Welcome to yet another blog from South London Kitchen and Bathroom fitters.
This time we’ll take a look in to the kitchen island and what possible barriers can come across when you consider fitting one.
If you are fortunate enough to have a huge kitchen and the time has come to fit a new one, chances are that you are considering to get a kitchen island fitted as part of your kitchen installation.
Depending on size, kitchen island can be like mini kitchen in the kitchen. It can host all the appliances, serve as a breakfast bar for your family as well as be main food preparation and cooking area.
It is relatively easy to run services such as water, gas or electricity into the kitchen island. Problems arise when you need to run services out. Yes, you’ve guessed it, it’s a waste water drain.
Unless your kitchen island waste pipe has already been installed, you’ll need to find the way to run it out. Quite often, the only way to do that will be the kitchen waste pump.
Kitchen pumps are great gadgets. They push waste water many meters from your kitchen island away horizontally and up vertically until it reaches main waste pipe or stack. So, problem is sorted.
Please note that if you live in a block of flats, you’ll need to obtain managing agents consent before installing waste pump.
I hope that this blog will shed the light on to subject. If you still have any questions, please give a call to South London Kitchen and Bathroom fitters and we’ll be happy to assist you further.