Hey everybody. My wife and I just purchased a new construction walkout a couple months ago. In the past couple weeks we've had a good amount of snow/rain followed by warmer temps. At first our pump was running about every 3 minutes or so. After our most recent snowstorm about a week ago, it's increased to pumping every 30 seconds for the last seven days straight. There is a steady flow of water into the pit. Fills up very quickly. We've had warmer temps the past few days so the snow is pretty much all melted and the ground is beginning to thaw. Initially I assumed that was the reason for the constant inflow of water. I went around to a few of our neighbors houses next to us to see if they were pumping just as much, but was surprised to see they have no water being pumped out. Don't even have a drainage hose attached to the house! I just don't understand how our house is pumping constantly, but these other homes don't even have a sump pump running. And every house down our side of the street is at the exact same level and all are walkouts just like ours, so it's not like our property is any lower than theirs. I guess I just don't know how that's possible. They have to be experiencing the same amount of melting and thawing as us, but they don't even need a pump running and ours is filling up and pumping like there's a flood outside? Can anyone explain why this might be happening at just our house? Thanks.