Remodeling is a lot like moving – nobody wants to do it more than once. You get into it and you find issues you didn’t know you had. When you’re remodeling, you want to consider all aspects of plumbing underneath your floor and in your walls so that you don’t get into trouble.
It’s easy for homeowners to want to cut corners, because it digs into their pocketbooks. No one wants to pay more money than they thought they were going to pay. They still want the cosmetic things, so they cut corners when it comes to plumbing. But the inside is what counts.
You can either pay a plumber now or pay one later. And nine times out of ten, it’s going to cost more later. If you are doing a bathroom remodel, you have dust all through your house and everything is torn up. The last thing you want to do is go through that again.
When you put new pipes in, make sure they are connected correctly. You’ll need a professional plumber to ensure that’s established. If you’re redesigning the bathroom, the toilets need to fit against the wall.
Set up your remodeling in stages so that they don’t affect each other. You have to make sure your bathroom and kitchen plumbing will work together, and that takes some planning. I would suggest calling us at Ben Franklin Plumbing to set up a consultation. We can come out and let you know what needs to take place to ensure a smooth remodel.
That number is 813-980-3353.