Help homeowners turn attics and basements into bathrooms with a lifting station

Attics and basements are often overlooked spaces filled with forgotten items and tangled wires. But with the right approach and the help of Grundfos SOLOLIFT2, you can help homeowners create a new bathroom without breaking the bank.

Adding a toilet to a loft is a fantastic idea, providing convenience and eliminating the need to venture downstairs in the middle of the night. However, toilet installation – be it in the attic, the basement or anywhere else in the house – requires your knowledge about installation best practices.

Simple installation

Traditionally, positioning a loft toilet has depended on the location of existing toilets downstairs. With the Grundfos SOLOLIFT2 wastewater pump this is no longer an issue. All it takes is a room, electricity, and an adequate water supply and the lifting station will pump the wastewater to the nearest drainage stack, even if it's located far away. This means a simpler installation process for you – and less cost to the homeowner.

With SOLOLIFT2, you can help homeowners create a fully functional bathroom in the attic or an extra toilet in the basement. Five variants allow for flexible placement, regardless of the existing plumbing infrastructure.

Your experience is needed

When placing a bathroom in an attic, the homeowner must seek advice from a professional to determine if the upper floor can handle the weight and pressure of a tub, vanity, toilet, and sink. Once that and other construction parameters are clear, this is where your expertise regarding the design of the actual plumbing installations comes into play.

Many homeowners are simply not aware of the unhidden possibilities provided by a SOLOLIFT2 lifting station. So, next time you talk with homeowners who are considering or may already have started refurbishing their house, mention SOLOLIFT2. It could be a turning point for the homeowner – and a new way of growing your business.