Image Gallery: Saniflo News Release – Brentwood, TN (SF0709)

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One of the two bathrooms created in the basement of the Brentwood, Tennessee, home of Daniel Pitman and his partner Duane Enoch. The macerating unit for both baths is concealed behind the wall, so that the room appears no different than a conventional bathroom.

 

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One of the two bathrooms created in the basement of the Brentwood, Tennessee, home of Daniel Pitman and his partner Duane Enoch. The macerating unit for both baths is concealed behind the wall, so that the room appears no different than a conventional bathroom.

     

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One of the two bathrooms created in the basement of the Brentwood, Tennessee, home of Daniel Pitman and his partner Duane Enoch. The macerating unit for both baths is concealed behind the wall, so that the room appears no different than a conventional bathroom.

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One of the two bathrooms created in the basement of the Brentwood, Tennessee, home of Daniel Pitman and his partner Duane Enoch. The macerating unit for both baths is concealed behind the wall, so that the room appears no different than a conventional bathroom.

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One of the two basement bedrooms.

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The second basement bathroom, again with the Saniflo macerating unit concealed behind the wall.

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The second basement bathroom, again with the Saniflo macerating unit concealed behind the wall.

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Shown in front of their Brentwood, Tennessee, home are Duane Enoch (far left), Daniel Pitman (far right) and Enoch’s great-aunt Alice Byram (left) and grandmother Dottie Roberts.

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Shown in front of their Brentwood, Tennessee, home are Duane Enoch (far left), Daniel Pitman (far right) and Enoch’s great-aunt Alice Byram (left) and grandmother Dottie Roberts.

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Duane Enoch (left) and Daniel Pitman shown turned an existing, 6,300-square-foot residence in Brentwood, Tennessee, into their dream home by converting a 2,400-square-foot, unfinished basement into separate, but spacious accommodations for Enoch's aunt and grandmother.

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Daniel Pitman (left) and Duane Enoch in their newly finished basement, which includes a living room, a kitchen, a laundry room, two bedrooms and two baths. “I see a lot of basements in my work,” says Pitman, a real estate professional. “Too often, they remain unused, wasting perfectly good space and valuable real estate.”

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Front elevation views of the Brentwood, Tennessee, home.

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Front elevation views of the Brentwood, Tennessee, home.

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Front elevation views of the Brentwood, Tennessee, home.

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Basement living room. Duane Enoch’s aunt and grandmother “have their own entrance, kitchen, and laundry room — even a fireplace,” he says of the sub-level “home” designed for his two relatives.

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Basement laundry room.

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Basement kitchen: Kitchen sink, dishwasher and the washing machine in the laundry room all drain into a Saniflo Sanivite gray water pumping system.

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Second basement bedroom.