Bathroom remodeling and additions are becoming more and more popular due to the overwhelming desire of many homeowners to create a custom look to their living spaces. Remodeling can consist of simply re-facing a bathroom, adding a small half-bath, or even adding complete, custom bathrooms equipped with saunas, rain showers, custom lavatories, and high-grade toilets. This process can take anywhere from a couple of days up to several weeks depending on the complexity of the remodel desired, and prices will follow suit from inexpensive to outrageous.
The most common type of bathroom remodeling involves simply replacing the fixtures in bathroom in order to give it a more modern look while improving function. This is the most cost-effective route if one is simply seeking to update an older design. Some homeowners choose to take it a step further, relocating fixtures and sometimes enlarging a shower or adding another lavatory. This process usually involves replacements of older fixtures as well. The there is the addition. any homeowners want another bathroom installed in the home, usually in the basement. Sometimes only a half-bath is desired, with a toilet and sink. Often times, a complete setup is the goal, with a toilet, sink(s), and a tub or shower (or both). In either situation, waterlines and drainage must be located in the surrounding area, then accessed and tapped in order to supply the new bathroom with each. Often times an ejector pump system is necessary to facilitate drainage in the new bathroom. The area for the new bathroom must be measured, framed, and prepped, none of which a plumber is responsible for. After these steps are completed, the drainage is installed, along with the waterlines. These are stubbed up and capped. It is at this point that flooring, walls, and lighting are installed. The fixture installations are the last step in the process, completing the bathroom.
This is an over-simplified summary, but overall, remodels are a drawn-out and tedious process. But in the end, the homeowner is left with a beautiful addition to their home, raising its functionality, convenience factor, and even resale value.
When sewer line clogs or stoppages become frequent and costly, it is time to take further action and stop paying for monthly calls to clear the line. Repairing the damaged section of piping, or possibly replacing the entire line are your best options.
Ever woken up in the middle of the night to the sound of a running toilet? Stumbling your way through the dark to jiggle the handle has never been a fun proposition, however, almost every toilet will, at some point, begin to run, leak, or make odd noises.
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When the sewer line from your house to the street becomes clogged, there are several possible culprits.Water Heaters
All homes have one. Or two. Water heaters are an integral part of any residential plumbing system.Pressure Regulator
Residential, single family homes have plumbed water systems that are kept at an average of 55-75 psi.