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With the recent news of devastating storms sweeping through the Midwest - one tornado alone left a 2-mile swath of devastation in Oklahoma that killed dozens and leveled an elementary school - residents of the Mid Atlantic have been reminded of Mother Nature's unpredictable temper.
If the past couple of weeks have proven anything, it's that April truly does pack a punch when it comes to rainfall.
As the saying goes, "April showers bring May flowers," and while we are almost coming up on the end of the month, odds are residents of Northern Virginia will likely see a little more rain before the plants outside burst into full bloom.
The repercussions of ignoring your sump pump, especially heading into the next season, could be costly if your home experiences water damage as a result.