Sump & Ejector Pumps
Proudly serving the areas of Charleston, Dorchester and Berkeley counties.
Outside of plumbers and home waterproofing experts, not many people can explain the difference between a sump pump and an ejector pump. While they both look very similar and are vital to home water management, they both go about it very differently. Sump pumps gather ground water from drain tiles and hold the water until the pumps begin to push the water from your home. Whereas ejector pumps rely on floor drains to gather any excess water that has accumulated then expel it from your home.
Now you can probably understand why it’s a good idea to turn to the experts to ensure you have the right system in mind for your home. Smoak’s Comfort Control is here to help you decide on the right system, install it in your home, and maintain it over time. Contact us today so we can begin to assist you in waterproofing your home or simply answer any questions you may have.