Sink and faucet repair is the process of readjusting your sink and faucet so that they work in conjunction with one another and well. When one is failing, it takes a toll on the working condition of the other and can cause leaks, clogs, and ultimately – lots of resources to repair. Instead, we recommend getting in touch with us as soon as you notice that there may be something wrong with either your sink or your faucet – or both!
Depending on what type of sink you have, sinks can also break and become damaged over time. Whether it’s the actual structure of the sink or it simply doesn’t fit with your indoor aesthetics. Clients may find that the old porcelain sink they have no longer serves its purpose in their modern bathroom, or that they prefer a stainless steel one for easier cleaning. Sinks can also become cracked, dented, and scratched with extended use and lose the original sheen they once had. When this happens and your sink has run its course, it could be time for a sink repair or a new sink altogether.
If your water isn’t draining, the culprit is usually a clogged drain. More common than you may think, clogged drains can often be annoying and frustrating, especially if you aren’t sure how to unclog it or clean it. We’re able to provide the tools and techniques to adequately clean and unclog your clogged drains, regardless if they’re in the bathroom sink, kitchen sink, or even in the shower. Often times, the clogging occurs from hard gels and pastes, food items, and hair that can get stuck in the inner lining of the drain and clog the pipe from allowing water to pass through smoothly.
Faucet repair is sometimes needed when you have a faucet that is completely faulty or the unit itself is troublesome. Some faucets age with time and can rust, become dirty, and simply fail to continue working with the same pace as they would brand new. Faucet repairs can include choosing a new faucet that needs to be installed into your home during remodeling or building a faucet and sinks unit that fit into one another and work in conjunction to allow you space to wash your face, hands, dishes, and much more.
If you've ever tried to turn the handle or knob on your faucet, but you've noticed that it requires more effort than usual, then your faucet fixture is probably loose at the base. This can often happen when the fixture is older or the glue seal around the base of the fixture is pealing or loosened. Loosened faucet fixtures are not only annoying but can cause leaks and other problems if they become loose from the pipes they should be attached to. To fix this problem, we can assist with tightening the faucet to the attached pipes and setting it back into place on the counter and reseal it using durable glue sealants that hold it in.We offer 24/7 plumbing service.