The plumbing pros at The Comfort Group may not be able control the weather in the crazy Canadian climate, but we can certainly help you prepare for whatever it may bring.
You ask for sump pump solutions, and we deliver.
Like any equipment with moving parts, sump pumps will wear out over time and will need to be replaced.
There is no set timeline related to how often a sump pump should be replaced since it depends on how often the pump runs.
The average sump pump can last up to 10 years depending on how much it’s used!
The plumbing pros at The Comfort Group offer you solutions and rectify the problems quickly.
In your basement, you may have an ejector pump designed to pump sewage to an overhead sewer or septic field.
Whether you’re replacing your existing system or installing a new system, we carry a full line of products and can help you find the right solution for your specific needs.
If your primary sump pump fails, having a backup sump pump installed will ensure that your home doesn’t flood.
If the power should happen to go out during a big storm, a battery-powered water-supplied backup sump pump will keep working to protect your basement.
Municipalities often offer subsidies for replacing your sump pump. Speak with a The Comfort Group plumber or drain specialist for more details.
"An absolutely excellent experience with The Comfort Group from Parksville, BC. Very professional overall excellent experience with the installation of our new Lennox mini split heat pump system. The installation was on time as promised and with no surprises. All of the installers were very courteous, friendly, knowledgeable and clearly all were very experienced with their work. I can absolutely recommend The Comfort Group for sales and installation."
"This company installed a heat pump and modified my oil furnace as secondary heat after I had been told by another well known company that the furnace could not be modified as it was too old, at ten years! I was impressed with the tidy and speedy installation .We have been delighted with the Heat-pump and especially the running costs. Over the last two years of operation we have averaged $2.51 a day for heating/cooling our 2000 sq.ft. home 24/7."