Leaking Faucet Repair Plumber Seattle
Kitchen Faucet Repair & Bathroom Sink Faucet Repair
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We’ve been there. You’re slowly drifting off to dreamland, and that dripping faucet noise turns into the clink of money rolling down the drain. Time to pinch yourself and call Rush Plumbing for a leaky faucet repair, because that dream is real.
A leaking bathroom or kitchen faucet can slowly drain hundreds of gallons of water; stop paying and call our leaking faucet repair plumbers today to get it fixed right the first time.
According to the EPA, “A faucet leaking at the rate of one drip per second typically wastes 250 gallons of water in a single month or 3,000 gallons a year.”
Sometimes, the faucet leaks you don’t notice can do the most damage. Undiscovered leaks can cause rotted wood, mold growth, contamination, or electrical issues.
Rush Plumbing of Seattle faucet repair service specialists will perform a methodical camera inspection of the fixture as well as the pipes leaving your home or business to create a rock-solid plan that fits your unique situation and budget. Some common methods we use are checking the compression between the washer and “seat” that seals the opening. We’ll also inspect and replace any corroded or worn out parts. If a replacement is needed, we’ll compare the repair costs of the kitchen faucet with the purchase and installation of a new one to guide you towards the optimal solution.
Whatever kitchen faucet repair solution is right for your home or business, we are standing by with tried-and-true processes, tools, and technology to get the job done right the first time. From the moment you book your appointment, our experienced team of water, sewer, and commercial plumbing specialists work bell-to-bell to fix your plumbing issues and make you feel like you’re our only customer.
What are the benefits of having your leaky kitchen faucet repaired or replaced?
- Save time and money with trustworthy specialists
- Stop wasting water
- Lower your bill
- New, long-lasting, and reliable kitchen or bathroom faucet
First, our technician will perform a visual inspection. The inspection will help to determine the root problem with your faucet and identify how to efficiently fix the issue in a cost-effective way that best suits your needs. The inspection includes looking at surrounding areas to catch other potential problems early, which could save you from additional problems (and save you money) down the road.
Fixing the Leaky Kitchen Faucet
Once the inspection process is completed, an efficient plan is created that matches your situation and budget. We find the perfect solution by comparing and contrasting costs of replacing part or the whole faucet. Once a solid plan is in place, Rush Plumbing will source and install the materials, working closely with you as we complete the project from start to finish.
How to tell if I have a leaky kitchen faucet?
There are many signs that point to a leak. First, keep an eye on your water bills to notice if your water usage has increased. Another sign of a leak may be that your water pressure has decreased more than usual. In addition, visual inspection is key, such as taking note of wetness, mold, and moisture. Give us a call if you notice any of these indicators of a leaking pipe.