Drain Cleaning & Faucet Replacement / Repair

Thinking of Replacing a Faucet?  Why Should You Call a Pro?

A professional plumber will typically follow these steps to replace a faucet:

  • Turn off the water supply to the faucet using the valves under the sink or the main shut-off valve for the house.
  • Use pliers to loosen and remove the handle from the faucet.
  • Use an adjustable wrench to remove the nuts and washers that hold the faucet in place.
  • Carefully lift the old faucet out of the sink.
  • Clean the sink and surrounding area to ensure a proper seal for the new faucet.
  • Place the new faucet into the sink and secure it with the nuts and washers.
  • Reattach the handle to the faucet.
  • Turn the water supply back on and test the new faucet for leaks.