Sump Pump Installation & Replacement Solutions

At Thrasher, we install patented sump pump systems that have been developed by Basement Systems®, Inc. and are trusted by a network of basement waterproofing professionals across the United States and Canada since 1987. These include the best cast-iron sump pumps and longest-lasting battery backup sump pumps in the industry. Our network has waterproofed tens of thousands of basements worldwide, and we’re ready to help you with sump pump services and installation.

Our basement sump pump systems are the best in the industry, and include the following features:
WaterWatch® Alarm: Sounds off to let you know if water has risen past the point where the sump pump should have turned on.
SuperLiner Sump Liner: Large enough to keep your sump pump working properly without turning on and off repeatedly, but not so large that your liner goes too deep, making your sump pump wear out prematurely as it pumps out unnecessary water.
Airtight Sump Lid: An airtight lid keeps odors and humidity out while protecting your sump pump from debris. Rubber grommets around all pipes and wires help maintain the lid’s seal and keep all PVC pipes steady and quiet.
CleanPump Stands: These sump pump stands are installed to raise the pumps off of the bottom of the liner. Any silt or sediment that settles on the bottom of your sump pit will be kept away from your pump. These stands also allow for height adjustment of the pump if necessary.
IceGuard® Discharge Line Protection: Many sump pump discharge lines are susceptible to freezing during the cold winter months. Our IceGuard® discharge line protection prevents this from happening, meaning if the pipe underground freezes in the winter, water can still be pumped out without the worry of backups into your basement.

We offer free sump pump inspections to homeowners in our Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa and Missouri service area. Each inspection includes an on-site consultation, written price quote, and a copy of our 88-page waterproofing book “Dry Basement Science: What To Have Done…And WHY”.  Contact us today to schedule your free inspection.

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Frequently Asked Questions

    • TripleSafe™ Sump Pump System
    • SuperSump® Premier Pump System
    • SmartSump™ Crawl Space Sump Pump System

  • Our most reliable basement sump pump system, the TripleSafe™ Sump Pump System, provides three levels of protection for your basement and your peace of mind.

    For normal functioning, the TripleSafe™ has a powerful, cast-iron Zoeller® ⅓ horsepower sump pump set at the lowest level. For heavy volumes of water, or in case of primary pump failure, a second, more powerful Zoeller ½ hp pump is placed slightly above the primary pump.

  • For an effective and more economical solution, our SuperSump® Premier Pump System can help keep your basement dry. The SuperSump includes a powerful Zoeller ⅓ horsepower cast-iron sump pump, capable of pumping 2,220 gallons of water per hour out of your basement.

  • Give us a call at 1-800-827-0702 and we'll contact you directly to schedule a free inspection

  • With specialized equipment by an experienced technician. Choosing the best sump pump for your needs is just as important as making sure it is installed properly.

  • No, there are not any local rebates. We offer free sump pump inspections to homeowners in our Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa and Missouri service area. Each inspection includes an on-site consultation, written price quote, and a copy of our 88-page waterproofing book “Dry Basement Science: What To Have Done…And WHY”.

  • Regular flood testing to determine all functions are operational is important to the pump. It’s a mechanical device and without regular testing you won’t know if it’s functional unless you have some sort of alarm system to notify you. The service tech will clean out discharge lines of mud and debris making sure the line is clear.

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