Kitchen Remodels

Remodeling your kitchen can be a fantastic way to create your dream home, or increase your home’s value if you’re looking to sell it.

You will most likely need to do some plumbing remodeling while undertaking this renovation. Plumbing may not be a part of the original plan; however, a plumber should always be consulted. This will help ensure that changes made in the kitchen do not interfere with existing pipes or fixtures. During a kitchen remodel, the water will need to be shut off, and sections of the kitchen will be exposed. This may seem inconvenient, but if unexpected issues arise, they could delay a project even further. Including a plumber from the beginning while planning a remodel can save a lot of time, money, and headaches in the long run. A plumber will determine whether the kitchen needs re-piping to replace old or damaged plumbing.

Everybody planning a kitchen remodel has great ideas, but consulting a plumber for advice is a surefire way to make those plans a reality. A plumber can not only answer questions, but can help guide your remodel while taking plumbing into consideration, and work with any other contractors involved in the project to keep the remodel go smoothly.

If you are looking to remodel your kitchen, please call us at (781) 424-0700 or use our online service request form to reach out to us.

What Others Say About Pilgrim Plumbing

As always, I am very happy to have Pilgrim Plumbing as my plumber!

I wanted to switch to a tankless water heater. Pilgrim Plumbing came by and installed it quickly and I was up and running in no time.

I wanted to let you know how pleased I am with your service tech who came out to repair the leak I had in my Jacuzzi plumbing. He was dedicated to doing a good job, and I appreciate that.


Cities We Serve

Pilgrim Plumbing & Heating services the South Shore area including, but not limited to, the following areas:

Norwell

Hanover

Scituate

Hingham

Weymouth

Marshfield

Cohasset

Rockland

Plymouth

Plympton

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