Speaking to a plumber is the first step in any household plumbing plan, so do this as early as possible in the design of your new home. Household plumbing is one of the most important aspects of a new home design, so its always wise to go with plumber who is qualified, registered and licensed for the work you want done.
Consult your plumber extensively about your options for home plumbing, pipes and tapware. A plan detailing where you are going to put toilets, taps and sinks should also be drawn up. Consider where the laundry will be situated, where the showers and baths will go and whether there is anything else that will require water inlets and outlets. Most plumbers should also be able to supply and install the pipework for your home's plumbing system.
Plumbers should have public liability insurance and once the job is finished there is a certificate of compliance, which is signed off by a plumber licensed for that work. Plumbers in Australia can give a certificate to prove that the work was performed by a licensed plumber. You should check before you engage a plumber that they are insured and will issue you with a certificate of compliance.
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