If you’ve got a leaky faucet and you’re looking for the best plumber in your area, then make sure you hire me. While you might think you know how to fix a leaky faucet, an amateur effort could have disastrous knock-on effects for your other plumbing fixtures.
The toughest part of replacing a kitchen faucet is removing the old one. Unexpected problems always pop up—corroded pipes, difficult-to-reach nuts and poor access to fittings. Otherwise, installing a new kitchen faucet isn’t tough at all. Actually, the directions that come with your new faucet are probably all you’ll need to do that part of the job. Barring unforeseen problems, you could be washing up under the faucet in an hour or so. In this article walk you through a basic replacement process and tell you how to get through those tough parts.