new construction

Redline Plumbing & Heating specializes in new construction plumbing, encompassing the installation of plumbing systems in newly constructed residential, commercial, or industrial buildings. This comprehensive process involves the design, planning, and meticulous implementation of the plumbing infrastructure to guarantee the proper functioning of water supply, drainage, and waste management systems.

Workers doing new construction


During the installation phase, our plumbers work closely with other construction professionals, including architects, engineers, and contractors. This collaboration ensures the plumbing system is seamlessly integrated into the overall building design. Our skilled team installs pipes, fittings, valves, fixtures, and appliances according to the plumbing plan and local building codes.

Specialized Services
in New Construction Plumbing

  1. Rough-In Plumbing: This critical step involves installing the main supply lines, drain lines, and vent pipes before the walls and floors are finished. It includes running pipes through walls, ceilings, and floors, and connecting them to the main water supply and sewer lines.
  2. Fixture Installation: Plumbers expertly install fixtures such as sinks, toilets, showers, bathtubs, and faucets, ensuring they are properly connected to the water supply and drainage system.
  3. Water Heater Installation: Whether traditional tank-style or tankless models, our plumbers ensure water heaters are correctly connected to both the water supply and gas or electrical systems.
  4. Testing and Inspection: After the plumbing system is installed, plumbers conduct thorough tests and inspections to ensure all connections are secure, there are no leaks, and the system functions as intended.

New Construction

and Compliance

Our new construction plumbers at Redline Plumbing & Heating possess a high level of expertise and in-depth knowledge of plumbing codes and regulations. We work closely with other construction professionals to ensure the plumbing system is installed correctly and perfectly meets the needs of the building occupants.