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Plumbing in both commercial and residential bathrooms requires regular maintenance to keep it functioning properly through the lifetime of the building. An access panel allows you to reach plumbing systems that run behind walls, making this maintenance more convenient and affordable.

A bathroom access panel is often installed when the building is constructed or during a renovation of the bathroom. When selecting a type of access panel, the greatest concerns are often the functionality, the expected life of the panel, and the visual impact different materials will have on the bathroom’s design.

Many important building components are housed beneath the structure in a crawl space, such as plumbing and electrical wiring. While these systems are generally kept out of reach for both safety and appearance, they need to be reachable if repairs, replacement, or the installation of a new system is needed.

A crawl space access panel offers easy access to the area, but keeps out animals and vandals that might otherwise try to enter the crawl space. These panels are made of a variety of materials which are selected based on the benefits and finished look they offer.

A ceiling access panel is essential for both safety and visual appeal in almost every commercial building, and many residential spaces as well. They provide necessary access to attic spaces, lighting, ductwork, and other components in the ceiling. Depending on the material they are made from, they prevent the spread of fire and the entry of dust or animals. They can also be nearly invisible with the right substrate.

The range of ceiling access panels on the market are manufactured from materials like metal, plastic, drywall, and GFRG with each offering their own advantages.

Throughout the country - and especially here in California - new bathrooms are in high demand. Contractors are being bombarded with requests to update and improve bathrooms, as now that people are spending more time at home they are starting to see the value in improving the look and value of their bathrooms.

Contractors are busier than ever. But they're also tasked with offering the most competitive rates, because people are on tighter budgets and looking for value.