New Addition Plumbing
Serving the Greater Portland OR Area
Adding new rooms to your commercial building often requires an extension of your current plumbing system. New supply and drain lines will need to be installed for each room with water usage requirements. These lines may include cold or hot water supplies and floor or appliance-specific drain openings. Commercial building owners adding bathrooms or kitchen areas will have to meet specific requirements for commercial new addition plumbing due to regulatory and materials specifications. If you’re considering adding rooms or other new additions to your commercial property then you should contact a licensed plumbing service to help create your plan of action.
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Commercial New Addition Plumbing
As your business grows, you will likely eventually want to add or extend rooms in your commercial building. High-traffic bathrooms often need to be extended by adding more space and additional toilets and sinks, while growth in other areas may require new water heaters or supply and drain lines. Whatever your new commercial addition is, you’ll need the services of a licensed plumbing contractor to make sure your plumbing system can be extended to your new rooms. A new addition plumber will plan and install any new lines, fixtures, and appliances that your new construction requires.
New Addition Plumbing Services
Once you’ve determined that your commercial space needs to expand, you’ll want to contact a licensed plumbing service right away. That’s because all plumbing lines going to and from your new additions should be planned out before any construction begins. This will make the construction of your new rooms go more smoothly. Whatever stage you’re at in the planning or construction of your new additions, a licensed plumbing service can provide you with the appropriate information and installation of all new required plumbing. You will work with your plumber to choose the materials and placement of all new piping, fixtures, and appliances.