Easy Ways To Upgrade Your Bathroom Plumbing
In today’s society, a whole new world of bathroom plumbing upgrades are available.
Thanks to social media and the internet, it’s easy for you to see designs you could’ve never dreamed of become a reality. Some of the more viral upgrades are also renter-friendly hacks, so if you think you need to be a homeowner to upgrade your bathroom, think again! Of course, before you go making any bathroom plumbing changes, it’s recommended that you speak with a plumber first.
Bathroom Plumbing Upgrades
Remember, the plumbing system is one of the most important aspects of your home. While there are things that you can do on your own, don’t play around with attempting to DIY anything that has to do with your home’s plumbing or pipes. On the off chance you damage something, repairs and replacements will be costly. An added downside to a DIY job is that your homeowners insurance policy may not cover the damage. Licensed plumbers have insurance to work on your home; it’s what keeps the homeowner safe from the financial burdens of shoddy plumbing work. So, when it comes to something as complex as your home’s plumbing system, don’t risk it. Hire a plumber instead.
It’s easy to bring your bathroom into 2022 with minor upgrades to your bathroom plumbing. You can not only spruce up the area, but also make it more energy efficient. Have a stylish bathroom and be environmentally friendly at the same time? What’s not to love!
Lastly, an upgrade along with regular preventive maintenance can also help lessen the number of bathroom plumbing repairs you need over the years.
Installing A New Toilet
While it’s not recommended to DIY a toilet installation, having a new toilet installed can be a blessing. Depending on when you last remodeled your bathroom, a newer toilet can lower your monthly utility bills and be friendlier to the planet.
There are tons of different models available, including toilets that have a built-in bidet. If you’re not sure which kind of toilet would work best for your bathroom, a plumber from Art can guide you in the right direction.
Shiny New Faucets
Sometimes feeling good about your bathroom means a simple upgrade. It can be as straightforward as swapping out your old faucets for new ones. This can completely transform the look of your bathroom. If you don’t feel comfortable doing it yourself, call a plumber from Art Plumbing, Air Conditioning & Electric to assist.
Pro Tip: If you want to make your new faucets stand out even more, consider upgrading your bathroom light fixtures in the same finish. You can do the same thing with door handles and drawer pulls. It seems so trivial but upgrading all of your bathroom fixtures to have the same finish makes the space look and feel more cohesive.
Upgrade Your Showerhead
Have you been thinking about upgrading your showerhead? There’s no better time than the present! With many different types of showerheads available on the market, the choice is yours. For example, rainfall showerheads. Who doesn’t love ‘em? It feels like you’re under a waterfall, but with a water temperature suited to your preferences. The best part is that rainfall showerheads won’t cost a kidney to buy and install. In fact, you may even be able to install it yourself.
Remember, if you don’t know what you’re doing, call a plumbing professional for help. Whatever showerhead you choose, it’s sure to be a simple plumbing upgrade that will make a big change to your bathroom’s aesthetic.
Upgrade Your Bathroom Plumbing
The above-mentioned upgrades are just three of many different ways you can update the look and feel of your bathroom. All you need to take your bathroom from ‘BLAH’ to ‘WOW’ is a little elbow grease and some DIY knowledge. If handy work isn’t your thing, call a professional.
The average person spends a little over two years of their life in the bathroom! So, why not make your bathroom one of the most comfortable and inviting places to be in your home? Not all plumbers are created equal. If you’re considering bathroom plumbing upgrades, contact Art Plumbing, Air Conditioning & Electric by calling 1-800-475-1504 today!