Plumbing For Home Improvement Projects

Long Island Home Contractors

Straight-Line Construction offers plumbing services to go along with our home improvement projects and renovations. We are not an emergency plumber, but rather someone who handles plumbing for remodeling and renovation projects we are a part of. So if you need a plumber for an emergency, that is not us.

However, many who want to remodel parts of their home often require the need for plumbing services. We offer all sorts of home contracting services, which includes bathroom remodeling and home additions. Two aspects that may require some plumbing services. So if you would like to learn more about our contracting services, please reach out to us. The number for our office is (516) 885-4824. When you call, we can provide you with a no-obligation consultation.

Remodeling or New Construction Plumbing Services

For many remodeling or new construction projects, plumbing is a must. You might be thinking of putting in a toilet, a shower or a bathtub, which needs the assistance of a plumber. Or for a kitchen or bathroom remodeling project perhaps some pipes need to be moved or replaced. Having a plumber work on the project along with a contractor can be expensive and time-consuming. Which is why we pride ourselves on the ability to offer plumbing services for home improvement projects. This way, when we are moving through whatever renovation or remodeling project, there is no hold up. We can handle those tasks without you needing to find a plumber. Both saving time and money for you.

Common Components of New Construction Plumbing

toilet plumbing and installationThere are some common components when it comes to plumbing and new construction and remodeling projects. Let's take a look at some of these components.

Water Supply Pipes

Water supply pipes are one main component. These pipes are specifically designed to carry fresh, potable water into the structure from an outside water source, such as city water systems and private well systems.


Another important component when it comes to plumbing are the drainpipes, which are in all construction plumbing projects. Drainpipes are larger than water supply pipes and carry away wastewater. These pipes connect to your typical fixtures, like sinks, showers, and toilets. Then they lead out of the structure to a city sewer system or a private septic system.


The vents in a home are another important component of plumbing systems. The vent pipes are connected to the home or building's drainpipes and create ventilation, by which the drainpipes can operate correctly. Vent pipes work by safely draining out the fluids through the connecting drainpipes.

Water Heater

The water heater is something that many remodeling and home improvement projects require. A water heater gets installed and attached to the water supply pipe system. This allows for an option for hot water at fixtures, like showers and sinks. Water heaters are also often set in a pan that is connected to a drain. This connection means that if there is a leak with the water heater, then the water will be caught in the pan and carried off via its connected drainpipe.

Individual Plumbing Fixtures

The last component are the individual plumbing fixtures to the new construction or remodeling project. These individual plumbing fixtures include faucets, baths, sinks, showers, and toilets. This is the last phase of the project. We will work on all of the previous aspects first when we remodel or renovate your home. And once that is done, we will finish up by installing these fixtures.


Once we complete the new construction or remodeling project and plumbing system, then we will put them through a series of tests to make sure everything is working properly. This aspect is commonly done by filling the pipes with air pressure and monitoring the air pressure for a period of time. What this does is check for leaks, because if there is a drop in the air pressure, then something is not right. Sometimes you can use water for new pipework, but oftentimes the air pressure testing works.