Saniflo offers a full line of basement toilet pumps which makes adding a basement bathroom easy and affordable. It’s a wise move.. According to Better Home and Gardens, homeowners typically earn a return-on-investment of seventy-five cents on the dollar for basement remodel projects.
This means that installing a toilet in your basement (like the SaniAccess3 pictured above) could easily boost the value of your home and make your basement more functional. Saniflo Depot has a variety of basement toilets to choose from and shopping through them can help you narrow down what you're looking for and make a smart purchasing decision!
Installing a Toilet System in Your Basement
Installing your downstairs toilet and basement bathroom pump is a simple process. Saniflo macerating toilet pumps are straightforward and well-suited to full-bathroom installs and will function just like a standard toilet once they’re in place.
Some Saniflo toilets, such as the SaniAccess 3, include modular compartments that allow you instant access to the motor, which makes clearing potential clogs simple and straightforward. If you choose not to install one of your own basement bathroom pumps, it’s easy to find a professional plumber to help you with the job.
What’s the Best Basement Toilet System for You?
The type of basement toilet you choose will depend, in large part, on your priorities and use intentions. While most Saniflo basement bathroom pumps can handle heavy use and are simple to install, some are well-suited to half bathrooms while others are ideal for full bathrooms.
The SaniPLUS, SaniACCESS 3, and SaniBEST pumps, for example, are ideal for full-bathroom installs. The SaniPLUS model is one of our best-selling pumps, and customers love it because it’s quiet and durable.
If you’d prefer something that’s better for a half-bathroom install, look into the SaniCOMPACT model, which offers a self-contained toilet unit and hidden pump. It’s also the only model that self-vents, making the installation all the more easier.
Basement toilet pumps come in all shapes and sizes, including elongated, round, or compact seats. So be sure you’re doing your research before you drop in on your next toilet system. The more research you do before purchasing a unit, the better able you’ll be to make a smart purchasing decision.
The SaniAccess3 pictured above moves the pump behind a wall with use of the Saniflo extension pipe. Here's what the same system without an extension pipe looks like:
If you need additional assistance, don’t hesitate to contact our Saniflo specialists. We’re here to help you.