Hello all. I'm a fairly new homeowner. I purchased a ranch that sits on about 3 acres of land... This house has had its fair share of issues for only being 9 years old. It has a basement with two sump pumps. One I'm sure is connected into the septic system and the other I believe is intended to divert water that is collected beneath the house? Anyhow, I have replaced my sump pump for my second time. * I was lucky to purchase a pump with a lifetime warranty the last go. * The sump basin is almost always full of water. Would it be safe to say there is a clog somewhere in the pipe going outside of my property or even a hole that is causing the water to just filter back into the basement? My pumps can barely keep up with the constant flow of water going into the sump basin. There have been occasions where the electric has gone out, and the basement will flood. (Im planning to get a back up pump but that is another story all together.) I know that water problems should be corrected from the outside in. So I have made sure to clean my gutters, clear any derbies from the connecting gutter outlets and made sure everything is properly diverted away from the house. This has actually helped to keep water from entering into the basement while the electric is out. However, I still seem to have a consistent flow of water in the sump basin. Any suggestions on how I can remediate this problem is much appreciated!