Installation of a new sink or toilet may seem like a simple project, but you should be aware of the issues that may arise during the process. If any part of the system attached to your toilet or sink is broken, or if there is invisible rot in the inside area, or, even worse, if the tiles break during the installation process, it won't be an easy DIY project anymore.

Really, when it comes to installing something in your bathroom, you truly want a professional for the job. After having installed hundreds of thousands of sinks, fixtures, bathtubs, showers, etc. for over two decades we have certainly learned a thing or two about how to get such projects done the right way!





You can expect our Installation Teams to:

  • Have a clean, neat, and professional appearance with proper installer identification.
  • Walk the project with you and explain the installation process and necessary steps (e.g. evaluating access to power, determining approved parking areas, and suitable area for a workstation).
  • Show respect for you, your home, and your property.
  • Use drop cloths and proper protective materials (if needed) to protect your property from damage and debris during the installation.
  • Keep you informed of the status of the installation project and answer any questions that might arise during the installation.
  • Perform a quality installation to your expectations and the industry standards.
  • Complete the installation in a timely manner.
  • Review the completed project with you and answer any questions you may have.
  • Ensure all pertinent product paperwork is given to you at the completion of the project.
  • Leave all work areas clean and free of debris. Remove all installation trash and debris from the jobsite.