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You can seal that existing sump pit by removing any existing lid and getting a square of plexiglass bigger than the pit and drill a hole for the pipe and cord and then screwing the plexiglass to the concrete floor with a bead if silicone under it to make the seal.For us now no holes or gaps between the concrete and ground. It has to stop radon gas. Even sump pump pits and pipes have to be sealed 100%. That opens up a can of worms working on existing diy sump pits. There's no way of sealing them unless a full replacement and people are so cheap they expect a 25$ job because they were flooded. They prefer buying a new tv than paying a plumber.
They only hire the CHEAPEST PLUMBER in town because the insurance forces them to have a legit receipt. My sump pump page gets a lot of views from people trying to get info to do it themselves then they call to get dozens of free estimates.
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