Is your home’s bathroom out-dated OR are you looking to increase the value of your home and or bathrooms? Check out the Top Plumbing Upgrades for your Bathroom below! 

Larger Drain Pipes

Larger pipes increase the water flow through the line, but if the water isn’t up to that necessary flow, it won’t increase your water pressure. Municipal water systems have impressive pressure, but that doesn’t mean a larger line can help. Bigger lines do not always help things get faster o stronger. But larger pipes reduce the amount of clogging and buildup that happens from debris.  

Motion Sensor Faucets

A great option for your sinks is motion-sensor faucets, which automatically turn off after a few seconds to conserve water. Naturally, they also come with the benefit of not touching a handle, which can easily spread bacteria.

Low-Flow & Handheld Showerheads

Compared to traditional showerheads in price, low-flow systems pump out less water savings you hundreds of gallons of water per year. Not only does this benefit our environment, it also helps lower your water bills. Consider upgrading to a handheld showerhead for a more accessible shower, or a rainfall showerhead to feel like you’re getting clean in nature. 

Additional Sinks

Swap out your small, single sink for a double-sink vanity with extra storage. More people can use the vanity at once, and you can make an elegant vanity the focal point of your bathroom. Even if you make no other changes than improving this area, a good bathroom vanity is a game-changer.