Faucet Repair
Faucet Repair & Replacement

Do you have a leaky faucet that is driving you crazy?

Whether you want us to repair your existing faucet or replace with a new one, our plumbers can handle either quickly and professionally.

We are A+ rated by the Better Business Bureau and were voted “Favorite” plumbing company by the San Bernardino Sun readers. We have been in business for more than 36 years and are family-owned and operated.

Leaky Faucet Repair

Leaking faucets are one of the most common plumbing problems we face daily. Even though it’s a common and seemingly small problem, it could be costing you money each month on your water bill and continuing to get worse with time. There are multiple reasons why you may be encountering a leaking faucet. It could be caused by dried out seals or washers, corrosion, deposit buildup, or even mechanical wear and tear.

Faucet Replacement

We often get called out to a resident’s house to replace a faucet they bought elsewhere.  With time, styles change, or sometimes a repair can’t fix the problem at hand. A faucet replacement can add a new look or even help with water costs each month depending on which style you choose.

A faucet may seem simple and easy to do yourself; however, making the issue worse could lead to higher costs and extensive damage. We can help you with all of your faucet repairs and replacements promptly at a price that won’t break the bank!


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There are several reasons why a faucet may drip, but the main reasons are a corroded valve seat, a problem with the O ring, worn out washer, or improper installation.
A worn out or faulty washers are one of the main causes of a bathtub faucet leak. A few other reasons you may experience this issue are loose handles or hard water buildup.
It is difficult for us to provide a price range until we learn more about your situation and where in the house we are replacing the faucet at. There are different types of faucets, and each case is different. A kitchen faucet or a bathroom faucet may be less expensive for us to install compared to a shower faucet. It is best to give us a call at (909) 883-8827 so we may better understand your specifics.
If you turn your faucet off and it still runs, then there probably is a problem with the cartridge component or a faulty stem. When the internal parts become worn, it causes the faucet to run even when it’s shut off.
In some cases, you may be able to replace the faucet on your own. Some people take comfort that a professional plumber installed the faucet.