basement floor drain

  1. Kevin121

    Standing water in basement drain

    Hi all - I have a basement drain that connects to my home's footer drain pipe, which is daylighted below the house (does not connect to our septic system). I noticed that I always seem to have a constant amount of water in the pipe, no matter how much water I flush down the drain. The home is...
  2. 237user

    Basement Floor Drain

    Hi Best way to remove this in order to replace it with something nicer?
  3. Abubakar Omar

    Sewage backup in basement

    There’s a sewage pipe leading up from my basement floor and it got backed up somehow. There was just a deep pile of feces sitting there. After cleaning it up a bit, upon further inspection there’s a crack in the concrete that the sewage is going into. I’d like to know what’s causing the backup...
  4. Douglas Barnes

    Basement Floor Drain requirements

    Hi everyone. Although Ive plumbed a few homes over 10 years ago inthe state of Missouri, I am embarrased to say that. Cannot rememberome requirements for a basement main floor drain. I have a 4” main stack which goes across the basement floor. I am wyeing in a 3” line for a floor drain with P...
  5. Chad Wendt

    Basement drain

    Recently had a flooded basement and the floor drain didn't allow water to drain. I cleaned the mess and tried to snake it with no success. I pumped water through the other end (leads to sump pump) and the water flows up through the drain but will not drain down. I am thoroughly confused on how...
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