What are the Best Sump Pumps?

When the ground thaws in early spring or heavy rains saturate the soil around your home, you shouldn't have to wonder if your sump pump is up to the task. But not all sump pumps are created equal. How do you know which one you can trust?

Best Sump Pumps - Features Diagram.We sell and recommend PHCC Pro Series industrial grade sump pumps for our residential customers. Here's why:

  • Pumping Capacity: They pump more gallons of water per minute than any residential sump pump on the market today.
  • Superior Functionality: Their caged dual float switch adds reliability and prevents debris from interfering with floats.
  • Energy Efficiency: The PHCC Pro Series sump pumps use substantially fewer amps than pumps from other manufacturers. That means they are considerably less expensive for the homeowner to operate.
  • Strong Warranties: 1-1/2 - 3 year warranty depending on model.
  • Call for pricing.

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Good: ST Series Sump Pumps

ST Series Sump Pumps.

Horse Power 1/3 HP 1/2 HP
Warranty (Years) 1-1/2 Years
Motor Design PSC
Float Switch Caged Dual Micro-reed
Controller Yes (DFC-2)
Monitors Power/Pump No
Security System Connection No
Motor / Pump Housing Cast Iron / Cast Aluminum
Duty Cycle Rating Continuous
Bearings Upper & Lower Ball Bearings
Shaft Material Stainless Steel
GPH at 10 ft. 2,770 3,630
Max. Head (ft.) 31 36
Motor Cooling Water Cooled
Impeller Cast Iron, Dynamically-Balanced
Gallons per Watt Hour (G/Wh)* @ 0 ft. / 10 ft. 9.2 / 6.1 10 / 6.3
Cord Length 10 ft.
Amp Draw at 10 ft. 3.8 4.8
Pump Dimensions
Weight 17 lbs. 28 lbs.
Height 13.75" 16.25"
Diameter 7.5" 10"
Shaft Seal Materials 2 x Carbon / Ceramic 1 Buna N

Better: S3 Series Sump Pumps