When my spouse and i decided to build our first home from the ground up, the plumbing system was a priority. With the various apartments we’d lived in, the plumbing was a relentless problem. We’d dealt with an absence of water pressure, slow moving drains, water leaks, hard water, and insufficient hot water. We were determined that our new house wouldn’t have any of these problems. We did not trust the general contractor to handle the complicated design and installation of the plumbing. The complexity within the septic, drains, and water supply definitely needed to be handled by a licensed specialist. Considering that the plumbing would serve the kitchen, two bathrooms, and laundry room, the pipes would travel through the walls throughout our home. My husband and I did our research on the subject and found a reputable plumbing contractor, and hired him to work in conjunction with our general contractor. The plumber was wonderful about adhering to a timetable and not causing any delays in this particular project. He also consulted with us about our expectations plus the demands of our household. He advised us purchasing quality sinks and tubs to fixtures as well as the water heater. We’ve now lived in our home for roughly two several years, and we’ve had no complaints with the plumbing system. Since we procured a comprehensive maintenance agreement, the plumbing contractor inspects all components of the system every year to guarantee efficient and proper operation. Any minor issues are saw and corrected before they trigger water waste or damage. He or she also cleans the pipes, drains along with aerators, and services the septic and hot water tank.