Faucet, Fixture & Sink Plumbing Services
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How can hard water affect the quality of your faucet?
Untreated hard water is high in mineral content, such as calcium and magnesium. This can create negative effects on the quality of your home’s faucets and fixtures. Over time, the minerals in hard water can build up in your faucet and decrease the normal flow of water.
A greenish tinge on your faucet can also be the result of hard water. The greenish or whitish tint comes from the mineral content in the water. This is the type of mineral buildup that can lead to a corroded faucet.
Corrosion can occur in your faucet if the minerals and buildup are not removed in a timely manner. Corrosion slowly eats away at your faucet and can result in holes appearing throughout the unit.
When is it necessary to repair or replace your fixtures?
Faucets and sinks can give homeowners an array of different issues. Faucets can become corroded from mineral buildup and will need repair to stop leaks and prevent future leaks from occurring. The O-ring in the faucet can become worn over a period of time and will also need to be replaced.
Slow draining sinks and sinks that leak are often issues a homeowner will experience at some point in time. It is best to call a professional when your sink is giving you problems so that the issue can be pinpointed and quickly resolved. Sinks that drain too slowly are being affected by mineral buildup in the pipes, or it can be the result of other plumbing issues. Leaking sinks are often the result of a hole somewhere within the sink, but this is not always the case.
It is often not necessary to replace your faucet or sink unless you are constantly making repairs. Once repairs on these fixtures become frequent and costly, you will save money in the long run to invest in new fixtures.
What are easy tips to avoid leaks in the future?
One of the easiest ways to help prevent faucet leaks from occurring in the future is to clean them regularly. Cleaning a faucet regularly makes it hard for mineral buildup to occur. As long as there is minimal buildup, you will avoid corrosion and unnecessary wear on the faucet.
Faucets may leak due to the handle malfunctioning and not allowing the faucet to be completely turned off. This is the result of small washers within the faucet giving out. The handle on faucets can easily wear out if used regularly because every time the faucet is turned on or off it puts different pressure on the washers within the faucet. It is important to avoid slamming the handle up or down to turn the faucet on or off. Avoiding being rough with the handle can preserve the lifespan of the handle significantly.
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