Plumbing After Granite Installation
Bathroom lavatory and kitchen sink reconnections and installations are one of our most popular service requests. Customers who have just had their countertops replaced often schedule for their kitchen plumbing to be reconnected the next day. Most countertop installation companies will attach the sink to the countertop but will contract out the plumbing reconnect. Due to the change in height from the bottom of the old kitchen sink and new sink, this job can be quite a bit more complicated than it appears.
Why You Should Leave Your Plumbing Reconnections to a Professional
Reputable countertop installation companies know that this type of work is best contracted to a licensed plumbing professional. Unfortunately, some countertop companies attempt to make the connections themselves or use an unlicensed handyman to do the job. Many times it does not work out well for the homeowner. Not only can cabinets and flooring become damaged when, but undetected water leaks can damage the underlying subfloor and even go through to the floor below.
Be sure to ask your countertop company if they have included the plumbing reconnection in their installation price. If their answer to either of these questions is no, don’t risk water damage to your new kitchen or bathroom, call the experts at My Georgia Plumber.
The plumbing experts at My Georgia Plumber can also help you update your kitchen or bathroom by replacing your old worn-out sinks and faucets with new and modern fixtures.
Reconnecting Plumbing in Homes Throughout North Georgia
We install sinks in Atlanta, Acworth, Alpharetta, Austell, Ball Ground, Big Canoe, Buckhead, Brookhaven, Canton, Cumming, Dallas, Kennesaw, Lake Arrowhead, Johns Creek, Marietta, Mableton, Milton, Norcross, Powder Springs, Roswell, Sandy Springs, Smyrna, Suwanee, Waleska, Woodstock, and surrounding areas.