Faucet Repair

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Faucet Repair in MontanaOur faucets are one of the many pieces of installations we take for granted over time. Though they do not pose a big problem to us as they can be replaced anytime, faucets are one of the most important installations we have in our house. It provides us with the needed water supply we have to make life more convenient.

Top Faucet Problems from Local Montana Residents

Bad installation Most faucet problems can be accounted for during the initial installation. Trying to do the setting up of a new faucet can be well and good if you were able to go by the process with the installation guide. However, if you just tried to fit it like a jigsaw puzzle, you could eventually miss something which could probably be a big problem in the long run. Leaks Leaks are the most common problem with faucets. It is often the most visible problem that one can see to determine if there is an issue. Leaks can originate from various areas including from the aerator, to base of the spout or the underside of the handle. Repairing leaks can be quite simple and easy. Most of the time, they can be mended with faucet repair parts such as the O-ring which can be damaged quickly. Sluggish water pressure Unusual drops in water pressure is also a common problem. Most of the time, this can be caused by an increase of mineral deposits inside the faucet system called lime-scale. Lime-scale problems are more common in houses with hard water supply and can be solved by thoroughly removing the build-up inside the faucet. Although a sluggish water pressure can be a symptom of a bigger problem. In this cases, Plumbers 911 Montana can assess the systems and put everything in tip-top shape. Deterioration and corrosion Taps deteriorate with constant use. Major segments inside the faucet can start to corrode and grow rust. They can be visibly seen outside, plus the water coming out can be tarnished with rust. This greatly affects the quality and tolerability of your water supply. Corrosion can be a major problem if the faucet has aged over time.
Recent designs however have become more and more complex that installation has also become more troublesome. Though faucet installation is somewhat the same process, recent technological advancement in various components have made them susceptible to the wear and tear of everyday use.These fixtures can also be affected by some common problems. When a faucet has been put up, performance might be troubled by leaks, squeaks, and other problems.

How to Check for Leaks – Tips from Your Professional Plumber in Montana 

Water leaks are often the most common problem with faucets. They are a nuisance especially with the water bill getting unusually high. For the most part, it might be simple to spot a water leak because you can visibly see the water running off the faucet or it does not shut off all the way. You may also additionally notice this when the water usage is greater than average for less noticeable faucet leaks that may be draining water. Check the spout. This is where faucet leaks are most evident and noticeable. The faucet begins dripping and you may observe that the handle may need to be turned off a little tighter each time you turn the faucet off. A small dribble will get bad overtime and ultimately add up to your water bill. To check if your faucet is wasting water, you can put a paper towel or a small container just in the right position and check back later if the paper towel is wet or the container has water in it. Check the base of the faucet. This may not be noticeable since most people leave water marks when they turn off the faucet. A leak at the base of the faucet will only be noticeable if the water is turned on and there is a constant stream of water at the base. To test if this can be the possible problem, you have to dry up the area around the base and turn the faucet handles on. When there is visible water around the faucet handle or at the top of the sink, that signifies that there is a possible leak at the base of the faucet. This is typically caused by the O-ring or the stem cartridge. Check under the sink. Most people don’t usually check under the sink until the problem persists and this can be the hardest to notice. It would be much better to check for problems under the sink before it becomes a major complication and causes damage on the vanity or the bathroom floor. To check if this is where the problem lies, you can start by thoroughly drying everything off with a piece of towel or cloth. Then you can run water to see where the source of the leak is coming from. Sometimes you have to turn the faucet all the way before a leak appears and you have to check both the hot and cold water sources. Occasionally, the leak can be very small and hard to recognize. In cases like this, you need to leave a dry paper towel at the base of the sink and then check back afterwards for water marks on the towels. Additionally, it can cause so much more than the usual high bills, it wastes such a good deal of the needed water supply. Plumbers 911 can help make your life easy for you with quality plumbing service you need.  No need to put on those gloves and get wet when we can take care of your problem. If you are around Montana area, we can help!

To all our friends and customers regarding COVID-19

We will get through this together To say we are living in “unprecedented” challenging times would be an understatement. We hope this finds you and your family safe and healthy. We would like to list a few pieces of information and websites that we think will be helpful for you during this time.

  • To get the most current information on the COVID-19 virus, please check the CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) website at: cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/communication/factsheets.html
  • icon showing hand under faucet with large water droplets falling on hand Please wash your hands frequently. Washing with soap and water for twenty seconds is the preferred method, however when water is not available, please use an alcohol based hand sanitizer containing at least 60% alcohol.
  • icon of person covering mouth while coughing and a border separating from displeased person close by Practice social distancing by staying at least six feet away from another person.
  • For those of you with children that are looking for something fun to do, there are virtual field trips you can take with your kids that are fun and educational. Here is a link: https://artsandculture.google.com/partner

Plumbers are considered essential workers during this time and we will continue to work as our number one priority is to “protect the health of the nation.” Stay well, stay safe and we will get through this together.

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