<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=1860536920875407&amp;ev=PageView&amp;noscript=1">

800.287.6651

Let our family treat you like family!
3 Generations - Our 10th decade

 

3 Generations of personal service...
Let our family treat YOU like family! 

800.287.6651 

Water Damage - A Devastation Indeed!

Posted by Bonnie Bornstein Fertel on Sun, Sep 16, 2018 @ 09:12 AM

When is the last time you checked your sump pump?

#HurricaneFlorence is stalled through the Carolinas and has, to date, dumped more than 40" of water. Imagine the devastation and those homeowners that have yet to return to their residences only to find disaster, destruction and despair.

While New Jersey has not been hit by a storm of this magnitude, weather changes are obvious. Out of sight, out of mind...an expression we use often. This week it has become popular vernacular. 

Those of us with sump pumps often don't pay any mind to that appliance sitting in a hole in the floor of your home. That sump pump that is sitting quietly in the corner of our basement only becomes a concern when it's raining or we're experiencing melting of tremendous amounts of snow.

Rain Rain, Go Away....

Posted by Bonnie Bornstein Fertel on Fri, Apr 07, 2017 @ 10:54 AM

When's the last time you paid any attention to your sump pump?


Do you even know if your sump pump is working properly?
Good quesion, right?

How To Test Your NJ Sump Pump

Posted by Bonnie Bornstein Fertel on Mon, Dec 05, 2016 @ 08:59 AM


Rain, Sleet, Ice, Snow.....it's all water and it ends up in your Sump Pump!

As the weather changes, and winter approaches, we still see rain, and then sleet/ice and snow.

All of this precipitation regardless of its type ends up as water and contributes to the rising water table of your property


5 Reasons Your Sump Pump May Fail and Your Basement Might Flood

Posted by Bonnie Bornstein Fertel on Thu, Jan 30, 2014 @ 09:34 AM

How can you avoid a flood?

Be proactive about maintaining your sump pump.

 

Sump pumps while more expensive than light bulbs, operate on the same concept, along with many other small and large appliances. The deterioration or demise of the item is not necessarilly iimpacted by the actual historical age of the item, it's the wear and tear on the item as it goes 'on' and 'off' repeatedly.

Sump Pump & BackUp Sump Pumps: Maintenance In Just 5 Minutes

Posted by Bonnie Bornstein Fertel on Thu, Feb 14, 2013 @ 07:36 AM

Sump pumps are not just for removing excess water during rainy periods. Here's why maintenance is important...

In New Jersey and all along the northeast, we're getting our fair share of snow this winter. After several snow storms, the volume of snow builds up. At some point, perhaps not the next day, the temperature will begin to warm up, and the snow will begin to melt. Melting snow invariably increases the water table as the melted snow seeps into the ground, and therefore the possibility of ground water finding its way into your basement increases.  This becomes your ultimate concern.

Is It Time For a Permanent Emergency Standby Power Generator?

Posted by Bonnie Bornstein Fertel on Sat, Oct 27, 2012 @ 07:52 AM

Mother Nature's at it again...Is it time for a permanent Emergency Standby Power Generator?

Does your Sump Pump have a Back-Up Plan? Install a Backup Sump Pump!

Posted by Bonnie Bornstein Fertel on Thu, Jan 12, 2012 @ 09:32 AM

It's raining, it's pouring...
Rain, rain, go away...
If you want rainbows, you gotta put up with the rain...
Rain is grace...without rain there would be no life. 

Have You Had a Plumber Check Your Sump Pump? Time for a Backup Pump?

Posted by Bonnie Bornstein Fertel on Sat, Aug 27, 2011 @ 10:18 AM

Have you had your sump pump checked?  

It's August 27, 2011, and New Jersey homes and business owners are preparing for what could be the worst storm our area has ever seen. Out of sightl, out of mind...an expression we use often. This week it has become popular vernacular. As we prepare for Hurricane Irene the sump pump that is sitting quiety in the corner of our basement becomes a concern.

Pumped Up: Sump Pumps, Circulating Pumps and more...

Posted by Bonnie Bornstein Fertel on Fri, Sep 04, 2009 @ 06:59 PM

It is very possible your home may have one or more pumps. A pump is an electrical/mechanical device to move fluid, usually water, from someplace to someplace else.

The most common pumps in a home are: 
Circulating pumps on a heating system

Bornstein Sons 
Professional Advice

Having a problem with service or mantenance for your NJ home or business?

We're Air Conditioning, Heating, Plumbing, Electrical, Generator and Home Automation experts.

If you've got a question...
We’ve got the answer!

Subscribe To Our Blog

Featured Posts

Popular Posts

Posts by Topic