New to this stuff- (I know there's a sump pump question right below this one, but I don't even know if that's what I need) This might go a little long, bear with me, please. My shower/bath drain busted loose and the plumbers say because of the way the drain faces (up against the side wall) and the configuration, they cannot gain access to it without cutting an opening in the side of our house. The problem with this is that I don't have the money to do that right now (and the asbestos siding on the house might cause further issues with who will even attempt it.) I can't keep letting the shower drain under my house, obviously, so I thought for a temporary solution we could shower with the drain stopped up and I could use a pump of some sort to empty the water into the toilet or sink? Something cheap, even a manual pump of some kind would be fine... but before I go searching at the hardware store I thought I might as well ask here what my best option would be? Any help would be great- thanks.