If you’re wondering how you can ever achieve the outcome you really want, enter Saniflo, with its sophisticated, state-of-the-art plumbing solution that allows you to situate your new bathroom in locations too hard or expensive to plumb using traditional techniques.
Today’s bathrooms are not what they used to be. In many homes, they’re now a statement of luxury and comfort. Best of all, superbly designed bathrooms are springing up in places you may not expect them — adjoining alfresco dining areas, in granny flats and guest suites — even in garages or “man caves”. Sadly, plumbing challenges often get in the way of builders or renovators achieving their dream design outcome. You may have been told that your dream bathroom is too far from the plumbing mains. Perhaps you’ve planned a bathroom that’s below the level of the mains. Or maybe the task of achieving a traditional plumbing outcome is too destructive, complex or expensive.
Saniflo’s quiet, state-of-the-art, concealable macerator pump system can transport waste water up to 5m vertically or up to 50m horizontally — easily reaching your nearest plumbing mains. And because it enables the use of small-diameter uPVC waste pipes (just 20mm in diameter), it minimises the amount of disruption to existing structures.
It brings your dream of that extra ensuite, alfresco, swimming pool or guest bathroom into design and cost reality. The location of your bathroom is now limited only by your imagination. Saniflo macerator pumps have been used extensively throughout Europe since 1958. They’re superbly reliable, quiet and can be easily concealed within wall cavities or in cabinets. Saniflo products come with a two-year warranty and can operate with water temperatures of up to 40 degrees. Best of all, the time and money you save can be invested in buying the luxury bathroom fittings you’ve always dreamed of. So no matter where you plan to put your bathroom, nothing is impossible with Saniflo.
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Originally from Bathroom Yearbook magazine, Volume 18