The constant drip of a leaky faucet is not only annoying, but it can also add hundreds of dollars to your water bill over the course of a year. The professionals at Swan Plumbing, Heating, and Air want to help you stop the leaks for good. Our plumbing experts will diagnose the problem and either repair or replace your existing faucet.
Repairing or upgrading the faucets in your kitchen, bath, or laundry room is a great way to improve the visual appeal of the room and even increase the value of your home. A new faucet in a modern finish can instantly take your bathroom from the 1980s to today. Of course, you get the most value for your money when you choose to have high-quality fixtures installed by a trusted plumbing contractor.
Reliable Denver Faucet Services by Master Plumbers
Repairing or replacing a worn or leaky faucet may seem like a simple DIY project. Unfortunately, it can be difficult to tell the true extent of the problem until you are already knee-deep into the project.
Many homeowners find themselves in over their heads or lacking the proper tools to finish the job properly. This can lead to additional expense and frustration.
By hiring a professional, you can be assured that you will get the services of someone with the expertise and equipment to get the job done right the first time.
Fast Faucet Repair in Denver, CO
Not all faucet problems require a new fixture. A simple issue like a small leak can usually be repaired. We will examine your existing faucet and plumbing to find the source of the problem. We will let you know if the fixture can be repaired or if it must be replaced as well as the anticipated cost. We realize that being without a kitchen or bathroom faucet is extremely inconvenient. That is why we try to complete all repairs as soon as possible. In most cases, repairs are completed the same day, so you can get your household back to normal.
Replacing a Bathroom or Kitchen Faucet
In some situations, it may not be feasible to repair your existing faucet. This typically is the case when the faucet has cracked valves or is so worn that it simply does not function anymore. In this case, we will recommend that you install a new fixture. We also do faucet installations for kitchen and bathroom remodels.
Choosing the Right Type of Faucet Replacement
Choosing the right bathroom or kitchen faucet can be confusing. Your local hardware store probably has several aisles devoted to faucets in a variety of styles, finishes, and price points. The following are a few important factors to consider when selecting a new faucet for your home:
- Don’t skimp on quality. A well-made bathroom faucet will run at least $65, and a kitchen faucet will cost approximately $100. If you pay less, you will likely sacrifice durability and reliability. If you pay more, you are paying for style and extra features instead of basic function.
- Remember to consider spout reach and height. If the faucet reach is too short, you may end up splashing water behind the spout or not reach all of the compartments of the kitchen sink. If the spout is too tall, it may not fit under the shelving above your sink.
- Faucets with ceramic valves are less prone to drips and leaks than other types of faucets. In most cases, the cost is about the same.
- Single-handle faucets are the most convenient. There is only one handle to clean, and it is easier to adjust the water temperature.
- Select a finish that coordinates with the rest of the hardware in the room. The most popular faucet finishes are chrome, bronze, or nickel. Chrome is the most durable and the easiest to clean. Bronze and nickel are both less durable and more prone to water spots and fingerprints.
- Don’t forget to count the holes in your sink. Most sinks have a hole under the spout and separate holes for the cold and hot handles. If you are purchasing a single handle faucet, make sure there is a cover plate to cover the extra holes. If your current faucet has two handles that are spread apart, you won’t be able to convert to a single-handle faucet.
- Pull-down sprayers are more reliable than side-mounted sprayers. If you switch from a side-mounted to a pull-down sprayer, you will be left with an empty sprayer hole. You can fill the hole by adding a soap dispenser.
Faucet Brands We Repair, Install & Replace
- American Standard
- Kingston Brass
- Whitehaus Collection
- Design House
- Halsey Taylor
- Central Brass
- Homewerks Worldwide
- T&S Brass
- Water Creation
- LDR Industries
- Chicago Faucets
- Glacier Bay
- Ultra Faucets
- Belle Foret
- Yosemite Home Decor
- KISSLER & CO