Fixing a leaky shower faucet is crucial to keeping a sane mind as well as keeping your water bill down. It should only take 5 steps to address the leaky faucet, turn off the water supply, open the faucet and let the water drain, cover the drain with a towel, remove the faucet handle and take apart the working to see what needs repair. A good indicator of a leaky faucet is If you notice that your water bill has slowly been going up month over month, check your faucets to see if any of them may be dripping or leaking. If you don't notice that your faucets are leaking or dripping, it's possible it's something else and you'll need to contact our expert plumbers.
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Open the faucet and drain out any access water within the pipes.
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Cover the drain with a plug or a towel. As you take apart the faucet, many of the parts are small, and you don’t want to lose pieces down the drain.
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Remove the faucet handle. Most handles are attached with a screw hidden by a decorative cap.
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Take apart the workings of the faucet and determine which part is in need of repair or replacement.
While some home repairs may be easy to find and fix on your own, others may take a great deal of time out of your busy day or weekend. Consider calling Quality First Plumbing & Heating to help keep your home in top shape, and avoid water waste and higher utility bills with a simple home maintenance schedule.
Fast: Get service on your schedule! In most instances, we can even offer same-day service calls.
Honest: We never recommend anything outside the scope of your needs - scout’s honor.
Financing: Say goodbye to that boxed in feeling. We offer flexible financing options (subject to credit approval).
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No Hidden Fees: We keep everything transparent and we never charge extra for weekend calls.
All of our work is guaranteed. In fact, drains are guaranteed to remain free of stoppages for 30-90 days and all plumbing/HVAC labor is guaranteed for one year. Water and sewer lines have a 10-year transferrable warranty - at no additional charge to you!