If you think about it, if your holes are below the trigger point of your sump pump (pump works on a float basis), then any water coming in from above will just leak out of the holes near the bottom of your basin. Having holes only above the turn-on point of the sump pump makes this most sense in this scenario. Of course if it's going in a very wet area that is going to see significant water down deep, then it probably makes sense to put holes down low. I would suggest drilling the holes up high first and see how it works. You can always easily drill more holes low, but it's much harder to plug holes you may have drilled by mistake.
Date de publication: 2020-10-10