1930 sears home floor drain basement

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  1. Catch66

    Catch66 New Member

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    Missouri
    grandson purchased home last year
    Floor drain in basement only One.
    However by putting a flat board over drain and measuring to floor drain
    nearly 5” with cement tapering from
    a 3’ circumfrance.
    Might there be a extension that can be added onto existing then we can level floor with a slight slope.
     
  2. Terry

    Terry Administrator Staff Member

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    Bothell, Washington
    It kind of depends on the floor drain you have. If you're leveling anyway, you could replace or raise what you have by breaking out some concrete.
     
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