Strength You Can Count On.
Not all sump pump systems are created equal! With hundreds of sump pumps available, we stand by the quality and reliability of Pro Series Sump Pump Systems.
Sump pumps have come a long way in recent years, and they are better and more reliable than ever.
However, old habits die hard, and there are still many old and outdated sump pump designs on the marketplace. Plastic sump pumps can easily overheat, and even a simple design choice such as a screen on the pump intake can mean the difference between a clogged system and one that you can count on for years to come.
At Foundation Systems of Michigan, we're proud to provide only the highest-quality cast-iron/cast-aluminum Pro Series sump pumps to our customers.
We offer free Pro Series Sump Pump Systems estimates in the Michigan area, including Ann Arbor, Saginaw, Traverse City, Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo, Lansing, Muskegon, Jackson, Troy, Southfield, Livonia, Midland and nearby. Every estimate includes an on-site inspection and a written quote. Contact us by phone or online today to get started!
We stand behind Pro Series Pumps after our team researched, tested and examined sump pump models of all types. Pro Series Pumps create industrial grade, quality sump pumps designed for residential use.
At Foundation Systems of Michigan, we also believe Pro Series Sump Pumps are the best way to keep your basement dry all the time.
At Foundation Systems of Michigan, we install two powerful 1/3 HP PHCC ST Series Sump Pumps. Combined with our Power Pack Back-up, these pumps make for a powerhouse sump pump system that is up to the job of keeping your basement dry.
Primary and Secondary Pump:
Power Pack Back-up:
Our primary and secondary sump pump systems are designed with cast-iron/cast-aluminum Pro Series Sump Pumps. Unlike plastic sump pumps that often overheat and fail, cast-iron pumps transfer heat from the engine casing to the water outside. This naturally cools the sump pump motor during operation.
Designed for higher pumping capacities and increased energy efficiencies, results in proven reliability. Our Pro Series Sump Pump Systems are industrial grade and built for the residential market.
One of the most common weaknesses of sump pump systems is a float switch that turns on when the water rises. These switches can jam in an "off" or "on" position and lead to sump failure or sump pump burnout. The Pro Series Dual Float Switch is designed to prevent jamming – proven reliability equals peace of mind.
Features and Benefits:
The PHCC Pro Series CONNECT® WiFi Module allows you to receive pump notifications while you're away from home. It easily connects to your Pro Series system via USB or remote terminal using your home WiFi, and sends an alert when there is a possible issue with primary or backup sump pump system. The convenient mobile app allows you to see your backup pump status and receive updates, so you can monitor your system anytime, anywhere.
Features & Benefits:
The PHCC Pro Series line was created for professionals as an opportunity to offer their customers “industrial grade products for the residential market”, continuing their tradition of creating high quality products that homeowners can rely on.
With a focus on energy efficiency and uncompromised strength, Pro Series Pumps have saved more than 93,674,955 million kilowatt hours of electricity. This is enough to power 7,333 homes for an entire year.
Pro Series Pumps maintain the highest standards for quality in sump pump design, using cast-iron/cast-aluminum parts that will not corrode, rot, or rust. Through innovation and technology, they continue to provide the most up to date, intelligent products possible.
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Please Note: You must be the Homeowner to receive our Free Estimate. Prospective buyers, renters, and non-homeowners will be charged a $250. fee for the written quote. This fee is payable upon setting the appointment, but will be credited to the final job cost if the work is completed by Foundation Systems of Michigan.