The best defense against a basement toilet that can’t quite defy gravity is an upflush toilet, such as the ones made by Saniflo. But with many homes still sporting their original plumbing and with many renovators and remodelers slow to jump on the macerating, pressure assisted toilets bandwagon, basement toilet disasters are still happening. Don’t believe us? Check out these horrific episodes of basement toilets gone bad – some of which could’ve been prevented by an upflush toilet. You’ve been warned.
Adding a new toilet to any room in your home can be an impossible feat. Not only is it necessary to break floors and install complex plumbing, but you’ll also have to find a way to connect your new bathroom plumbing to your current main drainpipe, which may be too far away.
While you may think that adding a new bathroom to a tricky space will never happen, there’s an easy and affordable way to get around bathroom plumbing problems: Saniflo up flush toilets. Saniflo up flush toilets are innovative, inexpensive, and can be installed in almost any area in your house regardless of how your current plumbing system is set up.