No Drips. No Drops.
Don’t let a dripping faucet keep you up at night.
Ongoing faucet and sink problems can lead to mold growth and damage to your vanity and walls.
Many older homes have beautiful, original sinks and faucets. Unfortunately, age, wear and poor maintenance can result in deterioration and leaks in your older sink or faucet. Original sinks and faucets can make a kitchen or bath look dated and unappealing.
Even owners of newer homes can discover the drawbacks to attempting to cut costs by installing lower-quality sinks and faucets when these plumbing fixtures fail prematurely. Those small leaks and drips can add up to a big expense over time. A faucet that drips 3 times per minute wastes more than 12 gallons of water per month, or almost 160 gallons a year. Don’t let a leaky faucet or sink continue to waste money.