The Most Recommended and Trusted Plumbers for Bathroom Remodeling for Over 15 Years.
Should You Hire a Professional to Remodel Your Bathroom?
Are you in the mood for change? Would you like a new look in your bathroom? Perhaps you want to modernize your plumbing fixtures and decor or give your bath a vintage or mountain cabin feel. Not only do we repair bathroom plumbing fixtures, but we also install new bathroom fixtures for remodeling purposes. If you are interested in remodeling your current bathroom or perhaps adding a new bathroom in your home, let us do the dirty work for you! If you are thinking about installing a new toilet, sink, shower, tub, or faucets in your bathroom, Avery Plumbing can give your bathroom new sparkle. Avery Plumbing can also assist with bathroom fixture selection as needed. We work with all of the top brands of fixtures such as American Standard, Moen, Kohler, Toto etc..
Choosing the Right Toilet
Avery Plumbing has the necessary knowledge and skill to make appropriate repairs to your toilet when needed, but sometimes enough is enough! When repairs just aren’t cutting it, then it’s time to save money, effort and time by installing a new toilet. Whether your toilet has reached the end of the road or you are simply looking to remodel your bathroom for a different look, we are available to answer any questions you may have about use, function, efficiency and aesthetic appeal. We are familiar with all of the best toilet brands. Contact us today for help choosing, and then installing your dream bathroom.
High Efficiency Toilets
Don’t flush money down the toilet with every trip to the bathroom. Save water with new low flow toilets that are high on style, performance, and water efficiency! The average toilet uses 3.5 gallons per flush. What a waste! Our plumbing specialists promote high efficiency toilets, which have the same great look and feel as regular toilets while saving water with every flush. This benefits the environment, but it will also add some extra cash to your wallet in the long run. Our remodeling pros and new fixture technicians will be happy to come to your home or business and assess your current toilet fixture needs. We will provide you with a complete estimate for updating to new water-saving models!
Choosing the Right Bath Tub
Many homes still have regular, old style bathtubs in them. Sometimes dating back to the 1950’s. Often when renovating or moving into a new home, the bathroom is the first project. Avery Plumbing, Inc. in Show Low, AZ. can help you with that as well as choosing which type of bathtub best suits your needs.
Whirlpool tubs are a lovely addition to your home. It inspires relaxation and comfort at the end of a long day. Many styles and options are available for your consideration.
Spa Bathtubs are often a great choice if you’re looking for a less expensive version of a whirlpool. These come in more standard shapes and sizes while still offering the many amenities like the change in pressures for a relaxing massage.
Choosing a standard acrylic tub is sometimes a smart choice. This is probably one of the most durable types of tubs while still being slightly stylish, it is practical. This lightweight bathtub is resistant to chipping and cracking as well as inexpensive. This is usually the standard tub supplied with a new construction.
Cast Iron bathtubs are the most expensive type of tub, but are well worth the extra money. Due to the material, these tubs are nearly impossible to scratch and are chemical resistant. A hardy and lasting alternative.
What to look for when buying a faucet.
First, Pick out a sink. The size, shape and hole drilling of your sink will decide your faucet choices.
Check Faucet quality ratings. These give you an idea of the general quality of faucets made by major manufacturers. The ratings will help you focus on the type, style, quality and price range of the faucet you want. Buy it in Person. If you visit home centers and plumbing showrooms you will have a better idea of color, size and shape of your faucet. Check that the handles work freely without any hitch or hesitation, which may indicate a bad valve.
Measure the spout length. If you are using a vessel sink, make sure the spout will clear the rim of the bowl and has a long enough reach. You want to deliver water to the back half of the bowl so the faucet does not get in your way. You also want to verify that the spout is long enough to actually reach the bowl. You’d be surprise how often people forget that.
Check for Adequate Clearance and Cleanability. If there is not enough clearance behind and on both sides of the faucet, you will not be able to use it without scraping your knuckles, and it will be very difficult to clean. Select a faucet that matches your style, but still is also easy to clean.
Choose a quality faucet with a durable finish. Good faucets are made of stainless steel or brass. Either material works well. Faucets with plastic or zinc parts are unlikely to work as well or last as long.
Ask Avery Plumbing to help you with your remodeling choices. We have years experice working together with clients, architects and builders to evaluate lifestyle needs, design preferences and budget considerations.