If your water pressure has seemed to drop — it might be a problem with your faucet. A buildup of mineral deposit can cause water pressure to drop. If you have a modern faucet, you should be able to take it apart and do a deep clean, if not — it might be time for a replacement.
Rust is something that works its way from the inside out! So if you are noticing a ton of rust on the outside — you’ll find it inside too. A rust build up can affect your water quality, and if you are noticing a significant rust issue, your best bet will be to can the old faucet and look for something new.
One of the most common causes of faucet woes, and is the leading cause of faucet change is a leak. Though a new faucet might seem like the best answer — sometimes it’s not the only option. A lousy o-ring or part that might just need a hardware store visit and part replacement.
Though it might seem like an easy job, installing a fixture on your own without the proper tools or full knowledge of instructions can cause it to fail. All the above issue could be the cause of this. If you feel like your fixture might be malfunctioning due to a faulty installation — it might be time for something new.
If you’re looking for satisfaction guaranteed service for your plumbing, you’ll appreciate the dedication to quality workmanship, rapid same-day appointments, and great value you receive from Scott Hale Plumbing. Request service or call today: (801) 559-7971.