Residential pump systems form the framework of our day-to-day lives. The average American homeowner uses pumps for daily water delivery, storm water removal, lawn irrigation, hot water circulation and wastewater disposal. among many other uses. Whether you live in a town house, condominium, apartment or single family home, Pump Products has the pumping equipment to keep your home comfortable and your utility systems trouble-free. also offers a full line of portable and standby generators for backup power in the event of a storm. Whether you need a pump for your garden or a generator for your home, has the right equipment for you.  


Well pumps are used to deliver water from a well to a home that is not connected to a municipal water supply. We carry pumps designed to run in shallow, deep well and submersible applications.

  • Shallow Well Pumps are used for a water source within 25 feet of ground level.
  • Deep Well Pumps are used for a water source more than 25 feet under ground.          
  • Submersible Pumps operate underwater, often pushing water up from inside a well.


Irrigation pumps can draw on a municipal water supply or natural source such as a lake or pond and are available in electric or gas-fueled models. Properly sizing an irrigation pump involves measuring your water source pressure (psi) against the flow (gph) and pressure (feet of head) requirements of your watering system and selecting the pump that will most efficiently connect the former to the latter.

  • Lawn Sprinkler Pumps are commonly used to pump water from sources with fluctuating water levels. They operate by directing water down an intake to cause water lift.


When a plumbing system is set lower than a municipal sewer line, sewage pumps are used to pump wastewater from a collection basin up to the main sewer. Pump Products carries residential sewage pumps in a wide variety of configurations.

  • Submersible Sewage Pumps operate underground and are activated by float switches when liquid levels rise.
  • Effluent Pumps transport solids-laden gray water out of septic tanks, sump pits and laundry tray systems. 
  • Toilet Pump Systems incorporate a sewage grinder pump and tank in a toilet unit that forms a self-contained sewer ejector system designed for free-standing installation in small spaces.
  • Sink Pump Systems are small corrosion-resistant pump systems that are popular in utility sink, wet bar, air conditioning, dehumidifier and condensate drainage applications.


Sump pumps eliminate storm water runoff in residential basements, preventing property damage. They are central to residential storm water drainage systems and are available in electric, battery, and water-powered models. Pump Products carries sump pumps in primary, back-up and combination designs.

  • Sump Pumps pump water from a sump pit to a drainage area to keep building interiors dry. Most primary sump pumps are electrically powered.
  • Battery Back-up Pumps kick in when a primary pump stops working due to power failure or breakdown. Some run on deep-cycle maintenance-free marine batteries while others run on traditional acid batteries.
  • Water Powered Sump Pumps do not rely on electrical or battery power but are only appropriate for homes with a consistent (40-100psi) municipal water supply.


Booster pumps are commonly used to maintain water pressure in tall or high-set apartment buildings and homes with poor of fluctuating water pressure. Most residential booster pump systems are installed at the point where a municipal water line enters a building and consist of a pump, motor, pressure tank and controller. 

  • Booster Pumps are available in single stage, multiple stage and manual operating systems.


Pump Products carries a select range of residential pumps for ornamental and occasional applications. Our pond pumps come in a wide range of sizes and configurations. Our fountain pumps are adjustable and many can be used in general applications where liquid must be transferred or recirculated.      

  • Pond Pumps are used to circulate water in a pond. They come in a wide range of sizes and both submersible and external models. Most models can handle small amounts of solids but require regular monitoring for built-up debris.
  • Fountain Pumps are used to pump water through an ornamental fountain or out of a pool or pond. They are sized according to head, or maximum vertical lift, and water volume.