Expert Sewer Treatment Lift Station Installation in Schererville, IN

Sewer Treatment Northwest, IN

Lift Stations South Cook County, IL

plumbing lift station & residential sewer lift station

Lift stations are used for pumping wastewater and sewage when the terrain makes it impossible to use gravity. Pump stations take the wastes and pump them from a lower elevation to a high elevation to prevent backflow. Sometimes, these types of sewage pumps are more cost-efficient and long-lasting than their counterparts. By using a steel lift station, these lift pumps can last up to twice the amount of your average pump. Reichelt Plumbing is an expert at installing these lift stations and can ensure that their maintenance is kept.

Call the Reichelt Plumbing team today at (219) 322-4906 to schedule lift station installation service in Northwest Indiana & South Cook County In Illinois!

What electrical service is required for the pumps in a lift station?

When you are looking to install a lift station, you may be researching what type of electrical service is required to keep the station running. For residential use, a lift station will require 230 volt, 1ph. If you were looking at purchasing a lift station for larger commercial applications, 460 volt, 3ph. would be required. However, many lift stations can be built to be in compliance with a variety of phase and voltage. The key is hiring a licensed plumber who has specific experience with lift stations who can help match you with the right lift station.

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“I needed the sewer rodded in my front yard because it was backed up. Within an hour, Sam showed up. He was professional, explained everything very well and did an awesome job. We've had this problem in the past and Sam was basically cleaning up what they left behind (A huge ball of roots). This was the first time we weren't left with an uneasy feeling about whether the job was really done right or not. We will definitely be using them for future plumbing services.”
- Rocio C.
To speak with one of our Indiana plumbers, contact us today: (219) 322-4906 .

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