Add Your Heading Text Here
When the alarm light goes on or the buzzer sounds it is warning you that the water level in the lift station is too high.
Residential Lift Station
Turning the alarm to silent will not fix the problem. Typically, and alarm is caused from the power being shut off, a float switch not working, the pump quit working or a time dose control panel is holding the water from being pumped. Due to new technology and smaller lot sizes, lift stations are becoming a more common place. Control panels, pumps, float controls, alarm systems, pressure filters and plumbing concerns are all items that we can diagnose and service.
Commercial Lift Station
When the alarm light turns on or the buzzer sounds, it is a warning you that the water level in the lift station has climbed too high. The alarm needs to be addressed in order to prevent a backup of fluid into the building. Turning the alarm to silent will not fix the problem. Typically an alarm is caused from the power being shut off, a float switch not working, the pump ceasing to work, or a time-dose control panel holding the water from being pumped.
Give us a call! Our service truck is stocked with the most common pumps and parts.
Northland Septic Maintenance has spent over two decades honing and expanding our skill-set in order to provide you, the customer, with the widest range of services in the onsite industry.
We are licensed with the MPCA and hold the following license: Service Provider, Maintainer, Installer, Designer, Inspector, Type IV Biosolids, Class D Wastewater, Advanced Designer, Advanced Inspector.