If your plan is to add a kitchen, wet bar or laundry room downstairs, there are many considerations for when it comes to your basement plumbing. They must have a water supply, a drain for wastewater, and a place for a vent, if needed. Oftentimes, placing plumbing downstairs as close to plumbing upstairs is the easiest way to tie into your Denver home’s existing system. Our plumbers are both trained and competent enough to install everything properly and are ready to help with your basement.
A sump pump is installed in the basement of Denver homes to collect water and discharge it before it can damage your foundation. If you commonly see moisture in your basement or if you are located on a flood plain, a sump pump might be exactly what you need. There are two types, a pedestal and a submersible. Our plumbers are trained in the installation and repair of both and can install the proper one to fit your home’s needs.
Basement plumbing for toilets in Denver seems complicated. If your existing plumbing is above your basement, how are you supposed to proceed? There are three main types of systems to ensure the process works: pressure-assisted, up-flushing toilets and sewage ejector systems. In pressure-assisted toilets the water fills the tank and is held there under pressure. Up-flushing toilets have blades that shred solid material, eliminating expensive plumbing work down the road. Sewage ejector systems flush wastewater from toilets or washing machines up into existing sewer lines.