Watters Plumbing has provided dependable plumbing services to homes throughout Northeastern Wisconsin since 1960. Some of our residential services include:
- Navien Tankless Water Heaters
- Same-Day Water Heater Replacement
- Sump Pumps
- Water Softeners and Filtration
- New Construction Plumbing
- Leak Repair
Our residential plumbing services are available to homes throughout Northeastern Wisconsin including, but not limited to:
- Little Chute
- Combined Locks
- Green Bay
- Fond du Lac
- And surrounding areas!
Give us a call today to schedule an estimate!
Plumbing for New Home Construction
Building a home from the ground up is an experience in itself. You need professionals that you can trust and turn to for information and guidance. You may wonder how and when you pick the plumber in the building process. Often times, and for various reasons, your contractor will automatically decide which plumber will be used to plumb your home. However, you should be aware, it is ultimately your choice. If quality and service are important to you, remember it’s your house, choose Watters Plumbing.
Watters Plumbing can help you with your plumbing needs through every stage of the building experience. Beginning with the design stage of your home through complete kitchen and bath installations. We have the expertise to draw out an integrated pipe run that benefits you most in your new home, including gas runs, all the way through assisting you in selecting sinks, toilets, baths, showers, to complete kitchen or bath ensembles.
How It Works
Every home is unique and we treat it as such. When Watters Plumbing gets a plan for a new home being built, we get to work on putting together a FREE proposal. The proposal uses the prices of products based on the information we gather from the builder or homeowner.
As soon as the proposal is accepted, the homeowner sets up a consultation. During the consultation, the homeowner sees each product listed in the proposal. The homeowner can also browse other products and test them out in the Watters showroom.
As soon as the homeowner chooses the products they want, a change order is prepared. The change order lists out any price changes from the products listed in the original proposal to the newly selected products, along with the difference in price.