Faucet Repair


Are Your Faucets Leaking?

Whether you need to replace your faucet head or just fix the leak, CDS offers quick service at competitive prices.

Faucet Repair

What Causes a Leaking Faucet?

A dripping faucet is not only annoying, it can also be a waste of water and money. If you’re wondering why your faucet is leaking, there are a few possible reasons.

One of the most common causes of a leaking faucet is a worn out washer. Washers are made of rubber or neoprene and they help to create a seal between the moving parts of the faucet. Over time, these washers can become brittle and cracked, which can cause them to leak.

Another possible cause of a leaking faucet is a loose packing nut. The packing nut is located under the handle of the faucet and it helps to hold the stem in place. If the packing nut is loose, it can allow water to leak around the stem.

If you have a compression-type faucet (one with two handles), another possible cause of a leak is a worn out seat washer. The seat washer is located under the valve seat and it helps to create a seal between the valve seat and the valve body.

Leaks in Bathroom Faucets

If your bathroom faucets are leaking, it may be time to replace them. But before you do, there are a few things you should know.

Leaks in bathroom faucets are often caused by mineral buildup. Over time, minerals can build up inside the faucet, causing it to leak. You can remove this buildup by soaking the faucet in vinegar for a few hours.

If your faucet is still leaking after soaking, it may be time to replace it. When shopping for a new faucet, make sure to choose one that is made of durable materials. Also, look for a model with a warranty, so you can get it replaced if it starts leaking again.

The Benefits of Faucet Repair vs. Replace

If your faucets are leaking, you may be wondering whether it’s better to repair or replace them. There are several factors to consider when making this decision, including the cost of repairs, the type of damage, and the age of your fixtures.

In general, repairing a faucet is cheaper than replacing it. However, there are some instances where replacement may be the better option. For example, if your faucet is very old, parts may no longer be available for repair. In this case, replacement would be the only option.

Another factor to consider is the type of damage. If the leak is due to a faulty washer or O-ring, repair is usually straightforward. However, if the leak is coming from a cracked spout or base, replacement may be necessary.

Finally, you’ll need to decide whether you’re comfortable making repairs yourself or if you’d prefer to hire a professional. If you’re handy with tools and have some basic plumbing knowledge, repairing a faucet isn’t difficult. However, if you’re not confident in your abilities, it’s probably best to hire a professional.

Troubleshooting Faucet Problems

If you have a faucet that is leaking, there are a few things that you can do to troubleshoot the problem. First, check to see if the problem is with the washer. If the washer is worn out, it will need to be replaced. If the problem is not with the washer, then it is likely that the problem is with the O-ring. The O-ring seals the connection between the valve and the spout. If the O-ring is damaged, it will need to be replaced.

Call CDS to Fix your Faucets

If your faucets are leaking, it’s time to call CDS. We’re the experts when it comes to fixing leaks, and we’ll make sure your faucets are fixed quickly and efficiently. Don’t let a little leak turn into a big problem – call us today and we’ll take care of it!

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