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How Does the Right Pump Get Selected for Water Removal in Miramar Beach?

7/27/2020 (Permalink)

Water damager after flooding in house with furniture floating Choosing the right submersible pump can make a considerable difference and the efficiency of extraction and water removal for your home.

Dozens of extractors can get used in your water-damaged Miramar Beach home after a disaster, and we work quickly to determine the best option.

There are many considerations in choosing or installing the correct pump for your Miramar Beach residence after a water or flood loss. Understanding the needs of the property and the current damage conditions allows our technicians to respond to the emergency by choosing the appropriate water removal equipment. Pumps play a vital role in the extraction of standing water, which can ultimately be a damaging situation For your structure.

Regarding water removal for Miramar Beach homes and condos, there are multiple choices that we can make. For situations where solids or debris might be present, trash pumps with a higher gallon per minute rating might be best. The length of hose needed to reach the appropriate drain point is also a consideration that must get made because often, the most powerful of our units can have the shortest discharge lines. Clean water conditions often benefit from the application of electric submersible pumps.

Are Electric Submersible Pumps the Best?

In situations where standing water exceeds two inches in depth, we can use submersible pumps to remove this threat. There are multiple advantages to choosing electric submersible pumps, but these machines' versatility is often their most significant benefit. With several models and types of electric pumps in our inventory, the range of available power and productivity makes these machines among the most heavily used and water restoration efforts. Electric pumps can:

    •    Range from ¾ to 4" hose
    •    Move 100 - 18,000 gallons of water per hour based on size
    •    Operate on 115-volt power supply
    •    Provide continuous operation

Choosing the right submersible pump can make a considerable difference and the efficiency of extraction and water removal for your home. You can trust in the response and industry-leading equipment of our SERVPRO of N. Okaloosa, Walton, Holmes & Washington Counties team. Give us a call today at (850) 267-0746.

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