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Kitchen and bathroom fixtures are an essential part of the residential plumbing system. A bathtub spout, kitchen faucet, bathroom vanity faucet, sprayer nozzle, handheld showerhead, and soap dispenser make showering, bathing, and washing dishes possible.
Toilet, dishwasher, garbage disposal, and water heater fixtures are also part of the residential plumbing system. It is easy to see why the plumbing system is one of the most complex in residential settings.
Plumbing Fixture Installation
Plumbing fixtures are generally installed in new homes after the main sewer and water lines are installed. The fixtures attach directly to the plumbing system to deliver water inside the home and remove wastewater. Elbows and adapters are utilized to make the connection.
Plumbing fixture installation varies in difficulty from basic to complex. Shower fixture installation is one of the most complex because the main water line is not readily accessible. A cross-section must be installed before the hot and cold water lines. Measures must be taken in advance to ensure the exact height of the shower head and shower arm.
Plumbing Fixture Repair
Most plumbing fixtures are cheaper to replace than to repair. Each fixture is embedded with special technology and components that wear out over time. Replacing one component would call for replacing them all because when one malfunction, the rest are sure to follow. Besides, standard plumbing fixtures are fairly affordable.
Plumbing Fixture Replacement
Our licensed plumbers and certified plumbing technicians keep their work vans loaded with quality plumbing fixture replacement parts. The customer may want a more sophisticated design that can be purchased separately at a local big-box store, hardware store, or home & garden shop.
We recommend a reputable brand to ensure durability and longevity. Non-branded models have limited warranties that are oftentimes not worth the hassle. Our plumbers can assist in selecting the best brand for your home.