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How deep should the sump pit be?

One to two feet
28%
Two to three feet
28%
Three to four feet
14%
It does not matter
14%
Not sure
14%
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Question: How deep should the sump pit be?
Top Answer (28% of 7 votes): One to two feet.

Answer: Two to three feet
Explanation: It all depends on the amount of water needing to be moved. If you get large amounts of water under the home I would dig a bigger pit.
SDL Plumbing Inc.
Answer: One to two feet
Explanation: Any deeper than two feet may cause the pump to run constantly removing unnecessary water that is not effecting your foundation or basement. Cause premature pump failure
Airtight Design Waterproofing
Answer: One to two feet
Explanation: It depends on model
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