- Posted by Admin
- On March 11, 2020
Low Flow and Luxury Showerheads
Replacing outdated showerheads with ‘greener’ low flow options will help conserve water while luxury shower heads will help modernize any bathroom and create more elegance and relaxation.
If your bathroom has room for it, consider installing double sinks that are extremely popular with larger families which will help accommodate busy mornings when people are in a rush.
Low flow Toilets
Installing new toilets in the home will help conserve water while updating the look of your bathrooms. You can also opt to replace current toilets with ADA height toilets which will provide a 2” height increase and also low flow water consumption.
Upgrading Pipes and Replacing Shutoff Valves
If you look under kitchen or bathroom cabinets and notice signs of moisture, it would be beneficial to get those pipes replaced and while under there, testing and replacing shutoff valves to make sure they work properly make great selling points.
Pull-out or Motion Sensor Faucets
Pull-out faucets in the kitchen add simple practicality while using the sink. Motion sensor faucets will allow for less water usage because the water will only run when a hand comes close to the sensor.
A home is an investment for you and your family. By investing in a few remodel projects when you’re selling, you can in turn increase the resale value of your home. If you need professional help from our highly-trained technicians, give us a call at 785-341-4193 and let us help you maximize your investment!
De Hart Plumbing Heating and Cooling, serving Manhattan Kansas, Junction City Kansas, Wamego Kansas, Topeka Kansas, and some surrounding areas.