Proper care and maintenance will certainly prolong the life of your faucets but knowing when to repair and when to replace older faucets is key to saving money. Faucet Repair
Replacing worn parts can often extend the life of your faucet. Or the repair may not last more than a few months.
Proper care and maintenance will certainly prolong the life of your faucets but knowing when to repair and when to replace older faucets is key to saving money.
Replacing a dated faucet with a newer model can easily update the look of your kitchen or bath. Replacing an old faucet can also save money by avoiding costly repairs on worn parts and save money on your utility bills with new water-saving features.
New kitchen faucets and lavatory faucets come in many shapes, sizes, and finishes. When choosing new kitchen and bath features there are several things you should consider:
- Shape and Size – When considering the shape and size of a new faucet, you will need to decide if you want:
- A two-handled faucet or a single-handled faucet,
- A center-set faucet or a wide-spread faucet
- A built-in sprayer, a sprayer on the side, or no sprayer at all
Generally, faucet dimensions and sink openings are standard throughout the plumbing industry. Kitchen sinks typically come pre-drilled with 1 hole, 3 holes, or 4 holes. There are a few exceptions, however, so it is a good idea to check your sink before you make your faucet purchase.
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