Choosing the right Bathroom Plumbing Installation and Design

Every home owner has different specifications regarding how they want their bathroom to look. Also, the dimensions and fixtures, as well as the various sizes of pipes, are made with the primary aim of making your bathroom look and feel comfortable a good bathroom designer can come up with plumbing designs and installations that are going to suit you best.

The bathroom layout

It is important where you place your sink, the toilet of tub highly depends on where the plumbing exists. Most homes normally have something that is known as the wet wall. A wet wall can be an interior wall that typically tends to be thicker than most of the other walls in the house because it is what contains the water lines.

When doing designs and installations, we first begin by planning the right layout for your bathroom so that we can ensure that the final work is going to be convenient and comfortable for you.


Choosing the right material

Depending on the layout, type of design, fixture and type of installation, the kind of equipment used tends to differ. You can go to Google and get to see some of the materials that we make use. The variety is different and also the thickness tend to differ from one material to another. Also, the prices are also different depending on the kind of equipment that you want to use. your plumbers should be able to advise you accordingly regarding what you want.

The overall plan

When you have decided the layout of your bathroom. Plumbers are going to have an idea of how the vents and drains are going to run. With this in mind, we are going to be able to make precise measurements and plans. We are also able to make plans for different customers who are in our Area.


In this scheme, there is going to be a new drainage which is going to run from the bathroom to the floor that is below. Once your plumbers can figure out how this is going to work, everything is going to start falling into place.

The vents

The first thing that your plumber will do is to work out the vents before work commences. A universal rule, the drain line of each of the fixtures should be able to connect to the vent. This connection should be within a few feet from the fixture. However, in some cases, we may have to route drain water through a particular vent. If this is done, it may be necessary to run a new vent which should go up the ceiling into an existing vent that may be in the attic.

Author A. Stuart

A.S Plumbers Wirral