What Does the Term “Rough In” Mean?
When you’re in the process of extensive renovations or building a new home, roughing-in refers to that point where all the holes have been bored through the studs and the pipes have been fitted and assembled to give the proper plumbing framework for the building, but no fixtures have been installed yet.
Roughing in drains for installation of future plumbing fixtures
Properly roughing-in your drains, vents, and pipes is an incredibly important step in the construction of a building. Incorrectly spaced drains or pipes or incorrectly placed toilets or sinks could cost a fortune to repair later on. Consider how hard it would be to move a drain or a toilet in a basement with a concrete floor. The time and expense of jack-hammering the concrete, making adjustments and roughing-in again could be very steep.
It’s of the utmost importance that fixtures have enough room to be functional, that drains are placed in the correct location to work and that all pipes and drains are able to connect and function properly before work is finalized. If it’s done right the first time, you don’t have to worry about the time and cost of fixing it later.
Roughing in and DIY
The value of having a professional plumber rough-in your drains and pipes can’t be understated. You need a thorough understanding of local plumbing and venting codes, otherwise, you risk clogged drains, poor water flow, poor flush action and water backing up to cause water damage. Call a professional, trained plumber at the beginning to ensure work that is efficient and correct the first time.
What Can You Expect When You Choose Us For Your Installation
Our team of qualified and licensed plumbers will get your leaks detected and repaired quickly and professionally. You can expect every aspect of our work to be done right including;
- Interview to determine your needs and desires
- Free No Obligation Estimate
- We measure everything then measure everything again to make sure it’s right
- Provide you with samples
- Obtain City permits and/or insurance approvals
- Co-ordinate with your other contractors to make sure that the work is done in a proper sequence
- Inspect your order for accuracy
- Perform the installation
- Clean everything up
- Provide you with the recommendation on the proper maintenance and any warranties for the job
- Follow up with you to make sure everything is up to Dr.Pipe standard
We treat your home the way we expect workers to treat our homes. That means coordinating with you from the moment you call for a quote all the way through the final work we perform. Our team will cover and clean everything in their work area so you don’t have the added stress of a mess to tidy up, and we’ll finish as quickly and efficiently as possible.
Our work speaks for itself. Check out the testimonials from past customers we’ve worked with and then call us for a no-obligation quote.