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 does a sump pump have to be flush with the floor
Author: samandnoemi (NY)

Does sump pump have to be flush with concrete basement floor? water comes in at the highest point and travels to the lowest point.

Where should I put the sump pump?

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 Re: does a sump pump have to be flush with the floor
Author: bernabeu (SC)

the INLET point needs to be flush else a puddle will remain on floor

if the top of the pump 'package' is the inlet then IT must be flush

if it is a pipe from a floor drain then the DRAIN itself must be flush

you answer your own question with the knowledge that water runs downhill

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