Our experienced technicians are here to help with the installation, repair, and maintenance of sump pumps and bubbler systems. Designed to keep your basement and foundation dry, these systems are essential for managing groundwater and preventing flooding. Whether you need a new installation or an upgrade to your current setup, we provide tailored solutions to meet your specific requirements. Ensure your home stays dry and protected—contact us today for expert sump pump and bubbler system services!
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Sump Pump and Bubbler System Service, Repair, and Installation in Erie and Niagara County.

The sump pump system you have installed can make or break your drainage system. It has to be a strong, reliable performer in order to tackle the wet weather we all know so well in WNY. When the rain and snow is coming down hard, and the threat of a basement flood is growing, you don’t want to have ANY doubts about your sump pump’s ability to keep your basement dry.

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Kathy M. of Lewiston, NY


“I had you install a back-up sump pump. Ed was very professional and informative and did not leave a mess. He...”

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“I had work done previously by you and you have an excellent record with me. Great job on the work!”

Kim L. of Grand Island, NY

Towns that Require a Working Sump Pump System:

Did you know, in some Erie and Niagara County homes, if you’re looking to sell your property, it is required by law that a sump pump be installed in your basement? Check the list below to see if your town requires you to have a sump pump installed!

·        Amherst, NY.

·        Depew, NY.

·        Grand Island, NY.

·        Hamburg, NY.

·        Lancaster, NY.

·        Lewiston, NY.

·        Kenmore, NY.

·        Tonawanda, NY (City and Town)

The TripleSafe sump pump: At its Best When Conditions are at Their Worst.

Don’t take chances with a sub-par sump pump. Insist on aTripleSafe sump pump to prevent basement flooding! The TripleSafe is designed to handle the three most common causes of sump pump failure:

  1. Pump failure. The TripleSafe sump pump has a powerful backup pump that comes on automatically if the primary pump fails.

  2. High water volume. If the primary pump can’t keep up with the flow of water into the sump basin, the backup pump comes on automatically, more than doubling pumping volume.

  3. Power failure. If there’s a power outage, the TripleSafe will keep pumping, thanks to battery backup that activates automatically.

At Frank's Mr. Plumber, we install only the best sump pump systems available anywhere in the area. We have an answer to clogging sump pumps, power failures, torrential rainfall, and much more!

Bubbler Systems

Don’t take chances with a sub-par sump pump. Insist on a TripleSafe sump pump to prevent basement flooding.

Like sump pumps, there are some towns in Erie and Niagara County that state you MUST have a bubbler system attached to your sump pump. Here is a list of all the towns a bubbler system is required in. See your town? Give us a call TODAY and we’ll take care of everything!

·        Amherst, NY.
·        Cheektowaga, NY.
·        Hamburg, NY.
·        Lewiston, NY.
·        Kenmore, NY.
·        North Tonawanda, NY.

We service Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Tonawanda, and nearby areas such as Amherst, North Tonawanda, Orchard Park, Hamburg, Lancaster, East Amherst, Clarence.

How does a sump pump system operate during power outages, and are there backup power options?

During power outages, a standard sump pump that relies on electrical power may stop working. To address this, backup power options are commonly used to ensure continuous operation. Ask us about our Battery Backup options today!

Are there signs that indicate my sump pump might be malfunctioning?

Signs of a malfunctioning sump pump include:

  • Unusual Noises: Strange noises, such as grinding or banging, may indicate mechanical issues.
  • Frequent Cycling: If the sump pump turns on and off frequently, it might be a sign of a problem.
  • Lack of Operation: The pump not activating during heavy rainfall suggests a malfunction.
  • Water in the Basement: If you find water in the basement despite the sump pump, it could be failing.
  • Strange Odors: Unpleasant odors near the sump pump could indicate issues with the motor or drainage.
  • Visible Rust or Corrosion: Rust or corrosion on the pump can signal potential problems.

How do I know if I need a sump pump in my basement or crawlspace?

Some towns in Erie and Niagara County require a sump pump be a part of your home’s drainage system. If you live in one of the following towns, and do NOT have a sump pump system installed, call us immediately.

  • Amherst, NY.
  • Depew, NY.
  • Grand Island, NY.
  • Hamburg, NY.
  • Lancaster, NY.
  • Lewiston, NY.
  • Kenmore, NY.

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