When you think of plumbing, what’s the first thing you think of? If you’re like most people, you probably think of a clogged drain, a broken water heater, or an overflowing toilet. Many associate plumbing help with the concept of having an emergency situation within the home.
However, plumbing goes far beyond the standard emergency situations associated with water in your home. And in fact, a professional plumber can be an asset in helping you with home renovations as well. Especially when you are tackling a few DIY projects that will upgrade different areas of your home.
Lets start in the kitchen. The kitchen is often one of the most popular rooms in the home to renovate. It’s the one room we spend the most time in, and the one room that can add the most resale value if you intend to sell. If you are working on a budget and will leave the floorplan in a similar way, you can still work with a plumber to add the finishing touches. How about installing a new water line to make filling pots by your stove a breeze? Or installing and replacing an old oven with a gas range? A professional plumber can quickly have all of these in place.
Have you long since dreamed of a master bath spa? How about adding a jetted tub or adding a steam shower to your bathroom design? There are many things that can change your average five piece bath into the WOW spa you’ve always dreamed of, and it doesn’t require changing your existing layout to do so. A professional plumber has access to many different types of products, and can offer you quick solutions to change out your existing tub or shower and add something new.
How about adding a gas line and turning your wood burning fireplace or barbeque grill into something more functional? Gas lines are easy to install … when you allow a professional to do it. And they can be run to any part of your home. What could be better than flicking a switch to turn on the fire on a cold night rather than having to build one from wood you drag in from the outside? Or being able to use your grill all year through without the mess of charcoal, or having to drag in propane tanks? You can even convert any appliance in your home into gas, helping you save money on your monthly bills as well.
There are many other things your Denver plumber is willing to share with you … the first step is to call. Whatever project you are starting this year, the best place to start is by exploring your options. Give us a call today.