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    Anyone install Storm Pro sump pumps?
    I like Zoeller, but wondering how these work. I heard they are very quiet and save energy too.

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    Originally posted by nobackfall View Post
    Anyone install Storm Pro sump pumps?
    I like Zoeller, but wondering how these work. I heard they are very quiet and save energy too.
    I checked them out but never tried one. I'm using Liberty Pumps for my residential sump pumps. I really like how the float sits tight against the pump.
    Liberty Pumps : Submersible Sump Pumps

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      Re: Storm Pro

      Originally posted by ironranger View Post
      i checked them out but never tried one. I'm using liberty pumps for my residential sump pumps. I really like how the float sits tight against the pump.
      liberty pumps : Submersible sump pumps
      great picture !
      I can build anything You want , if you draw a picture of it , on the back of a big enough check .

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        Originally posted by toolaholic View Post
        great picture !
        Yea he's one handsome looking buck!

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          Re: Storm Pro

          Originally posted by nobackfall View Post
          Anyone install Storm Pro sump pumps?
          I like Zoeller, but wondering how these work. I heard they are very quiet and save energy too.
          They are made by Metropolitan Industries in Bolingbrook, IL. Good pumps with awesome switches. Give them a try. The battery backup systems are the best available.

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            Re: Storm Pro

            Originally posted by Swade Plumbing View Post
            They are made by Metropolitan Industries in Bolingbrook, IL. Good pumps with awesome switches. Give them a try. The battery backup systems are the best available.
            No kidding, right here in Illinois huh. Did not know that. Someone told me they are very quiet and there 1/3 hp. pumps as good as other 1/2 hp. pumps.
            There back up systems do look good.
            Thanks for the info.

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