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Faucet Repair & Replacement​


What’s the hype with replacing my faucet?

There is a growing interest of homeowners being responsible with the amount of water they use in their home. It becomes even more of an interest when there are water shortages.

Most people do not know the purpose or how a faucet works. At the main shut-off valve in your home, there is an aerator. The aerator limits the water flow through the home. It regulates a constant pressure of water moving through the pipes.

The water heater is designed to heat the water in it to the same temperature. It’s constant as well.

A faucet is designed to reduce the amount of water that comes out of your sink as well as allow you to control the water temperature.

Think of it this way, if you didn’t have a faucet, you would have an enormous amount of water with a very high temperature coming out of your sink!

Replacing your faucet with a new one will help you regulate the amount of water you use in your home. Plus there are a variety of styles and functions a faucet can provide, making your life a bit easier when washing or rinsing.

8 Signs you know when it’s time to replace your faucet:

There are some signs you need to be aware of when it comes time to deciding if you should replace your faucet. Keep in mind a faucet can also be your shower head. It doesn’t have to be isolated to a kitchen sink or a bathroom sink.

1. Faucet is constantly dripping (can include the knobs).

2. Faucet water pressure isn’t the same as it used to be.

3. Faucet is physically damaged.

4. When moving it left to right (if it is able too), it’s not as smooth as it used to be.

5. When adjusting hot or cold water, the knobs are hard to adjust, or the leak water.

6. Water drains even though the stopper is in contact with the sink

7. The spray head has lost pressure.

8. The faucet operating parts are loose.

​What can I do to replace my faucet?

Of course, you can do this yourself and it does take some knowledge and experience. Or you could call One and Done Handyman to replace your faucet. Our experienced staff replaces faucets all the time. Simply pick out the one you want (or we can help you choose one), call us, and we’ll take care of the rest. It really is that simple!