Deland Plumber New Construction - Local Volusia County Plumber

Prestige Plumbing & Backflow Services - Your local Volusia county Plumber has to know how and experience to handle your new construction plumbing needs.

Deland Plumber 1st rough

Plans / 1st Rough

Prestige Plumbing & Backflow Services can provide estimates for all your new construction needs. We are local Volusia Plumbing company with years of experience in the field.

Always hire a licensed State Of Forida Contractor

Deland Plumber 2nd rough

2nd Rough

The most important thing to do is do the job right the first time. A 1st rough done corectly only helps the second phase of plumbing greatly and keeps big nasty holes in the new concrete slab. Prestige Plumbing & Backflow Services strives to always do it right the first time. The same thing is true for the 2nd rough.

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Finish Product

Prestige Plumbing & Backflow always looks to the next step for any problems when providing any plumbing services. We take pride in the finish product and how it functions. Years of experience has given alot of incite to common problems in new construction. Contact us today - your local Deland, Volusia Plumber today.

Hire Licensed Contractor Quote

"If you think it's expensive to hire a professional to do the job, wait until you hire an amateur."Red Adair

You can always look up a company or person at to make sure they are a licenesed contractor. Prstige Plumbing & Backflow Services is Qualified by license holder Michael Braswell. State license # CFC1427333.

Questions and Info

Prsitge Plumbing & Backflow Services - Your local Deland Plumber can answer all your new construction needs and help understand all phases to your project. Prestige Plumbing & Backflow Services - Your Voulsia County Plumber is fully insured and licensed thru the state of florida.

Don't hire a unlicensed contractor.

If you hire a unlicensed contractor and he gets hurt on your property you are liable for his medical bills. If you hire a unlicensed contractor and there is damages to your property, you have no way of restitution.

Example of liability for home owners who hire unlicensed contractors.

One of the unlicensed contractor’s employees falls off a ladder. The fall resulted in a broken elbow and a sky-high medical bill. A licensed contractor is required to have workers’ compensation insurance. And his insurance pays the bill. But what if the contractor wasn't licensed and didn't have insurance. The employee very well could have sued the homeowner for medical bills and lost wages since it happened on his property. Unlicensed contractors put their own clients at risk if someone's injured on the job."

How to check for valid license info.

You could go to Always ask to see ID to match any license info presented. Check to make sure the name on the ID is the same as the license holder.

What work requires a permit?

A building permit is required if you plan to construct, enlarge, alter, repair, move, demolish or change the occupancy of a building or structure. A building permit is also required if you plan to install, alter, repair, remove, convert or replace any electrical, gas, mechanical or plumbing system, provided the installation is regulated by the Florida Building Code.

Licensed handyman?

Anyone claiming to be a licensed "handyman" is not telling the truth; there is no such license. If they are doing structural, plumbing, electrical, HVAC, roof or similar repair tasks on your home without a county or state license for those trades, they are doing unlicensed work.

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