A building supply or good hardware store should be able to sell you a toilet cap to bolt in place of a toilet with a good gasket to keep out smells and avoid back ups.
No, trap is integral part of toilet bowl.
by using a saniflo and pump
Hey is the guy on the toilet
Is there a bathroom or rough-in already there?
All toilets have to be tied to a vent,
There is a blockage in the waste line. Have you flushed the basement toilet to see what happens? Try running the upstairs shower and see what happens. (use two persons , one up stairs, one downstairs so you can control the amount of water that rises in the toilet.) There should be a "clean out" cap somewhere downstairs near the point where the waste line exits the house. It is here that one would "snake" the line. The other possibility is the water level in the downstairs toilet is lower than the level of the waste line exit. This means that the point of exit of the line is physically higher than the toilet. The only remedy for this is to raise the toilet to above the height or replumb the toilet into a waste pump that evacuates upwards to a point slightly higher than the waste line. This is the most common set-up in a "basement" toilet. The toilet evacuates into a point lower than the floor. The waste pump or grinder pump then pumps the waste upwards than gravity allows it to evacuate normally. The benefit is that the waste pump creates a separate system for the basement toilet. Y-THINK-Y
That would make for an awfully low toilet.
There is no basement of the Old Chateau.
You can build a platform to raise the toilet enough to connect to it or get a wall mount toilet and frame a wall to hang it from.
Maximum distance of the toilet to the drain is 6 metres (20 feet). The angle of drop is set by the branch at 112 1/2o, which equates to about 1/4" of drop per foot.
Most Likely, your pipes are all hooked up in the same system. all the pipes travel to the basement most likely.
because the upstairs toilet drain was clogged up.
Take the toilet off and check the WAX RING..replace the wax ring
The toilet is the lowest point, fluids seeks the lowest level, other sewage is coming up through your basement toilet. The system might be installed wrong or there is a blockage in some discharge pipes. Call a plumber, it can be really bad, when I was a kid we had our whole basement flooded with two feet of raw sewage after a big rain storm.
Sani Flow system if not able to get gravity drainage.
Supply and installation about -600.
My basement flooring is getting old and out of date, what companies supply basement flooring?
Sure ... might require some special pumps and plumbing, but it could be done.
yes, but you need to buy a reverse toilet (one that flushes upwards).
Sounds like you main drain is leaking in the basement.
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a toilet is about 50 millon years old even though they were not always flushing but they are 50millon years old kayleigh i don't agree that a toilet is 50millon years i think a toilet is about how long you had it for example:if you had a toilet for 5 years then the toilet is about 5 years
i think that's "Don't go into the Basement"
This could be an indication of a blockage or you may need to install more venting lines.
Should be individually vented