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Step 3: Finish Plumbing
In this phase we install all of the toilets, faucets, disposal, and all other plumbing fixtures such as, shut off valves and trim kits. We also install the water heater, fridge line and hooking up the fireplaces and other gas appliances.
This is where true craftsmanship comes into play. We make our install clean, neat and professional.
We don't leave until all fixtures are set and the water is turned on.
After the inspector writes off on our work, you are now ready to enjoy your new home.
Step 2: Rough In Plumbing
The rough in plumbing stage can be part of the ground work stage. This stage we will install all of your drains and vent pipes as well as the water lines. We will also install all of the bathtubs, showers, or shower bases that you have going into your house. This has to be done regardless of whether you are building a new home, adding on a addition or renovating your house.
We will also Install all gas line and the faucets for those fixtures at this stage. These might also include any body sprays or a steamer for your steam shower.
For the most part the materials used will be a ABS or PVC for drains and vents, PEX, CPVC or Copper for water lines.
After we install the rough plumbing, it is time for a inspection. After the Inspector has approved our work, it will be off to the next step in the process of your dream home.
Building a home can be tough, and a lot of work. Let a Licensed Plumbing help you through you project of building your dream home. J&J Plumbing, Heating & Cooling can assist you from start to finish on any custom home, addition or renovation.
Step 1: Underground Plumbing
If you are building a new home then the first stage might be bringing the water and drain services into your house, either a plumber or the excavation company will do this.
During the underground work phase all of the drains will be hooked up to the main service and any basement bathrooms for the future will need to be installed. For the most part the materials used will be a ABS or PVC for drains and Copper for water lines.
After we install the underground plumbing, it is time for a inspection. After the Inspector has approved our work, it will be off to the next step in the process of your dream home.