Faucet Repair


5 star ratingThis company continues to exceed my expectations. I recently had them out for a huge job! I bought a new house and my water heater was in my master closet so we upgraded to a tankless and moved it to the garage. I also had a ton of small odds and ends (leaky pipe, replace kitchen faucet, etc.). Kevin especially is so helpful he goes above and beyond to ensure that he doesn't just do the job but that if there's a way to improve something along the way, then take the extra time and care to do it! Overly impressed with their professionalism and family feel. Thank you all so much!!

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Jaime N.
8/17/2017

Faucet Repair & Replacement

A leaky faucet could be as irritating as it is expensive, pricey to fix and a high water bill if it leaks too much water. You will be amazed to see how many gallons of water can be wasted by a leaky faucet or a dripping faucet. If your faucet is leaking and you need faucet repair, remember the alternative of entirely replacing the faucet. Sure, it could be a little more expensive at this moment, but if you’re replacing one type of faucet system with another, it can save you a headache, time and money in the future.


Choosing to Repair, Replace, or Upgrade your Faucet

There are a number of different types of faucets, each with its unique advantages and disadvantages. If your faucet is a little bit older, compression type of faucet repairs might be required frequently. These are among the oldest style for a faucet still available, with new and improved models still found in homes these days. Compression faucets have separate hot and cold handles and need you to put pressure on the handle to cut off the water flow. Compression faucets undergo much more upkeep and faucet repair than various other types because of their use of washers to seal off the flow of water. These washers are typically made of rubber, and for that reason wear out with a lot use. Once worn out, you’ll start to notice a persistent drip of water from the faucet head.

The alternative to compression faucets are the washer-less faucet designs: ball, disc, or cartridge. Each type is distinct, however when it comes to cutting off water flow, none of them depend on washers that can wear out. Next time you’re facing faucet repair, consider changing the style and saving yourself the need to repair again soon.

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