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New Construction Plumbing in Layton, UT

Rentmeister Total Home Service - New Construction

Having a new home built is a huge undertaking, and can be a very positive experience. Due to the complexities involved, however, it can also be a stressful experience. With how much there is to take into consideration, it’s essential that you work with professionals whom you can trust: a team that will work their hardest to make sure your new property is expertly designed and its systems function as they are meant to.

So when you need a plumbing system put into your new Layton, UT property, you can turn to Rentmeister Total Home Service to handle the job. From installation and maintenance to prompt emergency plumbing repairs when needed, you can count on our team for plumbing services in Layton. Contact us today to learn more!

What Goes Into a Whole Home Plumbing Installation?

There is a great deal of planning that goes into your new home plumbing installation. The actual physical installation is important, of course, but if the planning isn’t done correctly from the beginning, then your new home plumbing system can’t possibly be expected to operate effectively.

You’ll need water to travel through your new property efficiently and reliably. Therefore it’s important that only the highest quality materials are used in construction. Our staff offers quality and comprehensive new home plumbing services, with thorough training and extensive experience backing us up, to ensure that this is the case.

Your New Home Plumbing System: Looking at the Bigger Picture

Installing a whole home plumbing system is not just about laying a few pipes for your Layton, UT property. Sure, the installation of your sinks, toilets, showers, and water heaters is important, but there is much more to consider with a new home plumbing system.

For example, vent pipes are an added and necessary component to your plumbing system, as are connections for sewer lines. There are also additional options you may want to consider.

  • Gas Lines: If your home is being constructed in an area that has access to a municipal gas supply, then you will likely want to have gas lines installed. Gas powered appliances typically cost less to run month–to–month given the affordability of this fuel source compared to electricity.
  • Water Treatment Systems: Does your community suffer from hard water? Or any contaminated water at all? Consider the installation of a water softener or water filter system, both of which can easily be integrated into your new home plumbing system.
  • Sump Pump: If we were to experience heavy rains or rapid snowmelt here in Layton, UT—both of which are real possibilities—your new home could be prone to flooding in its lower levels. A sump pump resolves this by removing water that’s accumulated in a water–collecting sump basin.

Will You Be Using a Municipal or Private Water Supply?

One last consideration to make with your new construction plumbing installation is the source of your water, and where water will go. If you’ll be hooking your property and new plumbing system up to a municipal water supply and sewer system, then the installation steps involved will be different than if you were to use a private water well and septic tank system.

While this typically depends mostly on the need created by your Layton, UT property—some homes leave you with no choice but to opt for a certain type of system—you may find that you prefer one setup over the other. No matter what you decide, our team will ensure that your new home plumbing installation fits the needs of your property, that it is up to code, and that it’s both convenient and reliable. Reach out to us today to begin the process.