original concrete pit
This type of sump pit is common in country settings. The pit is poured at the same time as the concrete floor. This is a problem because it does not allow water from under the floor to seep into the sump pit. This causes pressure under the floor and in most cases, it will crack the floor.
Weepers in pit
The only water coming into this pit is through the weeping tile. A perforated liner is better to let water from under the floor to drain..
Triplesafe liner installed
The concrete pit is removed and the Triplesafe liner is installed
Dual discharge pipes.
Because there are two AC main pumps, two discharge lines are installed. In this case, if one line gets plugged for any reason, the second pump will will run and have its own discharge.
Concrete is restored.
Once everything is installed, the floor is restored.
The Iceguard will help prevent the discharge from freezing. The most common reason that sump pumps fail prematurely is that the discharge pipe freezes. This will prevent this from happening.