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The faucets in your bathroom and kitchen are used every single day, and even though they are designed to take a lot of abuse, eventually they will start breaking down. Even a small faucet leak can end up causing a lot of water damage, so it is important to enlist the help of a licensed plumber and have them repaired as soon as you notice any signs of a leak, or other problem.
Signs of a Faucet Leak
If you have a faucet leak in your bathroom or your kitchen, you will likely notice signs to let you know it’s time to call a plumber. Depending on where in the faucet the leak originates,
you may see water dripping from the nozzle even when it is turned off securely, or you may see water pooling around the base of the faucets, on the counter or vanity. In some cases, water can end up leaking underneath the sink, leading to mold growth and rotted wood before you realize there is a problem.
The Need for Timely Plumbing Repair
Even the most innocent-looking drip can amount to hundreds of gallons of lost water every year. Dripping faucets are nothing new, but if you don’t take quick action to have them repaired, you’ll be shelling out a lot more than you want to on your water bills. As mentioned above, mold and mildew are also by-products of leaking faucets that are allowed to carry on without quick repairs. Having mold in your bathroom or kitchen can create health issues for some members of your family, so it’s important to get these smaller issues addressed before they have a chance to turn into big issues.
Can You Try DIY Faucet Repair?
Many homeowners love to tinker with faucets and other fixtures when they need repairs, and while changing a washer or gasket can usually be handled by a skilled DIYer, most repairs should be left to professionals. As a homeowner, you don’t have the same kind of experience, tools or troubleshooting ability of a licensed plumber. When a plumber gets to work on your faucets, you’ll have peace of mind knowing the repairs will last.