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Zoeller M98 - 1/2 HP Cast Iron Submersible Sump Pump w/ Vertical Float Switch

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GPH
4320
Gallons
HP
1/2
Horse Power
Switch Type
Vertical Float Switch
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Automatic Submersible Cast Iron Sump Pump
Offers years of reliable, trouble-free operation

No Sheet Metal Parts To Rust Or Corrode
Stainless steel screws, guard, handle, arm and seal assembly

Thermally Protected, Permanent Split Capacitor Motor
Oil-filled and hermetically sealed to prevent overheating

Vertical Float Switch
Solid and buoyant polypropylene design

Carbon & Ceramic Shaft Seal
Assures maximum protection for extended pump life

Powder Coated Epoxy Finish
Provides a corrosion resistant exterior

Clog-Resistant Design
No screen to interfere with flowing debris
Capable of passing 1/2" diameter solids

Industry Leading Quality Control
Entire unit is pressure tested after assembly


Model
Model Number:M98
UPC:053514029463
Manufacturer:Zoeller
Made in USA:Yes
Housing Material:Cast-Iron
Min Sump Basin Size:12 Inch
Motor
Motor Amps:9.4 run / 29.2 start Amps
Thermal Protection:Yes
Power Cord Length:15 Feet
Oil Free Motor:No
Pump
Float Type:Vertical Float
GPH @ 0 feet:4320 GPH
GPH @ 5 feet:4320 GPH
GPH @ 10 feet:3660 GPH
GPH @ 15 feet:2700 GPH
GPH @ 20 feet:1500 GPH
Discharge Port Size:1-1/2 Inch
Built-in check Valve:No
Overview
Float On:9.5 Inches
Float Off:3 Inches
Manual Override:No
Solid Handling:1/2 Inch
Weight:38 Lbs. (17.24 kilograms)
Dimensions:10.125L x 7.875W x 12.06H
(25.72 x 20.00 x 30.63 cm)
Consumer Warranty:3 Years
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  24 Questions
Q: Jim, could you let me know how much wattage the Zoeller 98 1/2 HP motor uses. As I am considering buying a generator for a few items, including the sump pump?? Thank you,

Paul

by Paul A from New York on November 25, 2014

A: The Zoeller M98 uses 9.4 running amps & 29.2 starting amps, which equates to 1128 running watts and 3504 starting watts. Please keep in mind that you should not load up your generator more than 80% at any time as well.
by Jim, Product Expert
Q: My Zoller pump has a threaded female connector on the body. What am I expected to put between the pump body and the bottom clamp of this check valve?
by BN from California on September 17, 2014

A: Typical installations will include the discharge PVC Sch40 pipe screwed into the pump discharge port and extending approximately 2-3 feet above the sump basin cover. At this point, you could attach the check valve and then complete your discharge configuration. This method would allow for an easier access point for you to service your pump.
by Jim, Product Expert
Q: Hi Jim,

Can I use the Zoeller M98 as an effluent pump. I have seen it listed as a sump/effluent pump elsewhere. I like the Zoeller brand and am looking to use it as a lift pump for a septic tank.

Thanks.

by Kevin G. from North Carolina on February 13, 2014

A: The Zoeller M98 is actually designed for sump, effluent and dewatering application. As long as you are not dealing with any solids larger than 1/2" and you are not exceeding the rated head lift, you would not have any problem.
by Jim, Product Expert
Q: Installing an underground sump pump to drain water coming under the house. Was thinking about ordering the following kit, but I am not sure if the basin is the correct one for a sump pump or if we should switch it to something bigger.
Zoeller 1050001 13 HP M53 Remote SinkDrain Pump System w Vertical Float Switch

Thank you,
Nestor Ho

by Nestor H from Texas on October 21, 2013

A: Thank you for your interest in Sump Pumps Direct. It really depends on how you plan on getting the water into the sump basin. If you are doing a typical basement INSTALLATION, I would advise something more like the Zoeller model M53 or M98, depending on your water table. I would then suggest installing a standard SUMP BASIN and COVER. You can then tie this in to a french drain or you can drill holes in the basin to allow the water to seep through and into the basin for discharge by the pump. If you are looking to install this system outdoors or in a crawl space, the Liberty 1/3 HP Cast Iron Crawl Space Sump Pump Kit, model CSP-257 might be a better choice.
And don't forget the CHECK VALVE.
by Jim, Product Expert
Q: I have a Zoeller sub pump 1198 horizontal install, I would like to buy another pump,where this one is quite old. What is the model # I should buy. There is no info on tag that is attached the plug wire. I want to say this pump is at least 30 years old. I have never replaced it. Could you please tell me what I would need to purchase. I don not have any owners manuel on product all I could find was 1198 horizontal Install on pump. Can you please assist me.

Thanks,
Rebekah

by Rebekah T from Massachusetts on June 14, 2013

A: Zoeller basically builds 2 models, the 1/3HP model M53 and the 1/2HP model M98. The 1198 number most likely refers to the date code. If you cannot locate the model number in the same area as the date code, the 1/3HP model is about 10" tall and the 1/2HP model is about 12" tall. I would also suggest replacing your CHECK VALVE as well.
by Jim, Product Expert
Q: I live on a small man made lake and have a walk out basement. Over the years the water table of the lake has risen to the point that the piers of my deck, approximately 100 feet from the water, have raised my deck about 4 inches. I dug a dry well near the house 2 feet deep. This dry well is constantly filled with water to within 6 inches of ground level. The dry well has underground drain tile running out to near the lake. I want to install a sump pump in the well to extract the water and hopefully keep my deck fro rising. Will the M98 be a good pump for this application or should I be looking at a 3/4 or even 1 HP pump. I expect this pump will run quite often maybe even close to continuously. Thanks for your help. Kurt
by Kurt K from Illinois on April 25, 2013

A: If you are mainly dealing with clean water and there is no chance of the water freezing with the pump, the M98 or StormPro model BA-50M would be a good choice to start with. Since it's difficult to judge just how much pumping capacity will be needed. If there's more of a chance of debris getting into the pump, you might consider one of our SEWAGE PUMPS as they can handle some of the small solids like leaves and small twigs. Please note that for any outdoor application, all electrical connections would need to be very well protected from the elements.
by Jim, Product Expert
Q: I want to replace my old 1/3 hp Zoeller with a newer 1/2 M98. Our pump has worked well but we got hit with a lot of water in the Sept 2011 flood (Lancaster PA area). The check valve double checked so I don't know if the pump would have handled that volume. The pump is old, has a 1 & 1/4 line out. Do you think replacement with a 1/2 hp upgrade would be ok? Fits in the well the same but would handle a bit more water per hour. Thanks
by Bob Spender from Pennsylvania on October 23, 2012

A: Due to the fact that you have a 1-1/4" discharge pipe, you may not see a big difference in your GPH capacity, though you will see some. If there's any chance of upgrading to a 1-1/2" discharge pipe, you would see a bigger difference. Also, depending on the age of the check valve, you might consider replacing that as well. They tend to wear out just like an old pair of shoes.
by Jim, Product Expert
Q: I would like to know how many watts a 1/3 or 1/2 hp sump pump has, because i was think of buying a portable generator in case the power goes off.
by Tom B. from New York on September 03, 2012

A: That really depends on the pump. Some are more efficient than others. For example, the 1/3HP Basement Watchdog model BW1033 has a running amp rating of 3.5 and a starting amp rating of 7. When you figure the watts by the formula of amps times volts equals watts ( A X V = W), you get 420 running watts and 840 starting watts. But when you look at the Zoeller 1/3HP model M53, that pump has a running amp rating of 9.6 and a starting amp rating of 29.6 or 1152 running watts and 3552 starting watts.
by Jim, Product Expert
Q: Jim,

I've learned a lot reading these Q&As and the reveiws. A few questions for you - hopefully this isn't overboard, I'm rather new to having a basement...

1. My current sump pump is old and I'd like to proactively replace it. Based on where I live, and how active he heard my sump pump going off even after no rainfall for a while, a plumber/family friend recommended getting 2 high velocity pumps at least 1/3 HP (with 2" discharge). Even though this only has 1.5" discharge, based on reviews I'm sold on either this Zoeller or your Storm Pro 'Best'. I've also heard of some friends having someone out to 'install a battery backup' on their existing pump (apparently not a separate system including another pump). Is there a way to add a battery backup system on to these pumps, since I want those pumps but the security of a battery backup?

Does this approach of 2 of the same pumps make sense to you, or should I be looking to get one of these and a battery backup system?

2. How much time do the battery backups generally give you?

Thanks!

3.

by Tony from New Jersey on August 28, 2012

A: Thank you for visiting Sump Pumps Direct. In answer to your questions, both the Zoeller and StormPro pumps are extremely reliable and well manufactured. The StormPro is more efficient however and will offer a higher pumping capacity. If you decide to go with, say the 1/2HP model BA-50M, there would be no problem reducing the 2" discharge down to a 1 1/2". A 2-pump system is fairly common when you want to have the ability of having a "secondary primary" pump in the event that the "primary" pump gets overwhelmed and is the best way to achieve excellent results. Just be sure to run a separate discharge all the way out for each pump. You DO NOT want to install one extra large pump like a 3/4HP or 1HP because during normal operating times, the high HP pump will cycle way too often and reduce the life of that pump. The only battery backup system that we would offer for your primary pump would be the SUMPRO Fully-Automatic 1800W Auxiliary POWER SOURCE which requires 2, 12 volt maintenance-free deep cycle batteries. At the cost of these systems, you might look at a regular BATTERY BACKUP sump pumps system or even a small 7000-8000 watt STANDBY GENERATOR.

The standard battery backup sump systems will typically give you about 7 hours of continuous run time or 24-36 hours of non-continuous (cycling) run time. There are some systems that will accept additional batteries to extend that run time, but it is available only on certain models.
by Jim, Product Expert
Q: what pump do you recomend for a 1250 gal septic system
by Bill from New York on July 29, 2012

A: Unfortunately, I do need more information in order to assist you further. If you can supply the total dynamic head that you are dealing with, I'd be happy to help or you might try calling Hart Traverse at 800-535-8525 for further help on sizing your pump.
by Jim, Product Expert
Q: I don't know which model sump pump to purchase or which model is appropriate for my home. How do I go about doing that?
by Harry from Illinois on May 20, 2012

A: If you are replacing a sump pump and the pump has performed well for you in the past, it's best to replace it with a pump that matches the horsepower and/or gallons per hour rating as close as possible. If that information is unknown and the original pump's brand and model number is still visible on the pump, you can always look it up on the internet or call us for more help. If no information is available, an average sized home in a typical water table can usually use a 1/3HP - 1/2HP sump pump. Submersible sump pumps are more popular and will usually run quieter and last longer than pedestal sump pumps. You can also click HERE for more information on how to pick the perfect sump pump.
If you have additional questions, please let me know or give me a call.
by Jim, Product Expert
Q: I am torn between which Zoeller pump would be best for my application. My basement is 104' and currently takes in approximately 3" of water when there is a hard rain. The water is only on one side of the basement and never comes up on the other. Would you recommend a 1/3 hp or 1/2?
by Joe from New Jersey on January 15, 2012

A: Without knowing more specifics like the water table, area of the country you live in, actual square footage of your basement, etc., it really is difficult to answer. I can tell you that most average sized homes in an average water table area can usually get away with a 1/3HP or 1/2HP pump. Beware of over-sizing the pump as it could cause the pump to cycle too frequently thereby reducing the life of the pump. You don't want to just install a 3/4HP or 1HP pump just for the sake of it.
by Jim, Product Expert
Q: I am considering buying a Zoeller m98. I am going to have it on a dedicated circuit my question is how many amps does the circuit breaker and circuit need to be. I see that the running amperage is 9.4 but I am concerned about having a circuit that will carry the starting load.

by Peter Warren from New York on December 30, 2011

A: Generally, the amps required to start (29.2) the pump only happen for an extremely brief period of time, therefore the manufacturers recommend that electrical wiring and protection must be in accordance with National Electrical Code and any other applicable state and local electrical requirements.
by Jim, Product Expert
Q: can i adjust the float on a m98 pump? I cant get it any deeper, but need it to kick on sooner...
by Zach from Washington on December 29, 2011

A: Unfortunately, the Zoeller M Series pump floats are designed with a set on/off level that can not be adjusted.
by Jim, Product Expert
Q: Still evaluating: Question on Zoeller M98: Why does Motor Amps read "9.4 / 29.2"? What does the 29.2 mean?
by David from Michigan on August 07, 2011

A: The 29.2 amp rating is the starting amps needed to start that pump. The 9.4 amp rating is the running amps. These numbers are usually very important when trying to find the correctly sized generator to power the sump pumps.
by Jim, Product Expert
Q: do I need to drill a vent hole in the discharge pipe when installing Zoeller M98 in my basement for dewatering?
by Ed from New Jersey on June 04, 2011

A: You should always drill the vent hole when you are using a check valve. This 1/8" or 3/16" hole will help reduce the chance of air lock in your discharge pipe. Drill the hole in the discharge pipe even with the top of the pump. NOTE: THE HOLE MUST ALSO BE BELOW THE BASIN COVER AND CLEANED PERIODICALLY.
by Jim, Product Expert
Q: I have this pump: Zoeller M98 - 1/2 HP Cast Iron Submersible Sump Pump w/ Vertical Float Switch, I am on my 3 pump in 6 years. All the same pump. Each time the pump gets stuck in the on positon and will not shut off. Can I replace the switch? I just got a new one and thought I could fix the swith on the old one and keep for a back up. Also, isn't is strange that this keeps happening? Our pump runs quite a bit in the spring and in winter is we get rain or a big snow melt. I keep getting the same pump from my home builder who runs a plumbing supply company and get a good price. Should I consider a different pump?
by Ryan Schmitz from Illinois on April 22, 2011

A: The Zoeller pump is an excellent product but, the switches do tend to be the occasional problem. You might try calling Zoeller tech support at (800) 928-7867 for assistance in obtaining the switches. Also, you should be inspecting your pump and basin at a minimum of every 6 months to make sure the pump is operating properly and the basin is clear on any debris. Most switch failures are the result of dirt, grime or debris getting lodged in the switch and/or switching mechanism.
by Jim, Product Expert
Q: I want to replace our pedestal pump, which runs a lot due to high water table, and the zoeller M98 looks good. We have a rectangular sump hole in the corner of the basement, about 18 inches deep (est). What accessories would I need with the pump? All the covers I see are round, is there a rectangular cover available, and where does the check value go? Thanks!
by Jim Shear from New York on April 03, 2011

A: First off, it is recommended that you replace your pump with one that is comparable in HP and GPH(Gallons Per Hour). We only carry the round basin covers that will cover an 18" round basin. The check valve can be installed either at the base of the pump or just above the basin cover. Installing above the basin cover will make it a little easier to disconnect your discharge for any service. Also keep in mind that you should drill a 3/16" hole in your discharge pipe just above the discharge base to help prevent any air lock.
by Jim, Product Expert
Q: How can i get the arm that the float rides on the m53?
by Steven Ramsey from Indiana on February 12, 2011

A: We do not sell replacement parts. You might try contacting Zoeller @ (800) 928-7867
by Jim, Product Expert
Q: Can you raise the vertical float switch to accommodate a higher water level in the sump pump pit on this Zoeller submersible sump pump, if so, how?
by Daniel from Illinois on February 07, 2011

A: These Zoeller submersible sump pumps have a factory set pumping range and are unable to be adjusted to accommodate a higher water level.
by Jim, Product Expert
Q: My pump keeps running, is it the switch or the pump?
by Dennis Lainson from Iowa on February 05, 2011

A: In most cases, if your pump keeps running, it is most likely a switch problem.
by Jim, Product Expert
Q: I am considering ordering a back-up for my thirty-year-old Sears Craftsman 1/2 hp submersible. So far this unit (Zeoller M98) looks to be the best fit in terms of size, capacity and quality. Can I reuse the Craftsman solid state controller?
The reason why is, I like that I can precisely set the cycle on/off level, using these little probes that run to an A/C line controller.
I'd re-buy that exact same Craftsman unit again, except they don't make it anymore.

by Steve Manseau from Massachusetts on January 05, 2011

A: An external float switch will not work with this pump because the switch on the Zoeller M98 is part of the pump.
by Jim, Product Expert
Q: What material is the impeller made of?
by Steven Manseau from Massachusetts on January 05, 2011

A: Per the Zoeller site, they describe it as a non-clogging, engineered plastic vortex impeller.
by Jim, Product Expert
Q: What is a Vertical Float Switch?
by Jon from Illinois on December 29, 2010

A: A vertical float switch is a ball that floats above the water. As the water level rises so does the float which, at some point, it will trigger the switch to turn the pump on. This float has limited movement up and down and side to side, giving it less freedom of movement and less of a chance to get stuck as a tethered float would.
by Jim, Product Expert
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Quality
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Performance
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Value
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Overall
4.7 out of 54.7 out of 54.7 out of 54.7 out of 54.7 out of 5
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Fit In Place Of 20 Yr Ol... (1)
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High Quality (45)
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Cons
Heavy (7)
Packaging (6)
Expensive (6)
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93% of respondents would recommend this product to a friend
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Sump Pumps Direct Recommended

One of our "Better" sellers!! And for good reason.

The Zoeller M98 is a 1/2 HP pump that churns out 4320 GPH @ 5'. This submersible cast iron pump is built to last and will give you years of worry free operation.

With a vertical float switch and capability for passing 1/2" solids, this workhouse has proudly earned a reputation for quality and dependability.
Jim Recommends This Model
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Kevin N.
West Seneca, NY
Purchased from Sump Pumps Direct
Purchased 12/23/13
Total Reviews
4 Reviews
Most Helpful Positive Review
REVIEWED
JAN.
14
2014
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
One Heavy Duty Pump
Bought two of these Zoeller pumps and I love the high quality construction, the cast iron body and the composite float and rod that will never rust out.
Pros: High Quality, I'd Buy It Again, Quiet, Price
Cons: Packaging, But It Made It In One Peace
Kevin Recommends This Zoeller Product
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John S.
Bratenahl, OH
Purchased from Sump Pumps Direct
Purchased 11/26/13
Total Helpful Votes
14 Helpful Votes
Most Helpful Critical Review
REVIEWED
APR.
07
2014
3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5
Float Switched Failed After 4 Months
I've purchase 3 M98's over the past several years. After 1 year, the float switch failed ON and then the motor seized. Sent back to Zoeller and I got a new one. The unit I purchased in Nov 2013 just had the same issue, the float switch failed ON, but I caught it before the motor failed due to heat.

I really cant recommend this pump due to what appears to be a bad quality issue with the float switch.

I use these in a residential application. We get a fair amount of water in the... more
Pros: Easy To Use
Cons: Low Quality
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140
Eric
Purchased from Sump Pumps Direct
Purchased 3/3/11
REVIEWED
JUL.
01
2014
1 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 5
Poor Customer Service
The float switch on this pump failed at 9 months. Zoeller would service the pump, but wanted me to send the pump at my expense to a service facility. In the meantime I have no pump in my pit. I expressed my concern about this, knowing my pump ran often. They did not seem to care. I replaced the pump at my own expense with a Liberty and have not had any problems for over a year. The float switch on the liberty is far better constructed and durable and because of the way they do it, it does... more
Cons: Expensive, Unreliable, Durability, Poor Customer Service From Zoeller
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David
Purchased from Sump Pumps Direct
Purchased 1/13/14
REVIEWED
JAN.
22
2014
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
Very Satisfied
I was very pleased with the way my order was handled in a timely manner, and yes I think this a fine product and easy to use.
Pros: High Quality, Durable, Reliable, I'd Buy It Again
David Recommends This Zoeller Product
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Dennis
Purchased from Sump Pumps Direct
Purchased 6/30/14
REVIEWED
JUL.
21
2014
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
Working Great
Had to replace a 1hp Rigid (Home Depot) with a "lifetime" warranty. They don't sell that model anymore, nor do they sell a lifetime warranty product. It broke leaving a big pool of oil in my sump the day before a huge storm moved into Chicago. I looked around and decided to stay away from the box store products and was able to drive to sump pump direct and pick up this pump. Installed it very quickly. That night we had a huge storm and this pump cleared my pit as fast as the 1hp.... more
Pros: High Quality, Reliable, I'd Buy It Again, Easy To Use
Cons: Expensive
Dennis Recommends This Zoeller Product
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Bradley C.
Abingdon, MD
Purchased from Sump Pumps Direct
Purchased 6/25/14
REVIEWED
JUL.
16
2014
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
Basement Water
After 2 other pumps failed me, this pump is working great. Highly recommend.
Pros: High Quality, Reliable, Durable, Easy To Use
Bradley Recommends This Zoeller Product
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10
Andrey
Purchased from Sump Pumps Direct
Purchased 3/24/14
REVIEWED
MAY.
06
2014
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
So Far So Good...
I've had one before and it lasted me for quite a few years, that's why I've got another one. It's been only a month, but so far so good.
Works fine and is very quiet.
Pros: Quiet, Price
Cons: Heavy
Andrey Recommends This Zoeller Product
Andrey's Experience With Sump Pumps Direct
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5/5
"Good price, good service and quick delivery. Very satisfied."
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Robert W.
Jim Thorpe, PA
Purchased from Sump Pumps Direct
Purchased 3/15/14
REVIEWED
APR.
26
2014
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
Recommended By A Friend
Great pump easy to install, runs really quite. Time will only tell concerning durability but I'm expecting to get a long lasting performance .
Pump seems to be constructed very well.
Pros: High Quality, Reliable, I'd Buy It Again, Quiet
Robert Recommends This Zoeller Product
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Mike D.
Saginaw, MI
Purchased from Sump Pumps Direct
Purchased 3/14/14
REVIEWED
APR.
26
2014
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
Great!
Love the pump need I say more! :)
Pros: High Quality, I'd Buy It Again, Quiet, Price
Mike Recommends This Zoeller Product
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Kenneth L.
Florissant, MO
Purchased from Sump Pumps Direct
Purchased 3/7/14
REVIEWED
APR.
18
2014
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
2nd Zoeller Purchased
Good pump easy to install delivery was quick and price was competitive. Technical support prior to the purchase was excellent.
Pros: High Quality, Durable, Reliable, Fast
Kenneth Recommends This Zoeller Product
Kenneth's Experience With Sump Pumps Direct
Web Site
5/5

Service
5/5

Shipping
5/5
"The second pump purchased was for a neighbor."
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Greg G.
Delphos, OH
Purchased from Sump Pumps Direct
Purchased 1/12/14
REVIEWED
FEB.
24
2014
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
Awesome Pump
This pump is the best pump I have ever bought. I had one like this before and it lasted almost 10 years!!! Now I have 2 of these pump in my basement. I can sleep at night knowing the will work and pump water like crazy. Plus this website has the best prices of anyone believe me I checked everywhere. If you want a great pump and want to get it at a great price don't go anywhere else you have found it here.
Pros: High Quality, Durable, Reliable, Price
Cons: Packaging
Greg Recommends This Zoeller Product
Greg Would Recommend Sump Pumps Direct To A Friend
Web Site
5/5

Service
5/5

Shipping
5/5
"Ordered pumps and got them within 3 days of ordering!!!"
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