|Posted by ed on March 06, 2002 at 18:05:49:|
|In response to Re: Tie-in to sewage line|
: : : : I am planning an addition off the back of the house, and with the new bathroom there is an issue of the drainage being lower than the existing sewage line in the front of the house. Other than running the drainage down the outside of the house to tie-into the lowest point close to the street (which is about 150 feet) and ripping up the concrete along the side, is there another more reasonable alternative in terms of cost?
: : : : Thanks!
: : Your only alternative is running drains into a sump barrel with an ejector pump to lift it to your existing drainage.
: Thank you. Is that a more cost effective way to handle the issue? Can you recommend a system? Are there common problems associated with that type of system, such as noise, frequent replacement, malfunction, etc?
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