Category: Case Studies

Saniflo (Canada) donates cost-saving plumbing solution to local residents whose family fled the Russia-Ukraine invasion

Mini-Case Study | October 2022
With the help of Able Plumbing & Heating, Saskatchewan residents Jeff and Yana Zhdanova add a half-bathroom with the self-contained Sanicompact toilet system in the basement to accommodate their Ukrainian relatives relocating to Canada for safety.

Problem

ESTLIN, SASKATCHEWAN — When news broke of the Russia-Ukraine invasion, Saskatchewan couple Jeff and Yana Zhdanova knew relocating Yana’s family to Canada was imperative. Time was of the essence, as Sumy, Yana’s hometown located approximately 30 kilometers south of the Russian border, was then under direct attack.…

Prince Edward Island homeowners use affordable above-floor plumbing solution for newly renovated Bed & Breakfast

Mini-Case Study | May 2022
Resourceful owner-couple successfully converts multiple bedroom closets into stylish half-baths for its guests without the costly headache of breaking through concrete to create drainage.

Problem

MURRAY RIVER, PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND — Mary Ritchie, a registered veterinary technician and her fiancé Tony Reed, a retired home builder, always wanted to own a bed-and-breakfast. After purchasing a 3,400-square-foot home during the Covid-19 pandemic, the couple moved to Prince Edward Island and made their dream a reality by establishing The Olde Anchor Bed & Breakfast.

Albanese Mechanical installs Saniflo duplex vortex lift station at historic Yukon riverfront hotel to handle multiple plumbing fixtures

Mini-Case Study | June 2021
Contractor Bryan Albanese overcomes unique plumbing challenge at the Edgewater Hotel by installing a Saniflo Sanicubic 2 Vortex to reroute drainage from 29 different plumbing fixtures, while minimizing downtime and keeping the hotel operational.

Problem

WHITEHORSE, YUKON — The historic Edgewater Hotel overlooks the majestic Yukon River, with a lineage tracing back to the Klondike Gold Rush. This particular gold rush between 1896 and 1899 involved a migration by an estimated 100,000 prospectors to the Klondike region of the Yukon in northwestern Canada.…