Builders know that as demand for affordable housing in Denver rises, cutting corners can yield greater profits. And for the building owner, it is easy to see why; new appliances and floor plans are so much more fun to plan out than plumbing. But if plumbing isn’t installed properly during a new home build, issues can show up almost immediately. Our master plumbers take their responsibility seriously and will install everything correctly the first time around to ensure years of worry-free plumbing.
It is best to spend lots of time in the planning stages when it comes to designing plumbing for a new house in Denver. How many people will live in the house full-time? On holidays? The rule of thumb is a master bathroom for the master bedroom, and one bathroom for every two additional rooms. At least a half-bath where your family will relax, like the kitchen or living room. Early planning ensures the plumbing meets your family’s needs and keeps emergency plumbers away.
New homes in Denver must be tapped into an existing municipal system of both water and sewer. A tap is simply a valve that allows clean water to flow into your house, and another to allow wastewater to flow out of your house. If either of your taps are undersized, the won’t allow adequate flow to or from your building, no matter the service line size. Afford-A-Rooter’s master plumbers know the local Denver codes regarding tap installation and will install yours properly.