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RETROFITTING IN SANTA CLARITA AND WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Santa Clarita Retrofitters is Santa Clarita’s number one choice for plumbing retrofitting.  Whether you’re in need of a simple toilet replacement or you’re remodeling your entire building and your plans call for retrofitted plumbing fixtures throughout in order to meet the minimum building standards and obtain a final permit, or certificate of completion, we can make it happen, it’s what we do. From January 1st 2017, home owners will be required to confirm the presence of conservation friendly plumbing fixtures or replace older outdated plumbing fixtures within buildings constructed on or before January 1, 1994.  Whether you are a home seller and wish to retrofit your house for the sale or need an affidavit of compliance for an already retrofitted house, we can help you with this.

santa clarita retrofitting | santaclaritaretrofitters.comSanta Clarita Retrofitting Standards

The city of Santa Clarita requires that building constructed on or before January 1 1994 be retrofitted prior to the issuance of a final work permit. That means if you own a house and wish to improve it by adding on square footage or remodeling you must conform the retrofitting standards.

If you are selling a house

As of January 1 2017, if you are selling a house you must disclose whether your home is equipped with energy efficient plumbing fixtures. How do you do this? You can start with completing the affidavit provided by the city of Santa Clarita and having Santa Clarita retrofitting, plumbing contractor or other representative and yes, even you the owner confirm that you are in fact compliant.

Retrofitting cost calculator

You can visit our cost estimator here and there you can estimate the potential costs with retrofitting just a few fixtures or the entire building.

Santa Clarita retrofitting and Understanding SB407

As of January 1, 2017 SB 407 will take affect requiring all homeowners, including those who own multifamily residences and building departments to conserve water by replacing outdated plumbing fixtures with water-efficient alternatives. This measure will necessitate the installation of low flow plumbing fixtures such as toilets, faucets throughout the building, urinals and shower heads...