If you have a broken faucet, you can count on us to replace it for you.
Compared to plumbing issues like a blocked pipe or backed-up toilet, a leaky faucet may seem to be a fairly harmless problem. While it’s true that a leaky faucet doesn’t cause as much immediate or visible harm as more severe problems, a malfunctioning faucet is not something to ignore, either. Even a small leak can waste as much as five gallons of water per day, which amounts to 2,082 gallons a year. That much water will definitely show up on your water bills. Luckily, you can turn to our team at Benjamin Franklin Plumbing in Southern Pines to address any issues with your faucets.
Faucet issues can include broken knobs or handles or issues with your seals, in addition to leaks. Depending on the nature and severity of the problem, some faucet issues can be fixed with a simple repair, while others may necessitate a faucet replacement. To determine if faucet replacement is the best solution to your problem, you can call our team for a professional assessment. Whether your faucet can be repaired or if it needs to be replaced, our team of experts will handle it and have your sink up and running in short order.
We are also happy to help with a faucet replacement as part of a remodeling project. Many choose to swap out old faucets for newer models that are more suited to their needs–like switching a standard kitchen faucet for one with a pull-out hose–or just one that is more in line with their design sensibilities. Whatever the reason, our team is proud to offer our services to the Pinehurst, North Carolina area, and can get a new faucet installed for you with a minimum of stress. Call us today if you are considering replacing your faucets.
At Benjamin Franklin Plumbing in Southern Pines, we offer faucet replacement services in Aberdeen, Broadway, Cameron, Carthage, Fayetteville, Foxfire, Jackson Springs, Laurinburg, Lemon Springs, Pinebluff, Pinehurst, Raeford, Robbins, Sanford, Seven Lakes, Southern Pines, Spring Lake, Vass, West End, and Whispering Pines, North Carolina.