Our high-quality sump pumps and backup systems can dependably protect your home and keep you and your family safe and dry.Learn More
Sewage or grinder pumps move raw sewage and unwanted water away from the home. Our pre-plumbed packages make selecting and installing the right equipment easy.Learn More
When sanitary sewers are not available, septic systems are used to treat wastewater before disposal.Learn More
Crawl spaces get damp, leading to mold and structural damage. Our sumps manage moisture, preventing these issues.Learn More
Install a sink drain anywhere without breaking concrete. Use our drain pumps for easy installation in areas without gravity drainage.Learn More
Unwanted water and raw sewage are pumped to an outside basin. Sewage lift station pumps take this wastewater up and away.Learn More
Effluent lift stations collect and pump the grey water or effluent from commercial facilities or wastewater treatment systems.Learn More
Elevator sump pumps prevent environmental contamination before it starts by stopping the pump at the appropriate time with our oil smart system.Learn More
Ideal for draining swimming pools, hot tubs, basements, and other areas, our portable dewatering pumps are affordable and easy to transport or store.Learn More
Add a full or half bathroom to an area without gravity drainage by using our upflush toilet systems to avoid breaking concrete.Learn More
Remove condensation from air conditioning equipment, condensing furnaces, dehumidifiers, ice makers, water coolers, and refrigeration systems when gravity flow is not an option.Learn More
During storms, excess water can lead to flooding, pollution, and damage. We offer a range of pumps, containers, and controls to manage your stormwater effectively.Learn More
Fountain pumps add a unique focal point and value to your property. The environmentally friendly, water-cooled motor eliminates pollution risk and pond contamination.Learn More
A typical sump pump, when installed correctly in an appropriate application, can usually be expected to have a lifespan of anywhere between 7 – 10 years depending on the application. However, every once in a while, you might run across an exception to the norm.
When John Bachand and his team at JP Bachand Contracting in Newington, CT replaced an old pump for one of their clients, they unearthed one of Zoeller’s older models that isn’t even manufactured anymore! This old pump is Zoeller’s model 54, which was only manufactured through the early 1980’s.
The homeowner informed John’s team that he had not changed the pump since he moved into the house back in 1976. The man also believed it to be the original pump installed in the home 10 years prior, in 1966. With the knowledge that this pump could very well be over 50 years old, John contacted Zoeller to try and verify the date of manufacture. When the photos were reviewed by the Zoeller team, they determined that the pump was just 3 years shy of 50; 47, actually, and the motor was still running! After retiring this small but sturdy sump pump, its place was taken by a Zoeller Pump Company Model 53®, which is, John informed the team, “the only pump we’ve used in 35 years in business.”