Yes. In many cases the roof drains are available in your locality, thereby saving you potentially hundreds on product and shipping costs. The sump pans are available on the shopping cart.
Other customers however want a one-stop shopping experience. For this reason we have bundled the roof drains and sump pans into one convenient easy to install pack.
We always recommend having a roofing professional deal with the waterproofing and a plumber deal with the plumbing side of it. This is the same standard that is used when installing other cast iron flat roof drains and sump receivers that are available on the market. You Tube has some excellent videos on the subject.
No. Currently models SSP and SCP fit the Frank Pattern/LSP products roof drains.
The larger sump pans, models LSP and LCP roof drain pans, accept the Zurn Z100 brand roof drains.
Near future plans include plans to include the other brands on the market.
Yes, they are an excellent choice for the very wet climates such as Hawaii, Florida etc. They are special order. Call us or e-mail for pricing, shipping etc.
In that case, we recommend a side outlet roof drain. It is VITAL to make sure that the roof drain outlet is not lower than your existing piping if you are doing a changeout, otherwise you will have reslope the piping.
If you installing new flat roof drains and piping horizontally, make sure that you have adequate room for sloping the pipe toward the termination point. See the link below for full info.
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These roof drain sump pans can be used on new construction or retrofit projects.
Further they can be installed on wood framed, concrete and steel roofs and are FAST and EASY to install.
All of the sump pans accept bottom, side, primary and overflow flat roof drains.
They are available in 18 gauge galvanized steel, aluminum* and stainless steel.
The two smaller roof drain pans fit between joists that are either 16" or 24" on center, no modifications required.
Modern roofing often uses insulation to slope to the roof drains.