Trim is an essential part of a building’s design that serves a variety of purposes: protection and durability, coverage of joints and gaps, enhancement of aesthetics, definition and detail, and value enhancement. In addition, it can be made of a wide variety of materials to suit design preferences and the needs of the space. For example, baseboards protect walls from scuffs and furniture damage, crown molding emphasizes ceiling height, and wainscoting adds depth and character to an interior.
In the HVAC trim out phase, technicians install and connect ductwork to the building’s heating and cooling system. They also connect vents and grilles to distribute conditioned air throughout the space. This requires precision and attention to detail to ensure proper installation, adherence to safety standards, and optimal comfort for the building’s residents.
The final phase of new construction plumbing is known as “trim-out plumbing.” During this stage, a plumber installs all the sinks, tubs, showers, toilets, and other fixtures for the building’s plumbing system. This task requires patience, precision, and a keen eye for detail as any mistakes can lead to costly repairs down the road. A highly-trained and experienced team of plumbers is critical to ensuring that all the i’s are dotted and t’s crossed during the trim-out plumbing phase. This includes ensuring that the building’s pipes are properly sized and routed, connecting the drains to the appropriate fixtures, and running the necessary tests to ensure proper operation.