Renovating A Bath Or Kitchen? Don’t Be Afraid To Move the Plumbing
Posted on February 28, 2018
If you’re in the midst of a renovation, or in the research phase, you’ve probably already determined one thing: renovations are pricey! So, it should go without saying, if you’re going to invest in your home, the end result should be exactly what you want. And to do that, sometimes you must relocate the plumbing.
In the bathroom …
Whether you’re hoping to rearrange the layout of the sink, the shower, the toilet, or all three, it’s important to know that in the bathroom, every individual fixture relies on proper plumbing … not only to perform optimally, but to also be compatible with other fixtures when used simultaneously. Your bathroom’s network of pipes, and the location of vertical ducts, should be taken into consideration prior to making any changes.
In the kitchen …
Kitchen remodels usually involve revamping a layout that just doesn’t work, and that often means moving or extending existing plumbing. Relocating appliances and sinks obviously changes the scope of the project. However, moving water is not a major issue, thanks to plastic plumbing. Unlike copper plumbing, which is harder and more time-consuming to manipulate, plastic tubing is flexible and can run through voids in the floor, and around corners.
Relocating or extending plumbing during a remodeling project can be complicated. Fortunately, Raider Rooter is experienced in rearranging your plumbing for utmost convenience and flow. Since 1978, Raider Rooter has been providing South Florida with reliable, affordable and high-quality plumbing services.
If you’re looking to customize your home’s plumbing, send us an email or give us a call at 866.6RAIDER. We tackle the issues and offer simple solutions to ensure your project runs smoothly. Let us put our expertise to work for you.