Backup systems turn on automatically when a power outage is detected.

They safeguard your home and your basement from floods.

Get one installed today!

Benefits of a Battery Backup System

What if you're away when the power goes out during a storm? Feel comfort knowing your basement is always guarded.
Power outages aren't the only reason your sump pump might  fail. Clogs, stuck float switch, or tripped breaker can all happen at any time. If they do, your backup pump will be prepared.
There are systems that will operate for days at a time. You never really know how long an outage will last, so it's good to be covered at all times.

Getting Your
Backup Pump

These systems are affordable, easy to install, and require very low maintenance. If you have a finished basement, you're in need dire need of protection to safeguard your investment. Battery backups are the best way to ensure you are always protected from hazardous basement flooding damage.


Call Cranney Home Services today for your battery backup sump pump installation! 

Cranney Home Services | 24 Water St Danvers, MA 01923

Whether you're home or away, a backup pump can operate for days a time.

When the rains come, so does thunder and lightning. These forces combined can lead to serious flooding in your basement and power outages that can cripple your home.

Be warned: flooding and outages do not mix!

You may think that if there's heavy rainfall with risks for floods and you have a sump pump, your home is protected. But, if the power goes out, your pump won't turn on, and you unfortunately will be ankle deep in water.

Don't do that to yourself. There is one way to get around the problem of a power outage causing a sump pump to fail: a battery backup system.

Battery Backup Sump Pumps

These systems can come in handy on the days when you are sitting by candlelight, waiting for the power to come back on. Certainly you don't want to spend the days following a bad rainstorm cleaning out your flooded basement.

Battery backup pumps are installed next to your primary unit and will begin working as soon as the water gets up to a certain level.

A regular sump pump system would normally pump the water out before it rose to that level, so when the battery backup detects a problem, it kicks in automatically. 

Battery Backup Sump Pumps

Flooding and Power Outages Do Not Mix!

Don't Be in
Ankle Deep

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