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Pump Plumbers in Cartersville

Licensed & Insured in Alpharetta, Woodstock & Metro Atlanta

Whether you need help installing a pump for your home or need assistance with fixing one that is broken, A-Total Plumbing is here for you. We have been in the business for more than 15 years and serve residents of Cartersville, Woodstock, Alpharetta, and Metro Atlanta.

Why You Should Choose A-Total Plumbing:
  • We are bonded, licensed, and insured
  • We are available 24/7 for emergency calls
  • We work to be responsive and get jobs done fast
  • We offer monthly service specials
  • We are experienced professionals

Call A-Total Plumbing today at (678) 257-7288 to schedule a sump pump service.


Available for Sump Pump Installation, Repair & Maintenance

One of the most common pumps we work on is called a sump pump. These pumps are installed below ground level to collect and discard groundwater near a basement. Without a sump pump, The sub-level of your home is at risk of serious flooding and water damage. Rain and natural moisture can collect near the walls of your lower level, eventually seeping through and ruining your carpet, furniture, or property.

An effective sump pump is connected to a network of drains, which gather water from a variety of areas on your property. The pump is triggered by a float-switch, which means it only turns on when water in the tank has reached a certain level. At this point, the pump propels water out through pipes to the nearest dry well, pond, or storm drain. Most newer homes in Atlanta are already outfitted with a sump pump.

Unfortunately, some pumps will break and may need replacement. The life of a sump pump generally depends on the number of times it is used over the course of a year. Pumps that are constantly running due to downpours or flooding will give out quicker than those in drier areas.

Call (678) 257-7288 for Help with Your Sewage Ejector Pump

If you have plumbing fixtures located below the main grade of a sewer or septic line, then you probably have a sewage ejector pump in your home. Normally, laundry units, bathrooms, or kitchens on the basement level of a home are connected to this appliance. Waste water from these fixtures drains to a basin, typically installed below the ground. Once this basin is filled with approximately 30 gallons of water, it triggers a float switch which starts the pump. The pump moves the sewage upwards, connecting it with the drainage pipes that are linked to your city sewer system.


Whether you need assistance with a sump pump or sewage ejector pump, A-Total Plumbing does it all. Call us 24/7 at (678) 257-7288.


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