When planning a kitchen remodel, it’s important to prioritize plumbing in the design process. Without functional plumbing, a kitchen cannot operate properly. In fact, it’s best to consider plumbing as one of the first aspects of the remodel. Depending on the extent of the renovation, water lines and drains may need need to be moved to accommodate a new layout. It’s important to identify the location of all plumbing to prevent damage during the renovation process.
If you’re considering upgrading your stove or range, a kitchen remodel is the perfect opportunity to have a plumber run new gas lines. Gas appliance are popular in kitchens, and many chefs prefer gas over electric. However, gas lines should be moved with caution, and it’s crucial to ensure the existing lines are protected during the remodel process to prevent any gas leaks.
Most kitchen appliances require either a water or gas line, or both. Dishwashers require both a supply line and waste line, and refrigerators with water and ice dispensers need a supply line. Upgraded stoves may require a new gas line, and farmhouse sinks require both hot and cold supply lines.
At In-Law Plumbing, we understand the importance of kitchen plumbing in the remodeling process. Our team of licensed plumbers is experienced in kitchen plumbing installations, including water and gas line rerouting, appliance installation, and drain and sink connections. Trust us to ensure your kitchen remodel is done properly and efficiently.