New Construction Plumbing
With new construction, there’s always so much to think about. One of the areas that often gets overlooked is the plumbing. You don’t see it once everything is put into place and the drywall is up, so it’s easy not to concern yourself with it. It’s just there, doing its job behind the walls of your business or home. However, plumbing is a vital part of a fully functioning house or commercial space, so you want to make sure it’s done right. Having leaks or other problems later can be much costlier than investing in a professional plumbing job done correctly the first time.
When dealing with new construction plumbing, Denver has some important facets to consider – The largest concern being the cold winter temperatures. Plumbing that’s not properly insulated can freeze and break, causing a lot of damage. Many people think of this only in buildings that are already completed and in use; as the water sitting in the pipes expands when it freezes, causing cracking. However, it’s not just pipes that have water in them that can become damaged from the below-zero temperatures. New construction plumbing can be at risk because the pipes may not be insulated and sealed up yet. The pipes can be very brittle in cold weather, and can get damaged if they are struck with anything during construction. The crack may not be noticed until the building is finished and water comes through the pipes for the first time. Hiring Braconier – an experienced and professional company that knows how to handle new construction plumbing in the Denver area is the best way to avoid a plumbing problem. If you need a new construction plumber, contact Braconier and let them help you with your commercial or residential build. Call 303-777-3037.