When Is It Necessary to Replace my Faucet?

March 29, 2017

Faucet and sink fixtures are a staple to keeping a household functioning. Faucet and sink fixtures are used every single day in the kitchen for tasks such as washing dishes and hands, and in the bathroom for brushing teeth or washing faces.

 

When a faucet or sink fixture is not working, it can put a complete halt on the everyday tasks necessary in a home. It is important to know and understand why and when to replace faucet or sink fixtures.

 

There are a couple different instances that it is necessary to replace the faucet in your home's kitchen or bathroom.

 

Faucets are used everyday and can suffer from wear and tear over a length of time. Instances from wear and tear that lead to faucet replacement include leaks, broken nozzles, broken O-ring and broken seals.

 

What Are Signs Of Faucet Damage?

 

Faucet damage can come in several different forms. One of the first signs of damage to a faucet is if the faucet is corrosion. Corrosion on a faucet can result from water deposits and minerals not being cleaned off.

 

Corrosion can eventually happen to all faucets, but if the faucet is not kept clean, it can lead to small holes throughout the fixture. Another sign of a damaged faucet is if the faucet is allowing water through even though the faucet is turned off. Leaks can come from broken nozzles or broken seals for instance.

 

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