We keep our trucks fully stocked, so we can repair your faucet then and there—no need to schedule another appointment.
You’ll always know the price of your faucet repair before any work begins.
We’re here ’til midnight and available on weekends, too.
Faucets can last for many years without any problems. But if you think about how many times a day you turn your water on and off, it makes sense that it would eventually wear out. There are lots of little parts that make your faucet work like the o-rings, aerator, handle, and more. When any of these stops working right, you may start having problems.
If you don’t know all the fancy names of the parts and pieces of your faucet, that’s fine! You’ll know it’s time to call us when the water pressure is too low, your handle doesn’t work right, or there is water leaking from somewhere it shouldn’t.
What’s the Big Deal About a Leaking Faucet?
You might be wondering if a leaking faucet is really that big of a deal and if it’s worth a call. Even if your faucet only leaks a few drops per minute, it can add up more than you might realize. A typical leaky faucet can waste about a gallon of water per day.
But that’s not all! As plumbers, we see a lot of damage from leaky faucets in the Carolinas. The dripping can cause rust and other damage to plumbing parts. All the extra moisture can even cause mold around your sink. A dripping faucet is usually a quick fix, so give us a call right away so we can make sure you don’t end up with more problems or a bigger water bill.
We are going through a software change and our services will be limited until the morning of March 7th