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The History of Sump Pumps Part 3

Fura International is glad to see you return to our History of the Sump Pump blog series. If you’re only just joining us now, feel free to check out the predecessors here and here. After servicing the public with quality submersible pumps for years, we’ve proudly earned our Top Rated Local® Ecommerce badge. So, we believe it’s our duty to inform you about the product you’re about to purchase, hence our comprehensive blog about flood waters, sump pump issues, knowing when to replace your submersible pump components and more about our industry. Be sure to check out our future blogs for more information. If you’re in need of a basin, motor, or submersible pump, be sure to check out our...

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The History of the Sump Pump Part 2

Welcome back to Fura International’s blog! We’re delighted to discuss the mechanics of your new submersible pump or self-priming pumps. If you have any questions about our products, such as our best submersible pumps, basins, or motors please feel free to contact us! This time, our article is going to discuss the notable historical events that led to the discovery and implementation of the sump pump into most homes. As previously mentioned, it’s a legal requirement in some states for your home to have a submersible pump. It’s a major home utility that protects the foundation of your house from dangerous water runoff that can cost thousands to repair and, of course, your submersible pump protects from undue flood damage...

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The History Of the Sump Pump

Believe it or not, the sump pump has been a common household amenity since 1946. It’s used for the water that flows from your waterproofing drains and guards your home's foundation against retaining damage from surplus groundwater. It can even assist with keeping your house safe from flood forming storms and amassed moisture rendering it extremely important for places like Florida and other floodplains. In fact, the money you spend on your sump pump is considerably less than the money you’d spend repairing your home afterward. You can check out more information about how a sump pump can save you money on your house in some of our previous blogs. In some states, it’s actually legally enforced that a house...

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Common Sump Pump Issues

Sump pumps, one of our best selling items, need pretty regular maintenance. In our eyes, since your loyal and trusty sump pump takes care of your home and property and saves you money annually in avoided flood repairs, you can cut it some slack on some of its possible issues. How They Work Just as a recap, and to ensure we all have an understanding of how these nifty mechanisms work, we’ll go over the anatomy and function of the sump pump once more. There will be a hole put into the lowest part of your basement or the crawlspace. Your sump pump will be placed here to filter out water. As this hole where your pump resides fills up,...

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The Sump and The Sewage, a Guide to Pumps

This may come as a bit of a shock, but there’s actually a couple types of pumps your home is equipped with. As in all things to do with home maintenance you’re going to have to be educated on the different kinds of upkeep options for each one of your pumps. Since we sell sump pumps and sewage pumps, here at Fura International, we realize it’s probably our duty to educate you about some of the equipment we offer.   The Basics You’re going to find the location for either of these systems down in your basement. As you’ve probably gathered, these are both indoor septic tank systems. They both contain a holding tank, and you’ll find that holding tank around...

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