Frequently asked questions
Can two bathrooms share a plumbing vent?
Wet venting can be for two bathrooms on the same level. The waste stack from above does not vent the lower bathroom. You can't run a water closet past the other fixtures.
How hard is it to move plumbing in a bathroom?
Relocatiing plumbing can be time consuming and hard work. That's why you should only do it if you have prepared beforehand and if you have confidence in the professionals you choose to do the job. But take comfort in the fact that once it's done, you won't have to think about it for long.
Can you rearrange a bathroom?
Homeowners can put as much or as little as they want into their bathroom remodel. It could be as simple as replacing the shower with a newer model, or it could involve giving the bathroom a complete makeover.
What do I get with professional plumbing construction?
Professional plumbing construction is pretty much essential to virtually every element of your home or business. Think about how much you use your existing plumbing system every day. From showering, to watering your lawn, to cooking dinner, to brushing your teeth, quality plumbing is essential. Without new construction plumbing from a qualified service professional like Majewski Plumbing, there’s no way to have a functional property from top to bottom.
What options should I consider when adding to my home?
One of the most outstanding benefits of buying a brand new home is the ability to personalize it to fit your lifestyle, your design preference and the color scheme that you find most appealing. Most importantly, when you build a new home you should consider how you live in your home and what added square footage you will need. It is easier to add space when you are planning instead of after the home is built. Your real estate agent can help you weigh and measure your priorities so you can determine what options to select.
Can new plumbing constuction on my home increase the resale value?
Good plumbing is not only essential for your health and comfort, but also helps you in the long run – especially when you plan to sell your house. Bad plumbing can cause many ongoing problems, such as seepage issues, blocked drains and septic tank overflow. Any of these problems can play havoc with your house, and make it less attractive on the market. For this reason, plumbing should always be considered a good investment because it will be beneficial in maximizing your asking price – and perhaps more quickly attracting an offer!
What can an installation process look like?
There are three main components in residential plumbing: the water supply system, the drainage system and the appliance/fixture installation.
Standard plumbing procedures are governed by the local codes, but it is your home’s layout that determines fixture placement, the pipe routing diagram and the size of the pipes.