that they don’t need to worry whether their pump will work on a wet day.
For any water system that may be unused during the winter, you can use compressed air to force the remaining water out to avoid any problems once the freezing temperatures set in. If you have a summer home that will be unoccupied during the winter months, be sure to drain the water tank and all water pipes, including those coming from the toilets. Once you've emptied the pipes, pour antifreeze in them and you will have just avoided the major risk of frozen pipes. Also be sure to disconnect all hoses, because any water remaining in them will freeze.