Sometimes, repairing your faucet just won't cut it. It could be time for a replacement. But how do you know when it's time to call it quits? Our team at The Plumber Guy will be happy to assess your current kitchen or bathroom faucet and provide you with the helpful advice you need to determine whether repairs will be sufficient, or if a total replacement is in order. If your faucet was an expensive investment or a custom piece, or if it is fairly new, repairing it is probably all that is necessary.
Typically, the average faucet lasts about a decade. However, you could start to see signs of deterioration around the eight-year mark. It may be time to replace instead of fix if:
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