Anybody have Saniflo products?
I am thinking of making an offer on the 200 year old house with the toilet in the stairwell, which is behind the house proper. (These are row houses with rooms in front and a narrower wing in back that is all stairwell).
The adjacent third floor bedroom, which is in front and to one side of this lone toilet cubicle would be the best place for an additional full bath. However, the pitch of the existing horizontal stack would raise it above the floor level with the additional length. (Pic in "what do you think of this plumbing?") thread.
Does anyone have experience with the Saniflo macerating pumps that allow bathrooms to be put in basements and remote from stacks? It would only be a few feet to this stack but without something like this the entire stack might need to be changed.
As an aside I looked at the house again during an open house and the other people were discussing with the agent about how much money and effort it would take to gut the entire back of the house to get "halfway decent" stairs, kitchen and bathrooms inot the house...
Here is a link that might be useful: Saniflow toilets and macerating pumps.