Like taking on any large home project, it’s better to do your homework and know what you’re getting into before you take the plunge on a plumbing remodel or in the construction of your new home. Here are a few things to keep in mind about plumbing access, design, and costs.
Remodel Your Home Without Remodeling Your Finances
A plumbing remodel is an affordable way to update your home, but it’s important to remember that it can unveil hidden issues like plumbing that is not up to code. This means extra money and time to fix the problem. Our master and licensed plumbers know these regulations inside and out and can correct them, but “surprises” like these are more likely to happen during a remodel because shortcuts can be common in the original construction process.
Keep in mind that design is a bit more limited as far as remodeling goes, too. Plumbing is already in place and access to lines and fixtures may require plumbers to work in tight spaces or knock down part of a wall. Even minor adjustments in design that require moving plumbing or fixtures can add up. For example, moving a toilet three feet can cost you $1,000 or more.
When you work with a pro like Seider, every aspect of your remodeling project is taken into account to help you keep your budget intact.
Build Your Dream Home—with Bathroom, Kitchen, and Rec Room
There are clear benefits to working with a “blank canvas.” We can install plumbing pipes and fixtures in ideal locations for efficiency and functionality from the get-go. Want a sliding shower door or a Jacuzzi bathtub installed? Consider it done. New construction is the perfect time to let your creative ideas run wild because plumbing lines and fixtures are being installed for the first time.
A master plumber will take care of your plumbing project—from troubleshooting issues to installing efficient pipes and fixtures. Seider’s customers have trusted us for years as their Carrier heating and cooling service provider, so they know it makes sense to work with us on plumbing, too. Plumbing experts will make sure your plumbing project—a remodel or new construction—is a smooth process from start to finish.