As a veteran-owned and operated business, Marines Services Co. knows how to get the job done right, which is critical when it comes to kitchen renovations. Since our start in 2013, our skilled home renovation plumbers have delivered exceptional service to homeowners in Fairfax County and beyond. We’re here not just to install a new faucet or sink, but to offer you valuable advice and knowledge to help you make the right choices for your kitchen renovation.
When you hire Marines Services Co. for a renovation, you’ll get unparalleled workmanship, clear communication, and quality fixtures and materials that will stand the test of time.
The kitchen is the heart of your home—somehow this is even true if you don’t cook! It’s the place where we gather, where we connect, and where we spend time, so if there’s any room in your house worth renovating, it’s the kitchen. Here are some plumbing considerations for a kitchen renovation:
Faucets – While installing a faucet is standard in a kitchen remodel, we can also add a pot filler near your cooktop or a second sink and faucet to your kitchen island.
Sinks – Want a farmhouse sink, but not sure if you have the room? Wishing your sink was lined up with your kitchen window? We can help you choose the best sink for your kitchen remodel and even relocate it if needed.
Garbage Disposals – It’s not as glamorous as a faucet or sink, but every kitchen needs a garbage disposal!
Kitchen Appliance Installation – We can hook up your dishwasher, refrigerator, freezer, and water filter when you’re remodeling your kitchen too.
Contact Marines Services Co. today at 703-672-7551 for an estimate on your kitchen renovation—we’ll happily come out and assess your needs. We serve clients in Manassas and Fairfax, VA, as well as the surrounding areas.
If you’ve performed plumbing work yourself in the past, you may be able to install a sink yourself when you’re renovating a kitchen, but it’s best to hire a plumber to ensure that everything is done properly and to code.
Yes, sink plumbing can be moved. In some cases, it’s simple to nudge a sink and faucet a few inches to the left or right, but a bigger move will require the plumbing to be rerouted.
The cost of rerouting your plumbing depends on the extent of the reroute and the amount of work needed to accomplish it. For example, if your kitchen has been completely demoed for your renovation, it’s easier for us to reroute your plumbing than if we have to cut through drywall or flooring to access it.
This is a common misconception. It’s easier for kitchen sinks to be located on an outside wall, but they don’t need to be. Many homeowners opt to relocate their kitchen sinks to an island when they’re doing a kitchen renovation.
When renovating a kitchen, it’s easy to get carried away with high-end finishes and costly upgrades. If you’re looking to save money on your plumbing, we can help you find more affordable versions of the sinks and faucets you like or help you save on one aspect of your plumbing so you can splurge on another.
Absolutely! Kitchen renovations have a great return on investment when you sell your house and because you likely spend a lot of time in your kitchen, it’s worth making it a room you love.