Don’t let a leaky faucet spoil your kitchen or bathroom; call Max’s Fix-it 24/7. Our expert technicians are available to repair your faucet, so give us a call today, and we’ll handle the rest.
Why Max's Fix-it 24/7 for Faucet Repair Services
Although it may seem minor, a leaky faucet can cause more severe issues in the future. At Max’s Fix-it 24/7, we make it our mission to handle all your issues, so you don’t have to. Our technicians are available 24 hours a day, including weekends and holidays, to assist with any faucet repairs. Here are the guarantees that back our jobs:
Faucet Repair Services
Call Fix-it 24/7 today to make sure your home is in working order. We are a family-owned, full-service HVAC and plumbing company that provides the following services:
- Faucet Installation, Maintenance, and Repair
- Kitchen and Bathroom Sink Installation
- Plumbing Inspection, Maintenance, and Repair
- Toilet Repair, Installation, and Replacement
- Preventative Leak Services
- Leak Detection
Faucet Types We Repair
We repair many faucets, regardless of their make and model. Our expert technicians have experience with all faucet types, and we’ll fix or replace any faucet you have.
Touch-A touch faucet uses sensors to activate water flow, allowing for water flow with simple touch or manual modes. Their only drawback is their cost when compared to other faucet types, but they are very convenient and easy to use.
Ball-A single-handle faucet that is identified by the ball cap on the faucet spout. A single handle moves side to side to control temperature and lifts to control water flow. Ball faucets are prone to leaks, so it’s important to check them periodically.
Disc- A single lever with a cylindrical body, this faucet uses two ceramic discs to control water temperature. These faucets are very reliable due to their design but can be very difficult to repair on your own.
Cartridge-Cartridge faucets use a plastic piece to control water flow. Their design makes them quite reliable and they require little maintenance. Eventually, the cartridge will wear out, leading to leaks.
Compression-Similar in look to a cartridge faucet, a compression faucet features two handles that control temperature. A rubber washer forms a seal to shut off the water and is raised when you want the water to flow again. Compression faucets are among the oldest faucets available and are cheap and easy to repair. Unfortunately, they are prone to leaking and can wear out quickly.
Checking a Leaky Faucet
Before you replace your faucet, you want to identify the source of your leak. Here are a few ways to help you locate the culprit.
Watch the water bills and keep an eye out for any changes. Even small leaks can lead to as much as 10,000 gallons of water wasted every year. So keep a close eye on your water bill and compare it against your previous month to avoid paying for excess water.
Vibrant and green grass is generally positive, but if one area of your home is much greener than another then it can indicate an area where water is leaking. Excessive water can create issues for your plumbing system and will require a plumber’s attention.
Check cabinets, cupboards, sinks, and laundry to ensure that everything is dry. If you want to be thorough, run your appliances and then check for any excess water. If you notice any puddles or water, turn off your water and call a plumber.
Wall discoloration is a sign that water is leaking behind the drywall and soaking through. Water stains are usually yellowish or brown in color and are a clear indicator that there is a leak in your home.
Mold will grow in the presence of moisture, especially in a humid environment. If you notice an off smell in your home with the presence of black spots, call a professional immediately.
Consider a Leak Detector
A leak detection system monitors the flow of water through a pipeline. If abnormal water flow is detected, the system cuts off water flow to prevent excess damage. Consider installing a leak detector to help notify you in the event of a leak in your home.
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Your faucet is usually leaking due to a worn-out washer. Through consistent use, the washer will begin to wear down due to friction. Dripping results from water leaking through the deteriorating seal of the washer. This is a common problem, but it can also be a sign of deeper underlying issues in your home, so call a plumber to help you diagnose the problem.
Yes, our technicians are available 24 hours a day to help with faucet repair or any plumbing issues you have.
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