Tag: Sanibest Pro

Plumber installs above floor drain-pump and grinder system at riverfront restaurant to comply with FEMA regulations

Mini-Case Study | September 2020
Florida Key West-style restaurant solves flood-plain plumbing challenge with Saniflo’s Sanicom 1 drain pump and three Sanibest Pro heavy-duty grinder systems..

Problem

NEW PORT RICHEY, FLORIDA — The Widow Fletcher’s is an 18,000 square-foot restaurant and bar in the historic community of New Port Richey, which is recognized for its cultural heritage and unique riverfront landscape.

Pittsburgh Real Estate Agency Finds Cost-Effective Way To Plumb Basement Bathroom for Remodeling Project

Mini-Case Study | March 2020
NextHome PPM Realty adds $20,000 in value to home, using Saniflo Sanibest Pro grinder system to create a basement half-bath during renovation project.

Problem

PITTSBURGH, PA — The typical role of a real estate company is to guide homeowners through the buying or selling process. But NextHome PPM Realty is not your average real estate agency.

South Carolina remodeler installs toilet and vanity without the cost of breaking through basement concrete for drainage

Mini-Case Study | October 2019
Clark Home Solutions successfully creates a basement bathroom with the Saniflo Sanibest Pro above-floor grinding system, halving the potential installation costs.

Problem

Homeowners in Lesslie, South Carolina, wanted to convert their 1,300-square-foot unfinished basement into a comfortable living space. They enlisted the help of Zachary Clark, who started out as an odds-and-ends handyman and now owns a one-man professional design, remodeling and repair business: Clark Home Solutions in York, South Carolina.…

Honolulu couple take “leap of faith” to aid local homeless by offering free showers through their mobile hygiene center

Case Study | June 2019
Specialty mobile trailer is equipped with three private baths, each offering a shower, sink and toilet. ADA-compliant chamber uses Sanibest Pro heavy-duty grinder system from Saniflo to pump away black and grey water from the three fixtures.

HONOLULU — Danica Fong-Shoji and her husband Craig Shoji count themselves as “just regular people.” But they routinely do something quite extraordinary — not just once in a while, but several times a month — by way of caring for the less fortunate in their community.…