Common Faucet Problems
Leaky faucet repair can mean several different things, depending on what has gone wrong with your faucet. We’ll take a look at let you know what we find. Chances are good that it will be one of the following problems:
- Your seals have deteriorated
- You have mineral buildup inside your faucet
- You have corrosion inside your faucet, where you can’t see it
- Parts inside your faucet are loose
- Parts inside your faucet have broken
No matter what we find, we’ll get your faucet repaired efficiently. We’ll let you know if we need to order parts, though most of the time we have what we need. Before long, your leaky faucet repair will be completed and you won’t have to drive yourself crazy listening to it drip anymore.
Repairing vs. Replacing Your Faucet
Sometimes, faucet repairs aren’t the best option for you. After all, you don’t want to pay more to fix a leaky faucet than it would cost to simply replace it. Also, corrosion and mineral buildup inside your faucet may be difficult to remove completely. Once these start causing problems, it might be the case that they will simply continue to do so no matter what you do or what we can repair.
If we think you should replace your faucet rather than continue to pursue faucet repairs, we’ll let you know and help you choose the right faucet for your home. We can help you match other fixtures in your bathroom or even, sometimes, find the exact same faucet for you. We’ll make sure that you have a faucet you love. Then, we’ll install it and test it so we’ll leave knowing for sure that it will work for you. We’ll invite you to test it, too, just to be sure.
Call us at Turner’s Service whenever you need your faucet fixed. We’ll get the job done fast so you can get back to your routine. Make your appointment today!