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Spring Thaw Special!

SAVE 10%* ON REPLACEMENT OF A SUMP PUMP OR ONE HOSE BIB (OUTSIDE FAUCET) SAVE 15%* ON THE REPLACEMENT OF BOTH YOUR SUMP PUMP AND/OR MULTIPLE OUTSIDE FAUCETS Why should you consider a new sump pump? This time of year a sump pump is likely to receive a good workout

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Is Your Sump Pump Ready for Heavy Rain?

They say April showers bring May flowers, but in Harford County, there’s a good possibility strong showers could continue into May. That means if your sump pump isn’t prepared to take on extra rain, you could be dealing with nasty damage to your basement and any belongings you have down

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Spring Rain is Coming. Can Your Sump Pump Handle It?

According to Punxsutawney Phil, spring is just around the corner. That means all the showers that bring pretty flowers will result in flooded basements in Frederick County if your sump pumps aren’t working. To make sure your basement stays dry, let’s review some important sump pump information. When should I

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Will Your Sump Pump Work this Spring?

As we bid February goodbye, we’d love to think we’re nearing the end of winter in Middletown. If so, spring is just around the corner, and that means lots and lots of rain — which means your sump pump needs to be in working order. We love it when you

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April Showers Bring Flooded Basements

Spring rains are doing their job to make Frederick County lawns beautiful, but they can do a lot of damage to your basement if your sump pump isn’t working. Before you find your belongings under water, here’s how to know if your sump pump is working correctly, and what to

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How to Keep Melting Snow from Flooding Your Basement

Just as the weather folks predicted, we got a lot of snow in Maryland. Winter Storm Jonas packed a punch in Frederick County and the snow looked pretty as it fell, but now that it’s piled up in our yards and will soon melt, it’s time to think about something not so pretty:

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Happy New Year! What to Expect in 2016

As we head out of 2015 and into the New Year, we’re reflecting on how lucky we are to have faithful customers like you throughout Frederick County who brought us business this past year. As much as we love your business, the best way to show our appreciation is to tell

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