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Faucet Repair & Faucet Installation For Your Kitchen, Bathroom & More

Repairing and Installing Faucets in your home or office.

Faucets are one of those little life conveniences that you only think about when there is a problem.  That is why when you need faucet repair or installation, there is no substitute for professional services. Water is an everyday part of our lives. Make sure your faucet installation is completed by a company with a reputation you can trust.

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Why hire a professional plumber for faucet repair or installation?

Sure, it seems tempting to get your handy friend and attempt to repair or install your own faucet.  There is always a chance that you can figure out the instructions from some random how-to video.  However, even if you manage to make the connection and get running water, there are still some huge risks. If the connection isn't secure, even a small drip can cause water damage and mold inside the walls. In addition, a professional plumber can diagnose other plumbing problems and potentially save you money in the long run.

Do you have leaky faucets and need faucet repair or installation?

Our highly-trained and experienced plumbers are standing by, ready to serve you.

What types of faucets can a plumber fix or install?

Working faucets can seem all alike, but in truth, there are many different variations. That is why it is so important to hire a professional plumber with experience working with many different types.  Faucets can come in one or two handle varieties that can turn or be pulled in certain directions. 

Inside the faucet, different mechanisms can be used to control the flow of water.  Ball faucets move a plastic or metal ball inside the faucet. Cartridge faucets are two handle devices.  Each handle moves an internal valve that controls the flow of hot or cold water.  Disc faucets contain an internal chamber where both temperatures of water mix before moving through the faucet.

Bathroom Faucet Repair and Installation

Each month you are reminded of the fact that you pay for the water you use. Unfortunately, that includes water that is wasted because of a leaky faucet.  Dripping tubs, showers, and sinks can add up on your water bill.  Low water pressure can also be a source of endless irritation, and potentially indicate other problems with your plumbing system.

A professional plumber can help you diagnose these and other problems with your bathroom faucets. We can also make sure your new faucets are installed correctly when you renovate your home.

Kitchen Faucet Installation and Sink Repairs

In addition to the extra money spent on wasted water from leaks, kitchen faucets and sinks can also come with other problems. Many kitchens have appliances like dishwashers or garbage disposals installed. These devices can impact your plumbing in ways you might not consider.

If you have issues with water pressure or leaks after an appliance installation, you should trust a professional plumber to make the necessary repairs. Better yet, contact a plumber to get water-related appliances installed correctly the first time.

Outdoor Faucet Repairs and Installation

Leaks in external faucets can be especially dangerous as they can damage the foundation of your home.  They can also indicate serious cracks in the water or sewer lines under your property.  Trust a professional plumber to inspect and install external faucets, or to repair damage caused by freezing pipes in the winter.

Commercial Faucet Plumbing

Many businesses use a lot more water than the average home.  That means greater wear and tear on pipes and faucets throughout the facility. The greater volume of water and the larger number of faucets also means even small leaks can raise water bills significantly. Trust a professional plumbing service to keep water line problems from allowing you to serve your customers.

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