Utilities like water connection, drainage systems, and electricity are the heart and lungs of any domicile. If you have erected a new house then setting up the plumbing installations in your new home is way more essential than creating the wiring for electricity connections. Your responsibility doesn’t end with buying lots of valves, water pipes or checking the drainage codes of your locality. Along with shopping a Domestic water pumpalong with various plumbing products like a water heater, water and sewerage pipes, toilet, baths, showerheads and many faucets for the water flow in kitchen and bathrooms. Above all, you can start by calling a professional plumber, ready to shoulder the planning and installation services with 100% ease.

Here are some tips to set up plumbing installation in your new home-

Install Water supply System

With the help of a licensed and experienced plumber, install the water system in your house. If you have the water reservoir installed in the ground, install a fine water pump that will take the water to the tank installed on the rooftop. There you can install the water heater that will prepare a hot water tank and will flow when the tap will be opened.  

Install pipelines and fittings in bathroom and kitchen

Plan how to install the water and sewerage pipelines in the bathrooms and kitchen. You need at least 2-3 faucets in these places and a showerhead in the bathroom. In the kitchen too, the sewerage system should be strong enough to dispose of the garbage and easily flow out the water residues through the sink.

Install the swimming pool pump

If you have got a pool in your house, install a swimming pool pump for maintaining the cleanliness of the water. The work of the pump is to purify the water and make it safer for the next day’s swimming.

Water supply for gardening 

Think about installing a Submersible pump to acquire the water directly from the soil and store it directly in the tank. However, for gardening purpose, dripping pump or sprinkler is widely used for watering the plants in a proper rhythm.


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