Faucet Repair for Utah Homes
Few things around the home are more frustrating than the constant drip of a leaky faucet. A slow drip is also one of the trickiest ways to unnecessarily raise your water bill. When you start to hear the dreaded drip, it’s time to repair your faucet. But if you’ve ever tried to fix a leaky faucet on your own, you probably know that it isn’t always as easy as you’d think. Without plumbing knowledge, faucet repair can be difficult or downright impossible – not to mention time consuming. Instead of taking a wrench to your bathroom or kitchen faucet, give Thornton Plumbing and Heating a call for prompt faucet repair in Utah.
Worn out gaskets, loose O rings, and corrosion are all common causes of a leaky faucet. Without specialized knowledge of these components, it is difficult for homeowners to diagnose and resolve the issue. Thornton Plumbing and Heating’s team has extensive plumbing knowledge that allows us to make quick work of any faucet repair job. If you don’t want to spend hours under your kitchen sink trying to troubleshoot your leaky faucet, we’re here to help.
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New Faucet Installations
Are you interested in installing a new faucet during your remodel, or are you replacing a worn-out faucet that’s got to go? Manufacturers claim anyone can install their faucets, but they forget to mention that it may be an hours-long undertaking for the average homeowner. Make things easier on yourself by hiring an experienced Utah plumbing company to handle the installation.
The great thing about the many kitchen and bathroom faucets on the market is that they can be easily swapped out without completely overhauling your home’s plumbing. This means you can switch up the look and functionality of your faucets without great expense. Want to update your bathroom or kitchen in a matter of hours? Enlist Thornton Plumbing and Heating to install your new faucets.
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