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Basementsaver Backup Sump Pumps
What's In Your Basement?
What's In Your Basement?


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Find out what you get in the box when you buy a Basementsaver Water Powered Backup Sump Pump
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Use The Bucket Test to find out if your water supply provides sufficient flow to power a water powered backup sump pump.
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Water Powered Backup Sump Pump Installation Manuals
Basementsaver Water Powered Backup Sump Pumps take a little longer than our battery backup pump models to install. This is primarily because our water powered pumps require a water supply to be run to a point above your basement sump pit. Read More at:

Download The Pump Installation Manuals Before You Decide To Buy
Basementsaver WP-Series Water Powered Backup Sump Pumps Installation Manual:

Basementsaver WPA-Series Water Powered Backup Sump Pumps with AVB Installation Manual:

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Our innovative "solderless" Easy-Fit Kits use push fittings to make the job of plumbing in your water supply much simpler - find out more at :
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Easy Battery Powered Backup Sump Pump Installation
Basementsaver Battery Powered Backup Sump Pumps are specifically designed so that the average homeowner can quickly and successfully install their own backup pump.

So you can understand exactly what is involved when installing our pumps, we have posted the installation manuals on our website at so that you can download and review them before you decide to buy one of our pumps (see below).

BP0 - 900gph and BP1 1,800gph battery backup pump installation manual:

BP2 - 1,400gph battery backup pump installation manual:

BP3 - 3,000gph battery backup pump installation manual:
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Basementsaver Sump Pumps & Backup Sump Pumps Range
October 23, 2012 (17 photos)
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Every Fall, all across North America, people prepare for the changes in climate and lifestyle that come at this time of year. We winterize and put away our summer toys, like boats and jetskis. We prepare our yards and the outside of our homes for the oncoming winter.

In northern areas, as we move towards a more indoor-living lifestyle, we also need to think about our building systems that we need to support us through the colder months.  We need to service our domestic heating systems and turn off our outside hose spigots, etc.

If you have a finished basement, or store a lot of valuable "stuff" in your basement, this is obviously also the right time of year to make sure that your sump pump and check valve are operating properly, and that you have a reliable backup pump that will kick into operation should your pump fail due to a power failure or other cause.

Even if you don't store anything in your basement, if you rely on a sump pump you would be well advised to add a reliable backup sump pump. Anyone who has experienced a flooded basement will be able to attest to the pain and anguish that follows with the hassles of drying out and cleaning up!

Find out more about how to find the best backup sump pump system for your basement at httP://
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