Faucet Replacement and Repair – Chicago & Suburbs – Free Estimates
Being plumbers, we’re not often in the business of glamour. Many of the items we install are either underground, inside of a wall, or hidden away in a dark corner or closet. But once in a while, we get to install something that sits out in the open for everyone to see – a faucet.
Faucets – The Jewelry of Kitchens and Baths.
A faucet is something you can actually show off to your neighbors. Today’s models come in a wide variety of designs, and you can choose one of several types of finish, including chrome or brushed nickel. And to top off their incredibly handsome looks, today’s faucets offer unmatched functionality and water efficiency.
The Scottish Plumber offers faucet repair, faucet installation, and faucet replacement services for any type of faucet one can find in a home or business. From kitchen faucets to bathroom faucets, laundry faucets, shower faucets, and outside spigots – we can handle them all.
If you need additional information, or would like a free estimate for any type of faucet work, give us a call today, or contact us here. One of our friendly technicians can help find the option that’s right for you and install it at your convenience. And if you already have a faucet that you need installed, we can do that as well.
Low Water Pressure in One Faucet?
Are you experiencing low water pressure, but in only one or two faucets? The problem could be a clogged aerator. An aerator is a small strainer which helps disperse the water flow from the faucet. This aerator sometimes gets clogged with calcium and other deposits from your water pipes. Luckily, this is something you can easily take care of yourself. To make things a bit easier for you, we put together this short video:
Water Conservation at The Faucet
Water conservation has been on our minds lately. This most valuable of resources is becoming increasingly scarce. But the benefits of conservation are not limited to the environment or the well-being of the world’s population. They can also impact your wallet.
A great option for conserving water at home at the faucet level is to install a low-flow showerhead, and low-flow aerators on all of your faucets (faucets manufactured after 1994 already have these installed.) A low-flow aerator can reduce water use in a faucet by more than 50%, while a low-flow shower head can save three times as much water as a regular one. These small and inexpensive improvements can save the average homeowner thousands of gallons of water each and every year.