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Install / Repair Faucets

A leaky faucet can be a symptom of a bigger plumbing issue. Many homeowners deal with the effects of hard water on their plumbing and faucets. Over time, hard water can cause a buildup of limescale, which looks like a white chalky substance on your faucets, plumbing fixtures, and even around sink drains. This is more than just a cosmetic issue – this buildup also occurs on the inside of your pipes and can affect the water pressure of your faucets for bathroom sinks and faucets for kitchen sinks over time, decreasing the overall efficiency of your plumbing systems.

Beyond limescale, faucets, fixtures, and pipes can corrode, collect build up, and become outdated in efficiency, appearance, and personal taste. Maintenance of your plumbing systems can help extend the life of these plumbing fixtures or we are happy to replace and update if that's your preference or if that's what's needed.

Call us at (865) 351-0241 or request an appointment online to get started today.