Your plumbing is a useful, expensive, and complicated system that makes your life comfortable and hygienic. There are meters of pipes and lines under your home and running through the floors and walls, but the part that people see and interact with the most are the faucets. 

Water faucets in your bathroom, kitchen, laundry room, or bedroom shower see plenty of daily use, with the accompanying wear and tear that comes with constant handling. When choosing a faucet, you want to take into account the durability that is needed as well as the look you want for different areas of your home.

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We provide comprehensive services for faucets:

  • Faucet Installation
  • Faucet Repair
  • Faucet Replacement

Contact us today with all of your faucet-related service needs!

What types of faucets do you work with? 

There are four main types of faucets found in most homes. Let’s take a quick look at these three faucet types. 

Compression faucets

Compression faucets are the most common type of faucet found in homes. They are usually found in the kitchen and bathroom and are recognizable by their two handles. They work by using a rubber washer that is compressed when the handles are turned, creating a seal. This seal is essential in order to prevent water from leaking out of the faucet. These types of faucets are usually quite inexpensive. 

Ball faucets

Ball faucets are a popular choice for many homeowners due to their easy installation and low maintenance. They have a single handle that controls both the water temperature and flow rate, making them incredibly convenient to use. The handle is connected to a ball-shaped valve, hence the name. 

Disc faucets 

Disc faucets are a new advancement in faucet technology that is becoming increasingly popular due to their efficiency and ease of use. The ball-shaped valve is connected to a single handle, which is used to control the flow of water. With its sleek and modern design, this new faucet type matches almost any decor. 

Cartridge faucets

Cartridge faucets are a popular choice for many homeowners due to their ease of use and convenience. They feature a single handle that controls both the temperature and the water pressure, allowing you to easily adjust the flow of water. This type of faucet looks similar to the disc faucet. 

Each kind of faucet has moving parts, so combined with the constant flow of water moving through them, they can break down over time. Our licensed plumbers can help you deal with the different problems that can crop up with any type of faucet!

What problems can faucets have? 


One of the major problems that many faucets have over time is corrosion. Corrosion can be caused by a variety of factors, including exposure to harsh chemicals, poor water quality, and even the natural minerals found in water. Corrosion can cause a faucet to become discolored, pitted, and even corroded over time. This is due to the chemical reaction that occurs between the metal and the water, which can cause the metal to break down and become weak. Corrosion can also cause the water to become contaminated, as the metal can leach into the water supply, leading to a variety of health issues. For this reason, it is a good idea to keep your eye on your faucets and call a plumber if you see any discoloration. 


Another problem with faucets is leaks. Leaks are a common issue and can be caused by a variety of factors, such as wear and tear, corrosion, or a faulty seal. If you notice a leak coming from your faucet, you should take action as soon as possible. Not only can a leak be a nuisance, but it can also lead to a number of other problems if left unchecked. Leaks can cause water damage to your walls, floors, and ceilings, leading to costly repairs. In addition, a leak can cause mold and mildew to form, which can be hazardous to your health and make your home environment smelly and uncomfortable. 

Loss of pressure

Loss of water pressure is another common problem. You might turn on your bathroom faucet one day and notice only a trickle coming out. This is usually caused by a build up of sediment and dirt in the pipes, which can be difficult to remove. In some cases, the problem may be caused by a blockage in the pipes, which can be caused by tree roots, corrosion, or even a buildup of debris over time. Tree roots are especially problematic when it comes to plumbing blockages, as they can grow into the pipes and cause a disruption in the flow of water. Our professional plumbers can find the cause of your loss of pressure. 

Call the experts!

If you notice warning signs with your plumbing or you just want the peace of mind that comes with an inspection by plumbing company professionals, give us a call or send us an email today! We can give you the solutions to many common plumbing issues, or just information about our services. We can also help with installations, repairs, and replacements.