Rather than moving to a new home, property owners in the greater Detroit Metro area are, instead, opting to remodel their current residences to meet evolving needs and update styles. Drain Resolvers go hand-in-hand, as updating bath and kitchen areas frequently requires moving supply and drain lines for new appliances and fixtures. That's why we routinely hone our skills to take advantage of new techniques. Of course, they also supply clients with the best fixtures and appliances currently available.
Thinking Outside the Box
While that may seem like a trite saying, it best describes the way today's plumbing experts approach plumbing challenges for clients remodeling their properties. Soaking tubs and exotic, multi-function showers now dominate the design magazines and home improvement shows, and clients are searching for ways to integrate those elements into their current homes. Bathroom Remodeling frequently requires re-plumbing the area to meet those needs, Drain Resolvers have the skill sets to make that happen.
Kitchen designs are seeing dramatic changes as pot fillers, multiple sinks, and sophisticated built-in coffee preparation centers are now the rule rather than the exception. If you're considering remodeling a kitchen, it's a good idea to conduct advanced planning stages to prevent expensive issues from developing during the process. Remodeling can be complex, but solid planning minimizes the potential for problems.
Updating Aging Plumbing When Remodeling
Another issue commonly seen by Drain Resolver experts is aging plumbing that needs updating. Our experts generally suggest replacing aging piping that is likely to create issues. It's less expensive to take care of all remodeling issues at once rather than simply patching in new lines needed for the rooms being updated. When older galvanized pipes are present, replacing them is always a good idea.
Remodeling kitchen and bath areas is common and is a good investment for homeowners. Drain Resolvers professionals are always ready to do their part in seeing property owners get the most value from their remodeling investment. If you're currently considering remodeling, contact us early in the process to make sure all plumbing details are considered during the planning stages.