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How an Emergency Sump Pump Can Save Your Life

Spring is just around the corner! In fact, it’s only 40 days away. We all know that along with spring comes rainstorms. Some spring days seem like it might never stop raining. This constant rain will create a very real risk of your basement flooding.

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Prevent basement flooding with an emergency sump pump from Prestige Plumbing, LLC!


 Imagine this. You are coming home in the wee hours of the morning from a long vacation. You are exhausted from traveling a long way. You head downstairs to put your dirty laundry from the trip in the washer. You’re almost to the bottom of the stairs when you realize your basement is completely flooded. This is probably the last thing you want to happen. You were hoping to take care of the essentials and get some sleep. Now, you must call the electrician, plumber, and insurance. You’re sitting up making these calls for emergency services and hoping that someone is available to help.

Prestige Plumbing, LLC knows how to help you avoid this worst-case scenario. Let our team install an emergency sump pump to take over if necessary. This can be a lifesaver, especially when you are on vacation or even at work all day. You don’t want to come home from a long day at work to this same situation with the basement flooded. Thankfully, you don’t have to worry when you choose Prestige Plumbing, LLC.

We are also running a special deal for the month of February! Now until February 29th, save $25 on any performed service. You must mention that you saw this special deal to get the discount. You can print out the coupon by visiting our website, or you can show the coupon on our Facebook page.
For emergency sump pump installations and all other plumbing services, don’t hesitate to give Prestige Plumbing, LLC a call at 330-828-8888. Our team is happy to assist you! We guarantee a 24-hour response. Learn more about us at http://prestige.plumbing/.

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