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Old 02-25-2008, 10:45 AM   #1
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I am installing a saniflo saniplus system in my basement. The guy from saniflo said I can vent this out of the side of my house. That seems incorrect. Any advice would help. Thanks

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Yes, if it's easier and less expensive, you can vent plumbing through a wall, but you need to carry the vent pipe on up to the eave or roof, which is probably what he really meant.
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I agree with Mike. It is still a vent line and needs to end above the house. If not, you would soon be smelling sew gas coming in through the windows and doors.
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