What were older Denver bathroom designers thinking? The floorplans are often tight and not user-friendly. Luckily many modern, more comfortable, bathroom floorplans fit in the exact space that old ones fit. Moving the bathroom plumbing around a little bit can accommodate a new floorplan and can completely change the look and feel of a bathroom. Our plumbers can adjust shower and toilet plumbing fixtures to open the bathroom into a comfortable floorplan, so you have a bathroom that family members won’t avoid going into anymore.
In the first half of the 20th century, Denver plumbers used lots of cast iron and galvanized steel pipes in bathrooms. Cast iron is very deceptive, it corrodes from the inside out. The pipes look great on the outside, and most people don’t suspect they need replacing until they burst. The pressurized toilet and shower plumbing supply lines rupture in a more fantastic fashion than wastewater pipes. The middle of a bathroom renovation is a great time for our plumbers to replace older piping.
Bathroom remodels in Denver are also a great time to update toilet and shower plumbing on the drain side. By making the size of the drain pipes larger than required, water flows through them more freely and the larger diameter doesn’t encourage blockages. If you have a large family, currently have problems with drains being slow, or you just want to solve a problem before it ever starts, our Denver plumbers can replace the existing pipes during your remodel.