Hempstead, NY Faucet Repairs by Sears Handyman
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Malfunctioning faucets commonly occur in kitchens, bathrooms, and outdoor spigots. Faucets can be intricate fixtures, and repairing and replacing a broken one can be a complex matter. Whether your faucet needs a new screw or washer, or if there's some problem with water pressure, a Sears Handyman can help out. Our service staff can help with most faucet-related issues, and they will be glad to solve you faucet problems in no time.
Replacing a Bathroom Faucet
Faucets contain a number of working parts that deliver water, including a spout, handles, lift rod, aerator, water inlets, mixing chamber, and cartridge(1). From washers and screws to supply nuts and aerators, correctly installing a faucet can sometimes prove too difficult or tedious for the average homeowner. If you need help with a faucet installation, a Sears Handyman can assist. Once you know what faucet style you want, a Sears technician will do the hard part of installing the faucet and making sure it works correctly.
Leaky faucets can be extremely annoying and troublesome, and their incessant dripping can frustrate even the most patient person. Not only are leaky faucets annoying, they are a primary source of wasted water in the United States. In fact, the EPA has determined that leaky faucets and toilets are some of the major causes of wasted water - up to 1 trillion wasted gallons nationally per year(2). If you have leaky faucets, they could be contributing to this problem and raising your monthly water bill. Have a Sears Handyman fix the leak and leave your faucet working as it should.
Leaking outdoor faucets can be a major problem for your yard. Under the right circumstances, an outdoor faucet can lose large amounts of water, wasting your water, increasing your bills, and possibly flooding your lawn. When you have a leaking outdoor faucet or your current one is broken and needs to be repaired, give the professionals at Sears Handyman a call and they will address your faucet problems with care and professionalism.
1. Sheppard, Laurel M. "Faucet." How Products Are Made: An Illustrated Guide to Product Manufacturing. Ed. Jacqueline L. Longe. Vol. 6. Detroit: Gale, 2001. 165-170. Gale Virtual Reference Library. Web. 15 Sept. 2015.
2. Chris Mooney, "The incredibly stupid way that Americans waste 1 trillion gallons of water each year," The Washington Post (March 17, 2015).
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