The Superior Pump91250 ¼ HP Thermoplastic Submersible Utility Pump
is a great little pump to have ready in emergencies, like broken water pipes, heavy rainstorms, or other reasons you might have a leak in your yard or basement.
I’ve been a plumbing contractor for more than 20 years. I’m picky about which pump I’ll use in my house. The Superior Pump 91250 ¼ HP Thermoplastic Submersible Utility Pump is UL listed, has a completely waterproof electrical cord , and pumps water very quickly out of a basement, pool, or Koi pond.
The Little Giant 5-MSP Submersible Utility Pump
is a standby for me both in my business as a plumbing contractor and at home. This little workhorse of a utility sump pump
will take care of almost any job quietly, quickly, and efficiently.
There is a removable inlet screen that makes the pump easy to keep clean- great for when I’m training a new apprentice! The sealed oil unit means I never have to replace the oil. I also like the 25 foot power cord, because it makes it much easier to use without using an extension cord.
The Wayne Water Systems VIP 50 ½ HP 2,500 GPH Submersible Water Pump
is an excellent purchase. I have been an independent plumbing contractor for 20 years. Last year, I had to replace my old sump pump because the motor burned out. I purchased the Wayne Water Systems
pump because this brand has always given me good service. It worked right out of the box, and that was a good thing.
I’ve owned the M-53 ZOELLER Mighty Mate Sump Pump for a good 10 or 11 years now. The area I live in is quite prone to floods – even if it’s not a major one – at least a couple of times per year. Needless to say my basement was receiving the brunt of the damage and it wasn’t quite the indoor swimming pool I’ve always dreamed of! Now, I actually wanted my basement to be a somewhat usable area so I knew that I needed a submersible sump pump as opposed to a pedestal one. After some extensive research, I settled on the ZOELLER M-53. Most professionals choose to install a Zoeller into their client’s homes so I figured they must know something.
I was in a pretty desperate situation a year or so back and was frantically looking for a good pump. My basement had flooded significantly and I needed something a lot more substantial than mops and buckets! I came across the Simer 2305 Geyser II 1/4 HP Submersible Utility Pump
online and I have to admit, was a little weary due to the low price. The last thing I wanted was to spend money on a product that wasn’t going to help my situation, or even make it worse.