Faucet Repairs and Plumbing Service in Las Vegas
One of the most annoying plumbing repairs that homeowners face today is the leaky faucet. The constant drip, drip, drip of the water can disrupt the peace and quiet of your home, disturbing restful slumber at night and creating a mess in the bathroom, kitchen, or laundry room. Taking care of this problem as soon as possible can also help to prevent more extensive repairs from becoming necessary.
Emergency Faucet Repair Las Vegas
If your faucet has been leaking for quite some time, it is possible that this problem will develop into an emergency when you cannot turn off the faucet and the water keeps running. If this happens, you should turn off the main supply of water to the faucet and call a plumber immediately. You should be able to cut off the supply of water simply by turning the handles beneath the sink in a clockwise fashion.
The Benefits of Hiring a Professional Plumber to Complete Your Faucet Installation
Depending on the location, the installation might involve distinctive surfaces such as granite, ceramic, or porcelain. Each of these requires special care in order to avoid damaging them while completing faucet installation. A licensed plumber has the training and skills needed to do so carefully without damaging these unique surfaces.
It is also possible that additional plumbing services might be needed, depending on the age and condition of the existing plumbing. Fixtures and pipes might need replacing, necessitating the skills of an experienced plumber.
Some faucet installations have an added level of difficulty when they involve narrow, hard-to-reach locations. Our plumbers have the training and experience needed to complete this type of installation carefully and professionally.
Faucet Installations Las Vegas
When you obtain your faucet installation from our company, you can expect each of the following services:
- Removal and disposal of existing faucet
- Evaluation of existing plumbing components needed for the replacement
- Faucet installation and necessary connection to existing plumbing
- Required changes to existing sink setups to accommodate side-pullout spray designs for kitchens or laundry facilities
- Evaluation and testing of the faucet installation
- Complete cleanup and disposal of job-related debris