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Our faucets are one of the many pieces of installations we take for granted over time.
Though they do not pose a big problem to us as they can be replaced anytime, faucets are one of the most important installations we have in our house. It provides us with the needed water supply we have to make life more convenient.
Top Faucet Problems from Local Montana Residents
Most faucet problems can be accounted for during the initial installation. Trying to do the setting up of a new faucet can be well and good if you were able to go by the process with the installation guide. However, if you just tried to fit it like a jigsaw puzzle, you could eventually miss something which could probably be a big problem in the long run.
Leaks are the most common problem with faucets. It is often the most visible problem that one can see to determine if there is an issue. Leaks can originate from various areas including from the aerator, to base of the spout or the underside of the handle. Repairing leaks can be quite simple and easy. Most of the time, they can be mended with faucet repair parts such as the O-ring
which can be damaged quickly.
Sluggish water pressure
Unusual drops in water pressure is also a common problem. Most of the time, this can be caused by an increase of mineral deposits inside the faucet system called lime-scale. Lime-scale problems are more common in houses with hard water supply and can be solved by thoroughly removing the build-up inside the faucet. Although a sluggish water pressure can be a symptom of a bigger problem. In this cases, Plumbers 911 Montana can assess the systems and put everything in tip-top shape.
Deterioration and corrosion
Taps deteriorate with constant use. Major segments inside the faucet can start to corrode and grow rust. They can be visibly seen outside, plus the water coming out can be tarnished with rust. This greatly affects the quality and tolerability of your water supply. Corrosion can be a major problem if the faucet has aged over time.