Carter’s My Plumber Replaced a Shower for Local Family
They recently replaced a shower for a family in need in Trafalgar. The Carter’s have been involved in their community providing support for folks in need. They recently replaced a shower for a family in need. They worked together with a local contractor to remodel the entire bathroom. The project was a pretty large undertaking according to Jamie Carter, who worked out of our Trafalgar office to provide supervision. They were able to replace the tub unit, vanity, toilet and faucet with all new appliances. The project turned out very nice for the family.
Family in Need
This local family suffered a great loss when the father was killed in an automobile accident on State Road 135. Their home needed several repairs, and it’s been amazing how local companies have united to provide the necessary repairs for their home, including the bathroom remodel. It’s this level of care extended to a family in need that displays a tremendous amount of compassion.
Compassion is the heart of Carter’s My Plumber
Carter’s My Plumber is founded on the principles of serving others through owners Jamie and Lisa Carter. They have both served through their church on missions, and in the community with outreach programs. Kelson Carter has donated plumbing work for cancer patients, community need-based programs, and has served feeding the homeless at Wheeler Mission. The Carter family recognizes the importance of serving others and makes that is at the heart of their business. While they can’t help every single need, they are always sensitive to how they are being called to help.
Shower Replacement Trafalgar
Shower replacements are becoming more popular with the new models that are easily exchangeable for an old unit. As a tub or shower wears out, it is important to inspect sub-flooring and the support of the unit. Shower Replacements, or tub replacements can generally be replaced in one day. The old unit is removed, and the sub-flooring and walls are inspected for repairs. The new unit is placed in the same position as the old unit, and then drywall is replaced and coated. The shower faucet, and shower drain, and doors are installed, and the unit is ready to go.