New Construction Plumbing: A Quick Look at the Process from Paper to Reality
Building a new home can be an exciting experience for everyone involved. When the plans have been finalized and the ground broken, the various contractors can start going full steam ahead. The time will pass very quickly, and before you know it, the new construction plumbing team can do their thing.
Unless you are familiar with new construction plumbing, you probably don’t have any idea of what all the terminology means or what happens during installation. That’s why we, at Liberty Plumbing and Septic in Lakeland, Florida, are now going to explain it briefly and simply, so you’ll have a better idea of what’s involved – from paper to reality.
When we’ve mapped out the new construction plumbing installation, there are usually two areas where we start – the bathroom and the kitchen. When we’re done in these locations, we run the main connecting plumbing to wherever the water source is.
Included in the initial areas of focus are standard fixtures and hardware, such as plumbing pipes, sinks, and, for kitchens, optional hookups for ice-making machines, etc. Much of what is installed is up to you as the homeowner, as well as the architect who drew up your plans. Those plans will act as a road map for us to follow when doing the actual installation of the new construction plumbing pipes and fixtures.
If you live in the Lakeland or surrounding areas of Florida and have further questions, please contact us at Liberty Plumbing. We are licensed, bonded and insured to do everything from new construction plumbing to solving septic problems and other plumbing problems.
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