Sump Pump Shipping

Sump Pump Shipping

How To Get Free Shipping On Sump Pumps

By  | Sump Pump Product Expert

The vast majority of sump pump products are shipped FREE to anywhere in the lower 48 states. However, the accessories often ship separately from different manufacturers in different locations.

We simply charge standard shipping rates on the accessories – not the sump pump. Be sure to check for damage before signing off and taking receipt of your shipment.

For more information on how to receive a freight shipment, see the video below.



Remote Area Surcharge

Within the contiguous United States, a few zip codes require additional services to facilitate the delivery. If you are one of the few who happens to live on an island or a very unique area, we can still ship to you. However, depending on your zip code, you may be charged a "Remote Area Surcharge" while checking out.


California Compliant CARB Compliant Air Compressors

Some engine-powered products CANNOT be shipped to California because they do not meet the emission standards of the California Air Resources Board (CARB).


Alaska & Hawaii

We ship most items to Alaska and Hawaii. However, due to the extra shipping costs, we cannot offer "Free Shipping" to these states. Standard shipping rates will be added to the shopping cart when checking out.


International Shipments

We currently do NOT ship internationally, including Canada and Puerto Rico. We can, however, ship to freight forwarders inside the United States. You would be responsible to coordinate and pay for the international shipment.


Reconsignment Fee

Changes to the delivery address requested after the product ships will incur a $50 reconsignment fee.


Curb Side Delivery

All products greater than 100 lbs. ship via semi-truck. We recommend ordering "Lift Gate Service" to safely lower the product to the curb. As a convenience to our customers, PED now offers a White Glove Service upon special request. Please call for a quote. Standard shipping service does not provide White Glove Service. In other words, you are responsible for getting the products from the curb to your garage. The trucking company is not obligated to assist, but many are kind enough to help.