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If you are in need of lift station repair or a new lift station installation Central MO All Service Plumbing have over 25 years of knowledge and experience to get the job done right. We provide service throughout the Lake area.

Serving the Entire Lake of the Ozarks Including Osage Beach, Eldon, Camdenton, Laurie, and Lake Ozark

Call Today: 573-964-5331

Lift Station Repair

Lift station repair is typically something that needs to be addressed fairly quickly which is why we offer timely service and repair. However, we also perform scheduled service repairs.  Regardless of the type of repair you need for your lift station, it is important to have a qualified and licensed repair company perform the repair. 

Central MO All Service Plumbing is licensed, insured and has over 25 years of experience needed to address your lift station repair needs including:

  • Pipe Repair and Replacement
  • Pump and Motor Repair/Replacement
  • Valve Repair and Replacement
  • New Lift Station Installation


In areas where certain land elevations will not accommodate a gravity fed sewer system, a lift station is the typical solution. Lift stations can be found in both residential and commercial applications and are sized by engineers to ensure the specific application meets the needs required. Here is an article that simply explains the function of lift stations. For more detail on your particular application, talk to the lift station professionals at Central MO All Service Plumbing.
http://www.cudahynow.com/blogs/communityblogs/203714141.htmlOur years of experience provide you with a complete resource for lift station installation, replacement and repair.


Some Big Culprits In Lift Station Over Flows


With over 25 years experience the lift station experts at Central MO All Service Plumbing have seen just about every lift station problem known. Some of the most common reasons for lift stations to overflow is that people throw things down the toilet that just don't belong! We never mean to be indelicate but if it isn't one of the Three Ps - Pee, Poop, or (Toilet) Paper, don't flush it. That goes for the so-called "Flushable Wipes" also...DON'T FLUSH THEM, THEY ARE NOT REALLY FLUSHABLE; they do not process through the grinder pumps the same as toilet paper and will clog them up. Here is a list of big no-no's for your lift station...


  • Cleaning Wipes
  • Baby Wipes
  • Bathroom Wipes (even if they say they are flushable!)
  • Disposable Diapers
  • Q-Tips
  • Feminine Sanitary Products including Tampons (even if they say they are flushable - the strings clog the pumps!)
  • Cloth Rags, Towels, and Diapers
  • Undergarments
  • Condoms




















Lift Station Quarterly Maintenance Program


The lift station experts at Central MO All Service Plumbing offer a quarterly lift station maintenance program. Many area condominium developments and subdivisions that have lift stations and treatment plants partake in this program to make sure their systems are performing at the optimum level and to avoid expensive breakdowns. Here are some of the things that are on our checklist.

  • Inspection of submersible pumps should be performed quarterly. Inspection of the impeller should be performed quarterly or when motor hours are not within specifications. The inspections would assure that the impeller is free of debris or any other clogging material.
  • Inspection and greasing of the check valves should be performed at least twice a year to insure proper working order and to prevent back-flow from the force main to the wet well.
  • Cleaning and inspections of floats four times a year assure proper performance. The buildup of grease prevents floats from working properly.
  • Inspection of the light and alarm systems should be performed. An alarm system in working order can alert you to problems immediately.
  • An inspection of all electrical motor control equipment to find poor connections and worn parts should be performed semi-annually.
  • Inspection and Cleaning of the basin, clean-outs, and covers should be performed to prevent build-up. In high corrosion prone environments all moving parts should be operated and greased if necessary to ensure mechanical components are not at risk of failure.


Call Central MO All Service Plumbing for all of your lift station sales, service, and quarterly maintenance needs

Lift Station Installation, Repair & Maintenance