Construction and Remodeling
NEW-PIPE Plumbing wants to team with you and your general contractor to provide our design and installation experience to help defer unnecessary costs and meet your construction deadlines.
Remember, plumbing systems and fixtures are part of your new home’s structure. Careful planning now will prevent needless expense later on, when it comes time to remodel or add features. We understand plumbing systems, and how to choose the right system, and fixtures, for your new home or remodeling project.
New Construction Planning
Plumbing systems and fixtures are part of your new home’s structure. Careful planning now will prevent needless expense later on, when it comes time to remodel or add features.
The bathroom is often the smallest room in the house, but it ranks second, behind the kitchen for the number of design and architectural decisions that must be made. From a design standpoint, the bathroom presents some of the greatest challenges, but along with those challenges come opportunities; NEW-PIPE Plumbing can help you plan and install a bathroom or master suite that is truly your own.
Remodeling or outfitting a new kitchen is a project usually undertaken only once or twice in a lifetime. The number of decisions for the typical kitchen project can literally run into the thousands! NEW-PIPE Plumbing can help you make some of those decisions to ease installation and contain costs.
Laundry Room Planning
The average household does seven to eight loads of laundry per week and yet, the laundry room is generally the worst planned area of the house. The laundry can be found tucked away in a remote location; combined with other work areas, such as the kitchen; or crammed into a hallway closet … all of which make this job harder than it needs to be.
California offers a comprehensive listing of information for remodeling or a new construction projects including “A Consumer Guide to Asbestos”, “What Seniors Should Know Before Hiring a Contractor”, “Information For New Homeowners”, “Ten Tips for Making Sure Your Contractor Measures Up” and many other web links and resources.
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