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The vast majority of your home’s sanitary pipework is gravity-fed, meaning that your waste flows through pipes that are sloped towards the city sewer system. Occasionally, however, you may need to install a washroom, toilet, or sink in a location that doesn’t allow for easy connection to your home’s main system.
Here are where a sanitary pump can help.
Types of Pumps
You can get a pump that grinds solid waste, known as a macerating pump, or you can get a non-macerating pump. You also have a choice between a standalone pump or one built into a toilet.
Why would you want a pump?
One major advantage of sanitary pumps is that you get to keep your floors intact.
The idea that only the very wealthy can hire a cleaner for their homes is quickly becoming obsolete. Between the lowering cost of cleaning companies and the increased demands on our time, more people are outsourcing this everyday task.
Having someone else clean your home is a big deal. So when choosing a professional, what should you consider?
Stealing happens so before you hire someone, make sure to do a background check. Ask for referrals from people you trust. If you’re hiring a cleaning company rather than an individual cleaner, those background checks should happen as part of their hiring process. Ask about this when researching prospective cleaners.
Most people know about hot and cold water supply piping as well as the drain pipework that takes away the waste. But for the drainage system to work properly, there is another network of piping that allows free flow of waste, known as the plumbing vent system.
What Plumbing Vents Do
Unlike supply piping, drain systems have air in them. To keep the sewage pipes at atmospheric pressure so the waste can flow, they must be open to air. In your house, this is achieved using a system of pipes called the venting system.
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