New Kitchens and Bathrooms
Many homeowners want to increase the value of their property or just make their home suit their tastes and that means renovating. Renovating can be about as much fun as a paper cut especially if you have a contractor that doesn’t get the job done on time. Renovating your kitchen or bathroom, or even building a whole new house you need a reliable plumber to make sure that your renovations go smoothly.
Our team have been helping homeowners across Vancouver turn their homes into something they have always dreamed of owning. From spa like master baths to a kitchen that would make any chef envious. All of our plumbing stays meets or exceeds the standards set out in the municipal code and we use the most durable fixtures and fittings. We make sure that all pipes and gas lines are properly connected and there are no leaks. The kitchen and bath are two of the most used rooms in your home, you need plumbing and fixtures that will stand up to the wear and tear your family can throw at them.
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The Shore Plumbing Difference
The team at Shore Plumbing has worked with a variety of contractors and home owners looking to upgrade their kitchens and baths. We can help you select the best quality fixtures for your home. From low flow shower heads to spa tubs, we will make sure that your upgrades aren’t just aesthetically pleasing but fully functional as well. We can handle any job from a simple sink replacement to rearranging the pipes for your new kitchen. We guarantee that when you’re renovation is complete they will be thrilled with your plumbing.
New Building & Home Construction
If you are a homeowner in the Greater Vancouver area then give Shore Plumbing a call to help you with your next renovation project. We offer prompt and professional services that includes selecting the right products, advice on where the piping can go to maximize your space and of course installation. Homeowners and local contractors have been working with us for 15 years and our reputation speaks for itself.