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beyonddesigns

06:33AM | 05/25/06
Member Since: 05/24/06
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Bvplumbing
Hi, I have a sink in my basement where my washing machine needs to drain. However, the problem is that the main system drainage is located above the sink. I have been told that I could easily use an upflush system from SANIVITE http://www.upflushtoilet.com/index.html

to resolve my problem. I am also thinking in adding a half bath and they seem to have the "easy and most effective" system for the upflush toilet installation as well. Please let me know your thoughts about it, and how reliable you think this system may be.

Thanks, Martha

Sylvan

08:22AM | 05/25/06
Member Since: 01/24/06
1566 lifetime posts
Me_office1
I personally would go with a sewer ejector possibly a duplex system if possible.

Then you can add on a bath tub, shower, laundry room sink and toilet

beyonddesigns

09:10AM | 05/25/06
Member Since: 05/24/06
2 lifetime posts
Why do you recommend the sewer ejector system over the upflush system? Do I need to escavate on ground and wall concrete to get the ejector system installed? how much do you think the cost might run? Thank you so much for your initial recomendation and your time. It is greatly appreciated.

Martha

Sylvan

03:17PM | 05/25/06
Member Since: 01/24/06
1566 lifetime posts
Me_office1
I like the idea of having all the waste enter one pumping station as the sump is out of sight and more fixtures can be added if needed.

This way if the toilet should have to be replaced your still with a sewer ejector system
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