Ejector Pump

Ejector Pump Services in Chicagoland

R.J. Graham Plumbing, Inc. specializes in both ejector pump and sump pump installations, maintenance and repairs. We have built many quality relationships with different manufacturers over the years allowing us to offer you unbeatable prices on the highest quality ejector pumps, including:

Our team will assess your home’s plumbing and construction to ensure we provide you with the exact products and services you need. Your happiness is our priority, and we are committed to performing the highest quality work at affordable prices. We are so confident in our team that we will refund your money if you are unhappy.

We recommend not waiting until an emergency occurs, let R.J. Graham Plumbing, Inc. help you today.

If you have ever experienced sewage backups or frequently slow toilets, you understand the damage it causes, as well as the costly cleanup services. It is not only frustrating but unsanitary and potentially harmful. Sewage overflows are considered the most serious level of water damage, as it contains organic elements and bacteria.

Sometimes, sewage leaks can start small and go unnoticed for long periods of time until the smell or damage becomes a disaster. Other times, the backup can cause an immediate flood leading to severe and costly damage to your home.

Sewage overflows can ruin your furniture, carpeting, personal items, valuables, and lead to harmful bacteria in your home. Sewage water is extremely contaminated and creates numerous health hazards that should be addressed immediately.

Affected areas require professional cleanup services, as damaged areas need disinfectant. Carpeting and flooring should be removed, and even partial walls and structural cleanup may be needed.

A solution to avoiding hazardous sewage damage is an ejector pump.


How Ejector Pumps Work: All homes rely on gravity to discharge waste, but when gravity alone does not provide enough force, an ejector pump is needed — especially if your bathroom is located in the basement or at the same level as your sewage lines.


Plumbing pipes in basements run through the ceiling, and showers, toilets, and sinks are installed below the pipes. This makes it almost impossible for gravity to expel the sewage up and out of the home on its own. An ejector pump pumps the sewage through the lines preventing the wastewater from backing up and clogging your pipes.

If you have a basement in your home, you probably already have a sump pump installed, which is good news. However, a sump pump and ejector pump play very different roles in preventing flooding in your home.

A sump pump collects groundwater, only, and pumps it out of your home when excess water accumulates. An ejector pump is able to process solid waste and collects water from floor drains, including the wastewater in your basement bathroom or washroom. This is why both sump pumps and ejector pumps are an essential part of your home.