Residential Plumbing Renovations

Ready, Set…  Renovate!

Finally putting a home renovation into action can be an exciting – and stressful time!  KNA Plumbing strives to provide a positive and worry-free renovation experience. We’d like to think we are making Victoria better one bathroom and kitchen at a time!

We have extensive experience in all types of residential renovations from bathrooms to kitchens to entirely new suites.  A large portion of our renovation work comes through word of mouth from satisfied customers like yourself.  We are also the number one choice for a number of contractors in town to provide the plumbing expertise for their renovations. We’d like to think this is because our focus is on serving the customer and making sure they get a quality renovation on time and on budget.

Please let us know if you would like referrals to some of the contractors we work with – we trust them and wouldn’t hesitate to provide their names to our customers.  After all we specialize in plumbing and need to leave the drywall and carpentry to someone who knows what they are doing!

 Call Mike: KNA Plumbing 250-880-0104

Renovations come in many sizes and shapes – here’s a sampling of some of the renovations KNA Plumbing has done:

  • Full Bathroom / Kitchen remodels
  • Basement renovation / development
  • Barrier free remodels (wheelchair access)
  • Home additions/suites

For fixtures – we can recommend quality brands that fit your budget and advise on placement for install as well. If you’d prefer we make the selection of fixtures – we can do that too.

We’d be happy to provide references and photos of past work and as always stand by the work that we do. KNA Plumbing is licensed, insured, bonded (gas), certified in gas fitting and covered by WCB.

Call Mike: KNA Plumbing 250-880-0104

Fun Plumbing Fact:

“Historically bathrooms have had some very interesting names:

  • Egyptians— House of Honor
  • Romans — Necessarium
  • Tudors — Privy / House of Privacy
  • French — La Chambre Sent / (the smelly room)
  • Israelis — House of Honor

Pre toilet paper it was recorded that sometimes a mussel shell was used, and was called a scraper! The Romans used a stick with a sponge on one end hence the phrase “the wrong end of the stick”. In the south, corn cobs were sometimes used!”