Thinking about buying an Everbuilt sump pump for your basement? Our team of pump experts researched and reviewed the top five ever built pumps to see if they are a good buy. Keep reading to find reviews of each pump plus a buyers guide to help you choose the right model.
In this guide we’ll take a look at the top rates Everbilt sump pumps:
The Best Everbilt Sump Pump – Everbilt 1/2 HP
Want the best of the best. We think the Everbuilt 1/2 HP is the best Everbilt sump. It has a powerful 1/2 HP motor and is designed for long run times – plus has a powerful motor that can handle a large workload.
- 1/2 horsepower motor
- Good for homes with medium to large amounts of sump water
- Made of stainless steel and cast iron
Everbilt 1/3 HP
Smaller homes and crawl spaces that are in low waterflow areas can use a smaller pump like the Everbilt 1/3 HP. The model has all the same features as the larger sump pump but a smaller internal motor – which is better for pumping smaller amounts of water.
- 1/3 horsepower motor
- Fits 1 1/2″ NPT lines
- Pumps 2200 gallons per hour at 10′ head height
- Activated by tethered float switch
- Works while totally submersed in water
Everbilt 3/4 HP
For homes that receive lots of water in the sump pit we recommend the 3/4 HP pump. It is the most powerful pump that Everbilt make and has a cast iron body.
- 3/4 horsepower motor
- Cast iron exterior shell with thermal protection
- Activated by vertical float switch
- Pumps 4320 gallons per hour at 10′ head height
- Fits 10″ diameter basins
Everbilt 3/10 HP
This model has a 3/10 HP PSC motor housed inside a corrosion resistant stainless steel body. The motor has an internal vortex impeller to prevent clogs and push solids down the line.
- 3/10 horsepower motor
- Cast iron and stainless steel body
- Handles solids up to 1/2″
- Corrosion resistant body with epoxy finish
- Pump 2150 gallons of water per hours at 10′ head height
Everbilt 1/2 HP Pedestal Sump Pump
Pedestal pumps like this Everbilt 1/2 HP model are a good choice for crawl spaces where space is tight. This sump pump has just as much power as the submersible version except the motor is above the water line.
- 1/2 horsepower motor
- Fits 1 1/2″ or 1 1/4″ NPT discharge lines
- Aluminum body with thermal protection
- Pump 3420 gallons of water per hour at 10′ head height
How to Pick
Not sure how to pick the right pump. We recommend using this checklist to make sure you find the perfect pump for your basement.
- Pick the right horsepower – The most important thing to consider when picking a new pump is the pump power. Getting too small of a motor can cause a flood and too powerful of a motor will burn out quickly. Review the gallons per hour of water you expect to enter your pit during a heavy rainstorm.
- Find the right price – Budget is always on every homeowner’s mind. Make sure that you stay within your price range and also remember to include a backup pump, battery, and alarm.