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Model # SF20

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Store SO SKU # 1000058313

18 in. x 22 in. Sump Pump Basin

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  • Heavy duty, ultra strong, will not flex or collapse
  • Covers can be bolted to basin providing safety
  • Gas and radon tight when used with Model # SF2000E
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About This Product

For sump applications, the Everbilt 18 in. x 22 in. Sump Pump Basin is designed to hold a sump pump. It is ideal for basement applications where a submersible or pedestal sump pump is required. The basin is injection molded structural foam polyethylene and provides superior structural toughness and reliability. The rim of the basin includes pre-drilled holes with metal inserts to accept the mounting and securing of a cover. The cover for the basin is sold separately. The basin has a 22 Gal. capacity.

Highlights

  • 18 in. Dia x 22 in. deep
  • Industry's toughest sump basin
  • Use for sump applications
  • Heavy duty construction
  • Injection molded structural foam polyethylene
  • Cover mounting inserts included on basin
  • Cover sold separately
  • Return Policy

Product Information

Internet # 204733081

Model # SF20

Store SKU # 1000027544

Store SO SKU #1000058313

Specifications

Dimensions: H 22 in, W 21 in, D 22 in

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)22 inProduct Height (in.)22 in
Product Width (in.)21 in

Details

Brand CompatibilityCompatible with Everbilt 18" diameter sump basin coversPack Size1
Product Weight (lb.)12 lbReturnable90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer WarrantyWarranted to the original consumer purchaser to be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of one-year from the date of purchase.

Questions & Answers

52Questions
caret
Q:So how do we cover/seal the open slot where pipe comes through?
by|Jan 28, 2024
1 Answer
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A:  Hello Kenneth. You can use our 4 in. Molded Basin Inlet Hub, Home Depot Internet # 300460483 SKU, Model # SIH-4 available on The Home Depot website. You can also use the inlet hub included in the Everbilt 18 in. Basin Cover for Sump and Sewage Basins, Home Depot Store SKU # 100002754, Model # SF2000E.

by|Jan 29, 2024
    caret
    Q:How to dig through concrete floor?
    by|Nov 2, 2023
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    A:  Hello Morey. We are not in a position to answer this question. We suggest you call a licensed plumber or basement waterproofing contractor.

    by|Dec 1, 2023
      1 found this answer helpful
      caret
      Q:is this basin perforated?
      by|Aug 11, 2023
      2 Answers
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      A:  Hi Doug. This basin is not perforated, but our Model SF20-DR is perforated and it is available at thehomedepot.com.

      by|Feb 29, 2024
        2 found this answer helpful

        A:  No it is not perforated.

        by|Aug 12, 2023
          1 found this answer helpful
          caret
          Q:Could this be used outside in the backyard? If not, is there a sump basin specifically designed for outdoor use.
          by|May 24, 2023
          1 Answer
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          A:  Hello DIYperson. This basin can be used for outdoor applications.

          by|Feb 17, 2024
            2 found this answer helpful
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            Customer Reviews

            4.8 out of 5
            • 4.8 out of 228 reviews
            • 99% recommend this product
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            They work good, thicker sides than the others- pre-slit ones. I prefer drill my own holes for weeping in the water and I throw few 4” screws threw sides into gravel hold them down if your hole is drier during install. Not always that lucky. Hole saw cut clean through sides. Easy to plumb other crocs drains into.
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            It works perfect for what I need it. I have cut the bottom off and used the remaining part of the...
            It works perfect for what I need it. I have cut the bottom off and used the remaining part of the basin as an extension of the culvert under my driveway. Fabulous :-D
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            Response from JackelJul 5, 2020
            Hello Smoothguitar. Thank you for the 5 Star Review. We are happy to hear our basin met your needs! Jackel
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            Very Sturdy
            I purchased this sump basin to install in a basement window well prone to flooding during prolonged hard rains. No complaints about the quality of this sump and no concerns about it being able to survive our severe winter climate. This thing is tough enough to take the abuse of being installed in the ground outdoors even in this northern climate. The addition of a cover will keep snow and ice out of it during the winter season. I drilled twelve 1/4” holes along the sides of the sump basin and four 1/2” holes in the bottom, wrapped it in landscape cloth, set it on 4” of gravel and surrounded it with approximately 4” of gravel to within 3” from the top - 450 pounds of gravel. Although the bottom holes should allow the sump to eventually completely drain, I plan on removing the pump in late fall and reinstalling it in early spring to assure that there is no freeze damage to the pump over the winter.
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            Response from JackelMay 7, 2020
            Hi BC1016. Thank you for the 5 Star Review and kind words! We really appreciate your detailed application description! We are sure that our sump basin will serve you well for many, many years! Jackel
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              4 found this review helpful
              Sturdy, good construction, thick material, looks like it will last forever (which is what is expe...
              Sturdy, good construction, thick material, looks like it will last forever (which is what is expected). I took 5 minutes and drilled my own holes in it and saved $20.
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              Response from JackelApr 11, 2019
              Hello leorumthug. Thanks for the review. We appreciate your business. Jackel
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              The Everbilt Sump Pump Basin PERFECTLY fit into our builder's preconfigured designated sump pump ...
              The Everbilt Sump Pump Basin PERFECTLY fit into our builder's preconfigured designated sump pump area. It's heavy duty construction combined with the recommended HD sump pump leave me worry-free.
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              Response from JackelNov 7, 2018
              Hi 1GreatDane. Thanks for the great review! We really appreciate it! Jackel
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              1 found this review helpful
              Perfect sized basin and it comes as a watertight container, meaning there are no holes preset for...
              Perfect sized basin and it comes as a watertight container, meaning there are no holes preset for you to use. No thin wall sections to simplify making a hole. I wanted to make my own sized holes at the level I wanted them, so this was a big reason why I chose this basin.
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              Response from JackelSep 11, 2018
              HI RDavid. Thanks for the kind words and great review! We really appreciate it. Jackel
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              2 found this review helpful
              I had a basement that would get wet every time the snow melted and I was tired of it. So here's w...
              I had a basement that would get wet every time the snow melted and I was tired of it. So here's what I did to correct it: I started by repairing the holes in the wall with Water Stop from Home Depot. Then, I painted the walls with DRYLOK Extreme - also from Home Depot. But I knew that with my luck, the water might still ooze up through the floor so put down a poly vapor barrier and poured a new floor. Before I did that though, I decided that I needed a Plan B. So, in the unlikely event that water ever came back, I installed a floor drain, a 2" PVC pipe and this Everbilt Sump Pump Basin, all from Home Depot. I considered it to be VERY inexpensive insurance and I'm so glad I did this. Once I repaint the walls and then paint the floor, no one will even notice the sump pump basin in the floor. It will all blend in. Cutting the hole in the basin was easy. I just used a hand-held sabre saw and was able to place the hole exactly where I wanted it to be.
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              Response from JackelMar 14, 2018
              Hi WiseShopper. Thanks for their review. We appreciate your business. Jackel
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              4 found this review helpful
              Builder Sump Pump couldn't keep up. Set new basin with...
              Builder Sump Pump couldn't keep up. Set new basin with pump in egress basement window to relieve the hydraulic water pressure off basement walls. It's a beautiful thing now, no more problems. The wife is happy, therefore I'm happy.
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              Response from JackelOct 12, 2017
              Hi strikeking coop. Thanks for the review. We appreciate your business. Jackel
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              5 found this review helpful
              This product work great I also purchased the top separately that bolts to the basin It was made o...
              This product work great I also purchased the top separately that bolts to the basin It was made of thick plastic and is a quality product
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              2 found this review helpful
              I used the basin in my crawl space. It's made of thick walled plastic, which makes it tough but s...
              I used the basin in my crawl space. It's made of thick walled plastic, which makes it tough but still easy to work with. I drilled about 50 or so 1/2" holes into the bottom and sides, covered them with filter fabric and used stretch metal to hold it in place.
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