Clearing up a clogged drain or installing a new showerhead is one thing. Rerouting a sewer line or connecting plumbing pipes are a completely different story. Like electrical work, many plumbing renovations like adding a walk-in shower may require a municipal inspection, so sticking to local building codes is crucial. While DIY plumbing attempts may not be hazardous, they can get expensive if the project gets out of hand. Licensed plumbers will not only complete a task faster, but they’ll also identify existing issues that don’t know to look for.
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