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Bathroom Remodels

plumbing bathroom remodelRemodeling your bathroom is an exciting way to revamp your home, and make it the home of your dreams. When you’re creating the perfect bathroom sanctuary, you may desire to rearrange it, including moving the location of sinks, tubs, and showers. This is all possible, if the new locations work with the current plumbing.

Often times, homeowners will try to remodel the bathroom themselves. This turns into a time consuming, headache causing mess. Leaks are found, pipes need to be replace, or even something as simple as the water pressure being poor. Leaks can be hard to repair, as finding the source of the leak is not easy. Many times, the wrong section of plumbing is repaired, which can cause havoc on new flooring and walls.

Hiring a professional to remodel your bathroom is the best choice. Not only are they extremely knowledgeable, but they are also insured, which protects you if any damage happens. The majority of plumbers or plumbing companies will also guarantee their work for a certain amount of time after the job is done, which means if any problems were noticed, they will come back and fix it for you! An experienced plumber knows which valves and pipes to use, and has the appropriate tools for anything that could arise during the remodel. This will save you money on tools that you probably wouldn’t use again, and you don’t have to go on a hunt to find them!

A professional plumber knows how to reconnect the plumbing correctly the first time. You don’t have to guess where it goes and how to reconnect it, which will prevent problems after the remodel is done. This will also save you money, as you may have to re-do the whole job over one mistake. You’ll be able to rest easy, knowing that your remodel was completed professionally, with everything meeting current codes and regulations. Hire a professional plumber, and avoid the risks that could happen with a DIY re-model gone wrong.

If you are looking to remodel your bathroom, please call us at (352) 817-7647 or use our online service request form to reach out to us.

What Others Say About Kost Plumbing

Thank you so much for all the help and support you provided when we had that leak! I couldn't have asked for a better job or price and the fact that you got it fixed so quickly that we were able to keep up our busy schedules without hardly missing a beat was AWESOME!!! Thanks again.

John D., Citra, FL

Thomas has done numerous jobs for me, and his work is always exceptional. He is very dependable and is willing to go out of his way to make sure the job is done right. In my opinion you could not hire a more professional or honest person.

Barbara A., Ocala, FL

We had Kost Plumbing come out on weeknight when we had no water and he fixed the problem THAT NIGHT! We were amazed at his great work ethic and honest prices that he will be our Plumber for Life!!

Susan J., Ocala, FL

I do now know where to start, your prices and plumbing expertise are exceptional. I also appreciate your deck building and carpenter skills, not to mention that outstanding kitchen remodel. With your card I do not need anybody's "List" or any "Referral Program". Keep up the good work!

Chuck F., Reddick, FL

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In an ideal world, we would walk into our kitchen, turn on the faucet, trust the liquid flowing out of it and drink pure, clean water until our heart’s content. Sadly, however, a perfect world is not here yet. We trust our state and local governments to provide us with safe, potable drinking water, but is that really what we’re getting?