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Thread: Basement Systems Inc. Triple Safe Sump Pump

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    Default Basement Systems Inc. Triple Safe Sump Pump

    Has anyone heard of this company? Apparently they are one of the largest basement waterproofing companies in the U.S.A. Their triple safe system includes two zoeller pumps in the pit and a battery backup (120amp) 7 hours run time on a full battery. It will accomodate 2 batteries.

    http://www.basementsystems.com/sump-...riplesafe.html

    Any thoughts?

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    No I have not heard of them. Please Please tell us more and post some other links so that we can all go there and buy stuff.


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    It's not spam- I'm inquiring about this company.

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    Well, ok then. The two Zoeller Pumps are both very good pumps. You can probably purchase both of them and a tank for a whole lot less than basement systems.com is going to charge

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    Before you buy anything go to Dean Bennet supply and Ira Woods Co. and search all their Zoeller systems.

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    I would definitely check out other web sites as ballvalve suggested. Also, what is size of the pit? It looks very small, may not be able to pump alot of volume with each cycle. The principle is good, but I would be looking at upsizing the crock/pit. Will be awful crowded in that pit by the way the illustration looks.

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    Thx for the input- I agree the pit looks awfully small.

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    dont forget the gravel bed around the house is your real sump and should feed into the pump as it works.

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